Schumacher welcomes spring with the release of a beautiful print from their archives as part of the Signature Schumacher collection. This lively and romantic Cranley Garden wallcovering features flowers and birds has been in the archives for so long that its history has been lost to time. Likely based on an English document, this pattern is so beloved that Schumacher thought it time to revive it with new colors. Stop by the Schumacher showroom to grab a memo of Cranley Garden in its original, pink, or blue colorways!
We are excited to announce that Hinson has joined The House of Scalamandré family, and is now available to shop!
Founded in 1972 by Harry Hinson, the collection specializes in hand-screened wallcoverings as well as printed and woven fabrics. Often inspired by historical patterns or documents, each design has a timeless and classic aesthetic, translated into livable designs for today’s home. Alongside the beautiful Hinson textiles will be Hansen Lighting, an iconic lighting line and staple among many designers over the past half century.
Hinson’s renowned designs will continue to be enjoyed and celebrated for years to come through The House of Scalamandré. Shop the Hinson line, available at your Scalamandré showroom this April!
Offering a sophisticated assortment of fabric and wallcovering that truly captures the charm of the American south, this collection evokes a fresh traditional aesthetic, ranging from small-scale motifs and go-with coordinates, and anchored with large scale prints.
With the KingsHaven Workroom trade program, interior designers, architects, and anyone in the business of lighting clients’ spaces, can collaborate with KingsHaven’s product design team to bring their detailed project visions to life.
To shed light about the Workroom program, we sat down with KingsHaven founder, CEO and lead product designer Lauren Wylonis to share her take about why and how it simplifies lighting design and budgets for the company’s trade clients.
Q. What was the initial thought that sparked the creation of the KingsHaven Workroom?
Lauren Wylonis: The initial idea, along with the inception of the KingsHaven brand, began some time ago when I was working on various residential design, redesign and restoration projects. After searching lighting designers and retailers far and wide, I could not find the ideal lighting I needed for several significant projects. I was looking for light fixtures that were completely interesting and unique, detailed with an understanding of history, but transitional, or even modern in some cases. I sought handcrafted lighting with a timeless feel.
When I came up short in the marketplace, the experience led me to create our current KingsHaven lighting company that is operated and managed by designers for designers.
Q. What makes the KingsHaven Workroom different from other trade programs in the same segment?
Lauren Wylonis: The KingsHaven Workroom is rooted entirely in the collaboration between a designer, builder or architect and the KingsHaven Workroom team. Our ability to customize fixtures, from size and style to color and finish, is unparalleled. Our skilled staff goes above and beyond for each trade program partner. Each project begins with support for our trade client’s lighting selection, whether from our in-stock and ready-to-ship options or the need to create one-of-a-kind light fixtures. With the KingsHaven Workroom, the sky is the limit with creative customization.
Q. What are the most unique aspects of the KingsHaven Workroom’s trade pricing program?
Lauren Wylonis: KingsHaven’s Workroom offers access to the entire KingsHaven product catalog at exclusive trade pricing and discounts. With a free membership to KingsHaven’s Workroom, design-trade members can log-in and peruse many product selections at trade rates ranging from 30-to-60 percent off retail prices.
Because some projects require that one hard-to-find perfect light, and other jobs necessitate comprehensive lighting for entire homes or commercial spaces, we have decided there is no minimum purchase required. Any design professional can sign-up to become a KingsHaven Workroom partner and receive the trade discounts
KingsHaven Workroom Partners have access to the entire product catalog at competitive trade pricing, and they can customize any of our light fixtures or create something altogether brand new.
Q. Why should design and design-build professionals become members of the KingsHaven Workroom for their custom lighting needs?
Lauren Wylonis: The KingsHaven Workroom was created to be a one-stop-shop for those in the design trade looking to accomplish any lighting need or desire they might have while working on a project.
This involves the ability for designers to easily create custom orders. Or, we can even create the design lighting plans for them. Our staff works closely with our trade clients, which allows an easy means to track their orders from start to finish.
Our Workroom program offers virtual lighting design support through email, phone, Zoom, FaceTime, or Skype. We also offer prescheduled virtual or screen-sharing appointments and consultation sessions.
Q. What is involved with being qualified for the Workroom trade program?
Lauren Wylonis: KingsHaven Workroom membership only requires filling out an online registration form, where designers are asked to provide their company name, company website, location, resale number, resale expiration, and general information and verifications. Eligibility and terms and conditions about the program are easy to find and read on our website. Once eligibility is established, KingsHaven Workroom partners will receive membership discounts on full-price merchandise purchased online or in our showroom. For custom orders, pricing is determined based on the volume of product and the scope of work.
To learn more about the KingsHaven Workroom, visit the company’s lighting showroom in suite 402, or contact one of KingsHaven’s lighting designers at email@example.com or 844-546-4799.
Named after the iconic Commedia dell’arte character Harlequin, offers a rich range of colors. From a deep dark blue color to a bright amethyst, from a 2 light sconce to a 36 light chandelier, any piece will certainly bring colors to your interior.
About Bielecky Brothers:
For the past century, the Bielecky Brothers Family has set the standard of handcrafting the finest quality Rattan, Cane and Wicker furniture in America.
At their factory in Queens, New York, Bielecky Brothers employ an international group of highly skilled artisans who handcraft each piece of furniture from start to finish using only the highest grade of raw materials.
Based on late 19th century and early 20th century design, the Chawton Collection is comprised of 25 unique pieces. An exciting combination of contemporary and classic inspiration, the collection ranges from case goods to outdoor lighting and all that is in between. With a nod to the modular work of architect and designer Edward William Godwin, as well as to mid-century Japanese decoration, the offering includes decorative mirrors, furniture, and even a few of Vaughan’s signature pieces – reimagined.
Located in the heart of Hampshire, and only a stone’s throw away from Vaughan’s factory, Chawton is known for its ancient woodlands and chalky hills. Famous for being home to Jane Austen in the later years of her life, the village serves as a perfect metaphor for Vaughan’s new collection: showcasing the abundance of the natural world and honoring the products’ historical context too.
You are invited to visit the Vaughan D&D Showroom, Suite 1511 to see the Chawton Collection in person.
Reattu is a beautiful new pattern from the Clarence House Spring 2021 collection. Reattu is inspired by the aesthetic and vision of Christian Lacroix. After visiting the Reattu museum in Arles and browsing the exhibition of the world of Christian Lacroix, Kazumi was inspired by the unexpected mix of colors and textures, plus the strong impressions that he was left with and created the design for Reattu.
In the early 1980’s, Clarence House released Dragon Empress which quickly became a favorite and is still a best-selling design. Dragon Empress was successful in fine interiors internationally and in the world of high fashion. Christian Lacroix intentionally used the back side of Dragon Empress for an unexpected effect. Paying homage to this iconic design, Reattu celebrates both Christian Lacroix’s ingenuity and Dragon Empress’s beauty.