Founded by Mark Moussa in 1987, Arteriors is in its 26th year of providing furniture, accessories and lighting in luxury materials and finishes for design lovers with up-to-date sensibilities. Today Moussa and his design team create products in brass, bronze, nickel, wood, glass, leather, ceramics, and porcelain, to withstand the demands of contemporary interior and the tastes of the design savvy.
Moussa and the Arteriors team recently identified the three top trends in designs and finishes that the company expects to be significant in the upcoming season.
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Trend #1 Starburst Design: Diallo Large Chandelier
The Starburst motif may have experienced broad popularity in the 30s and then again in the 50s but today’s interpretations echo a wider range of inspirations and materials, making what was once old, new again. From Medieval weaponry to firework; from soaring architecture to the intimate harden, this trend is now at home in the industrial loft, Mid-Century ranch, Tudor entry, Penthouse dining room or the French chateau’s master closet, The trend is in fact, a classic.
Shown Diallo Large Chandelier
Coral inspired, the large 8 light white lacquered resin chandelier, is as dramatic as it is unique.
Trend #2—Teal: Tennyson Stool
Hues of blue fuse with green tones, morphing into one of the most sought-after colors of the season, Teal. Pantone notes that the shades of green so popular earlier this year evolving into these deeper, luxurious shades of teal, embracing a soft, versatile look for Fall. A sophisticated and refined addition to any room, teal embodies elements of simplicity and discriminating taste. At the same tie, teal offers a vibrant pop of color that can enhance an otherwise lackluster neutral-based space.
Shown: Tennyson Stool: fully upholstered turquoise linen fabric stool with classic curves and X-bench design is accented with nickel studs that outline each segment of the base.
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Trend #2—Teal: Viola Chandelier
Trend #3—Brass is Back: Genova Lamp
The warmth of polished brass is making a sharp comeback after over 30 years of slick, tech-inspired nickel, chrome and stainless steel. Designers and homeowners are drawn to the luxuriousness and timelessness of the polished brass finish, harking back to the opulence of the Victorian era.
Genova Lamp: the polished brass lamp features a fluted gourd shaped base with a hand hammered surface detailing for added luster. Topped with an ivory microfiber shade with cotton lining to match.