Sneak Peek: Fall 2014

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Our bi-yearly product launches are quite momentous occasions around here. It's the culmination of many months of hard work and creative collaborations with artists across the U.S. We sketch, we sample, we design, and we redesign until the collection feels just right. Here's a quick sneak peek of what we'll be unveiling on Monday, September 15.

Persimmon prevails as our signature color in our Fall ’14 product line. Our timeless Schoolhouse Clock, our trustyHamilton Bed, and our well-loved Wire Framed Trash Can will soon be available in this punchy and vibrant color.

Although we renewed a few of our favorite pieces, we took chances too. Our Pop Light is a faithful reproduction of a flea market find and introduces a new material – lucite – to the Schoolhouse collection. The light leans boldly toward the unexpected without straying from our focus on thoughtful, vintage-inspired design.

But don’t worry, we’ve still got the hots for stripes, vibrant patterns, and independent artists. A few of our noteworthy designers this fall are Jenny PennywoodWayne Pate, and Leah Duncan.

And finally, brass remains one of our favorite finishes. We’re introducing a versatile tray, task lighting, and planters, among many other pieces with a perfect patina.

Our complete collection arrives in stores and online Monday, September 15.

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