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ECLECTIC COLLECTIONS FOR HOME
NEW NEUTRALS FOR A VARIETY OF SPACES/ THE NEW ECLECTIC Elegance Collection from Kirkland’s includes furnish-
DISTINCT PIECES, MADE TO INSPIRE/
ings, art, lamps and accessories that combine elements such as mirrors, wood, metal, fabrics and more in a color palette of washed blue, rust, gold, brown and ivory. The collection’s classic antiqued iron and old wood ﬁnishes are superblycrafted, and their neutral palette makes them suitable for a multitude of decors. With so much to offer, you’re guaranteed to ﬁnd a treasure.
For more information, visit www.kirklands.com.
DEVOTED TO CREATING unique and unusual products that are beautiful and
inspiring, Made Goods products are hand-crafted by traditional artisans from around the world. Produced with the goal of elevating your design expectations, Made Goods pieces are for those who appreciate quality and well-thought design. With over 200 individual styles, mirrors remain a central focus, including custom sizes and unique materials. An ever-growing collection of distinct lighting, furniture and art objects in complementary styles are also available.
For more information, visit www.madegoods.com.
WINDOW COVERINGS FOR EVERY LOOK/ PROVIDING A CRISP, tailored look, sheers can be utilized in myriad ways,
from roman shades to sliding panels. Robert Allen is thrilled to introduce their collection of six new sheer looks, including exclusive decorative sheers and a selection of basics in rich, deep colors. Inspired by current trends, the collection also includes a variety of natural looks and textures in neutral colorways. With over 400 fabrics to choose from, ﬁnding the perfect sheer has never been easier.
For more information, visit www.robertallen.com.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ASID Icon - Fall 2012
Taking Business Abroad
Finding the Right Formula
The State of Our Society
Design for Life
Resource Guide & Advertisers
ASID Icon - Fall 2012
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