DALLAS – Luxury lighting, furniture and decorative accessories resource Arteriors is debuting its 2021 Core collection, filled with modern pieces that the company says have been designed to inspire.
Among the introductions is the Hamza chair, which retails for $3,380 and includes concentric layers of thick, palm gray rattan poles that frame the foundation. The rounded arms seamlessly flow into a tightly wrapped pencil rattan back that sits low. A mink leather cushion completes the seat.
Another standout piece from the collection is the Hector accent table, available for $520, with all-wood construction featuring arches on the tripod base. The company said the small stature and slender profile make this the perfect companion piece to a sofa or chair.
The new Inaya Stool, which retails for $780, presents a curved form that is crafted of rattan with a dueling espresso and natural finish pattern that is hand woven. The piece may be used as an ottoman, an accent piece and an additional seating solution.
Also, the Horatio chair, which retails for $2,600, features thick rattan poles that are first steamed and then flattened before being woven into the frame that shapes the seat. the chair includes a palm gray finish and a plush cushion.
Arteriors also is introducing a new 48-piece collection of lamps and decorative accessories in the company’s first partnership with an architecture and design firm – Workshop/APD – out of New York City.