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Ressource House of Paints proudly introduces GESSO DI TURINO

Posted on May 11th, 2021


A waterproof plaster specially designed for bathrooms and kitchens.

Gesso di Turino is available in more than 1000 Ressource colors.

Contact Ressource for more information on the product, samples, or to schedule a meeting.





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New York, NY, 10022




The Top 3 Smart Home Features Your Clients Want

Posted on May 11th, 2021

Author: JoAnn Arcenal, Business Development Manager


With the increased amount of time spent at home over the past year, our clients have become hyperaware of what they like (or want) in their personal space. The home has become a sanctuary, so more and more people are investing in improving the experience.

It’s little wonder that the most in-demand new features address wellness and the work/life balance:

  1. Touchless technology
    Voice and touchless technologies were already poised to thrive in the residential technology market prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, they’re now on the fast track for adoption, as consumers spend more time in the safety of their homes.

While voice control has long been considered a convenience feature, there’s an increased demand for touchless control as a safety feature of the home. A recent Fortune Business Insights report reveals that the global speech and voice recognition market size stood at USD 6.9 Billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 28.3 Billion by 2026.

Contact-cautious homeowners are also looking for completely automated experiences in their homes. The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) most recent home design trends study found an increased interest in mudrooms or entryway “drop zones”– spaces to leave shoes, purses, backpacks, etc. These entry points can be outfitted with occupancy sensors to illuminate the space and nearest washroom, to encourage immediate hand washing with zero contact.

  1. Adapted work-from-home spaces
    Some of the work-from-home setups driven by the pandemic were makeshift at first, but now that they’re part of everyday life, there’s a need for a more elegant and permanent solution. In the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) 2020 Interior Design Resiliency Report, the top-ranked home feature was more defined workspaces, chosen by 75% of respondents.

The ideal home-office/classroom design also calls for technological enhancements, specifically infrastructure. There’s no question that most standard home networks were stretched to the limit during the pandemic with concurrent Zoom Rooms™ calls, demanding a more robust network.

Consumers have also called out the smaller infrastructure annoyances that became more apparent during the pandemic, such as the placement of power and data outlets. For example, in a recent Wall Street Journal article, one person quickly became irritated by the placement of electrical outlets in their apartment. “When I’d try to work from the dining room table, I’d find that I had to plug my laptop into the nearest safe socket: almost behind the refrigerator, at chest level,” creating a horizontal obstacle to constantly limbo underneath.

Homeowners are opting to embrace the new work environment and coordinating additional power and data receptacles with decorative keypads. The cohesive aesthetic accentuates the adapted space rather than suggest an “afterthought” addition.

  1. Distributed audio and video
    Audio and video content consumption soared in 2020, from an average of about 3 hours per day in 2019 to just under 7 hours per day in 2020, according to a report by Double Verify. With most of the globe under stay-at-home orders for much of the year, people working-from-home repurposed commuting hours by staying up later at night and waking up later in the morning to consume more entertainment.

According to Nielsen, streaming video accounted for 25% of total television viewing minutes, up from 19% in fourth quarter 2019. The cumulative weekly time spent with streaming video in second quarter 2019 was 142.5 billion minutes, an increase of nearly 75% from the 81.7 billion minutes during second quarter 2019.

Audio streaming has also been on the rise. Recent data from Comscore finds that U.S. households have increased their average daily audio streaming by almost one hour over the past 6 months.

These new behaviors, coupled with modular and adaptive homes, have created increased demand for higher quality distributed audio and video. Residents can move from one room to the next and bring their content with them without disruption.

Future-proof flexibility
Technology trends are ever-changing, so it’s more important than ever to prepare for what your clients’ need now and what they may want tomorrow. These are only a few of the features that have increased in popularity and should be considered a jumping off point towards the simplicity and convenience of true whole home integration.




Pavilion O, by Kettal Studio

Posted on May 10th, 2021

Pavilion O, by Kettal Studio


Kettal presents Pavilion O, a modular structure to reinvent the workplace.

Many companies have adapted to the increasingly unpredictable market by creating agile organizational structures. To be agile, they also need office structures that can be easily reconfigured to suit ever-changing requirements. Pavilion O is the ideal structure solution for these new work environments.


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Create Instant Ambience with Pigeon & Poodle’s Hurricanes

Posted on May 10th, 2021

Made Goods


Indoor/outdoor summer entertaining calls for beautiful mood lighting. Pigeon & Poodle’s new collection of hurricanes are inviting, bold, and outdoor-friendly

Discover the myriad of finishes from woven rattan to marbled resin at the Pigeon & Poodle shop in the Made Goods showroom, 3rd floor in suite 325.


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NEW from Suzanne Tucker Home

Posted on May 7th, 2021

NEW from Suzanne Tucker Home


Norah (shown here in the Delphinium color) is a detailed multi-colored botanical print on 100% linen. Much like its namesake preeminent society garden designer Norah Lindsay, renowned for being “a pioneer of the studied casual”, Norah exudes a spontaneous sophistication, its finely drawn pattern being elegant and chic, yet befitting a wide variety of design vocabularies.
Norah is available in 3 colorways.

Suzanne Tucker Home textiles are now represented at the Savel showroom (suite 1819)


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Chic Menswear Looks from Fabricut

Posted on May 7th, 2021

Fabricut Savile Row


Take a cue from men’s fashion with Fabricut’s Savile Row III Collection. This tailored and textured collection brings cozy, touchable fabrics together for a decadent experience. With herringbone tweeds, brushed flannel looks, houndstooths, pinstripes and plaids, this collection provides a rich base for furniture, bedding and drapery applications.

This handsome collection and Fabricut Furniture make a perfect pairing. A definitive favorite is the Doreen Swivel Chair paired with Gent in Ash. This combination – and a multitude of others – offers an enchanting accent for a warm, inviting interior.

Create timeless and fashionable designs that never go out of style with the stylish fabrics from the Savile Row III collection.


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Maharam Introduces a New Collection with Fashion Designer Sander Lak

Posted on May 6th, 2021

Maharam Introduces a New Collection with Fashion Designer Sander Lak



Maharam’s April introduction heralds a major collaboration with Sander Lak—a prolific fashion designer known for his ethereal subversions of proportion and material brought to life through color.

Emphasizing textural range, three solid wool upholsteries colored by Lak offer unique constructions in extensive palettes. This series is accompanied by a dynamic cross-dyed wool from the Maharam Design Studio, as well as a panel and woven wallcovering that pursue familiar geometry to modern effect.


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Designtex Introduces Drop 06 Upholstery Fabrics

Posted on May 6th, 2021

Designtex Introduces Drop 06 Upholstery Fabrics

Drop 06 is collection inspired by the performance materials of uniforms worn by heroes, both imagined and real. It consists of four performance upholstery fabrics: Standard, Velvet Corduroy, Glimmer and Nook.

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Wolf-Gordon | Curated Collection

Posted on May 5th, 2021

Wolf-Gordon-Curated Collection-Blooma by Ghislaine Viñas


Wolf-Gordon expands their Curated Collection of digitally printed artwork with the latest additions of 11 new creations from six artists. The Curated Collection allows interior designers to incorporate distinctive imagery from a select group of artists, with the added flexibility of various modification options including size, scale, coloring, and even printing substrate. The addition of these patterns rounds out the collection in a wonderfully eclectic way, with inspiration ranging from anime and street art to a bold, architectural abstract of a rural mountainscape.

“Blooma” by Ghislaine Viñas is a happy and confident pattern inspired by Swedish design that features a repetition of natural shapes with flowers and leaves depicted in a whimsical but sophisticated manner.