More and more, consumers want their homes to be comfortable spaces where they can relax and express their own sense of style. They want their homes to be an experience. Gabby’s Atlanta showroom will be filled with new introductions that reflect this with a mix of beautiful designs, a hint of the unexpected and furniture that elegantly mimics the way people live today.
One-of-A Kind Rattan Designs
We’ve reinvented this 1970s trend in fresh, modern new ways that still has a laid-back feel but adds a sense of style to current designs. Many of our Atlanta introductions contain a Japanese influence with organic shapes. Pieces such as the Zach Side Chair, Wellington Arm Chair and the Wagner Ottoman contain graceful, flowing curves and mix metal with rattan. We’ve added an interesting twist to several of these pieces by introducing a navy blue metal and black leather, which makes a statement with the woven rattan.
Our designers also understand that simplicity and functionality are key to modern design. We’re showcasing a variety of nightstands that feature drawers, shelves and cabinets with beautiful, elegant designs that can fit a variety of uses.
In addition, the Sybil Coffee Table features a beautiful new feather green stone with several moon tables that can either be paired together to create numerous configurations. In addition, our new dining table featuring a very simple design can be expanded for additional seating when needed.
The contemporary rectangular form of our Zara Coffee Table crafted of cerused oak and stainless gold appears to float above its reflective base. Spacious drawers on either side provide for ample storage.
Our designers understand that lighting can be a central part of a home’s design that reflects the function of each space. We’re introducing a variety of new chandeliers this market created using unique shapes and materials. For instance, the Camilla Chandelier features an oval shape made of resin, metal and wood and the Gregory Chandelier boasts an hourglass shape formed from rope and metal. We’re also introducing a smaller version of our popular Clay Chandelier and the Jasmine Chandelier has a shape similar to our Etienne Chandelier that’s crafted from white cotton rope rather than beads.
Gabby is also using beautiful, unexpected materials in our lamp designs. Ceramic mixes with acrylic and antique brass, and black and white marble mixes with antique brass to create unique designs that elegantly combine with today’s interiors.
Gabby invites you to raise a toast with us to the opening of the Summer Classics showroom right across the hall from us on Friday, January 12 at 5:00 pm and for our “Some Like It Hot” party on Saturday, January 13 at 4:30 pm.