Restoration Hardware recently announced that they would be expanding their Big Style Small Spaces, a specially curated collection of smaller-scale furnishings tailor-made for those constrained by space, but still want to have style.
Crafted from the finest materials, the new line bears the hallmark of fine design with a soulfulness that’s indefinable, yet indispensable. Each piece proves that great style is not dependent on square footage and that quality is immeasurable.
From a Paris pied-a-terre, and London Townhouse, to a Los Angeles Bungalow, and East Village Loft, the 156-page fall source book illustrates interiors inspired by 15 iconic cities across the globe that celebrate cosmopolitan living. For those who are looking for Restoration Hardware’s distinctive design point of view, but expressed in pieces proportioned to accommodate more intimate settings, the new fall 2012 Big Style Small Spaces collection offers limitless creative possibilities.
“We call it a collection of epic proportions,” says Creator and Curator Gary Friedman of Restoration Hardware’s Big Style Small Spaces source book, which features a tongue and cheek cover of a climber scaling the nose of Abraham Lincoln on Mount Rushmore. Mr. Friedman continued, “And good design is all about proportions.”
The fall collection marries form and function at its best featuring the new dining chair series, which introduces iconic styles reinterpreted in unique finishes. Danish Bentwood Chairs debut in 4 colorful stains, as well as 4 weathered oak and 4 painted finishes. Other standouts include modern classics like the Bauhaus Chairs in 4 weathered oak finishes and the 1940s Naval Chairs in three metal finishes. Scaled-down leather sofa collections and lighting that ranges from utilitarian Enamel Pendants to dramatic ceiling fixtures reimagined as Floor Chandeliers are just a few highlights.
Big Style Small Spaces collection is now available online at www.restorationhardware.com and in Restoration Hardware Galleries nationwide.
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