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products trends turquoise By Alissa Ponchione 1 2 4 3 5 1 A new color version of the four-light Viola chandelier from Arteriors features turquoise crackle resin beads that drape over an iron framework secured with a nickel finish, an iron wire-wrapped top ring, and a delicate chain. ARTERIORSHOME.COM 2 From Arte for Koroseal Studios, the pearlized ground of the Stratos pattern emphasizes the vertically ribbed embossed structure, creating a new take on a classic and timeless design. KOROSEAL.COM 3 The asymmetrical Memento from Carnegie references the iconic diamond motif of ikat weaving while preserving the brushstrokes of the original painting on which it is based. The fabric can be used both indoors and outdoors. CARNEGIEFABRICS.COM 4 The Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair, originally created for designer Florence Knoll and reproduced by Rove Concepts, features hand-stitched upholstery in boucle wool imported from Denmark. The chair's chrome finish base is chip and flake resistant while also showcasing flex angle and height-adjustable floor protection pad discs. 5 The Diana D powdercoated, fine-textured side table from Avenue Road is a series of sheet metal tables, open to a range of interpretations and uses. The design classic is available in new colors, including Ocean Blue (pictured). AVENUE-ROAD.COM ROVECONCEPTS.COM July 2014 083 http://www.KOROSEAL.COM http://www.ARTERIORSHOME.COM http://www.CARNEGIEFABRICS.COM http://www.AVENUE-ROAD.COM http://www.ROVECONCEPTS.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - July 2014

Hospitality Design - July 2014
Online TOC
From the Editor
State of the Industry
Eastern Canada
Radical Innovation in Hospitality Award
5 Questions for Jason Pomeranc
Emma Gardner
IIDA/HD Product Design Competition
HD Americas Preview
From the Show Director
Keynote Speaker
Conference Highlights
The Power of Story
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - July 2014