More than 35 years ago Palecek began designing distinctive rattan and wicker items with one goal in mind, to create unique pieces of art from natural fibers. As the Palecek’s traveled the world, they developed a network of master artisans, drawing inspiration from the indigenous peoples and their use of quickly renewable materials. Palecek’s desire to mix an international palette of natural fibers into elegant furniture, lighting and accessories has made Palecek furniture and accesorries a trendsetter and pioneer in the use of fast-growing hardwoods, seagrass and rattan weaves. Their extensive line of award winning, handcrafted and eco-conscious designs are conceived in their domestic San Francisco Bay Area headquarters. It is here that Palecek master technicians upholster and finish your pieces, allowing Palecek to be your domestic design resource.
For 45 years, Peacock Alley has been committed to crafting a wide variety of luxury linens that stand the tests of time and trends.
Founded by Mary Ella Gabler in 1973, Peacock Alley began with Mary Ella’s colorful patchwork pillows. Since then, they’ve evolved to focus on timeless, tailored beautiful bedding collections and bath linens in a signature palette of soothing neutral hues.
They craft their linens with pride and precision to stand up to real life, and to get even better with time and care. Only the best fabrics and fibers are sourced from around the world to construct these luxury linens in Dallas, Texas.
The John-Richard design team transforms global inspirations into breathtaking collections; distinctive furniture, artisan-crafted accessories, unique lighting, mirrors, wall art and botanicals that make powerful style statements. Their products are the perfect fusion of innovation, craftsmanship and groundbreaking design. These elements, apparent in all John-Richard collections, have made them a single resource for luxury home furnishings.
Design is at the heart of John-Richard. They are inspired by history, provenance, great foreign cultures, exotic materials and finishes as well as the particular talents of superb artisans. Unexpected details such as unusual veneers and carving, reverse painted glass with art motifs as well as natural agate and crystal accents are what make John Richard so unique. The art of the hand seen in the etched steel finish of some new Art Deco inspired pieces is very of the moment.
Simon Pearce opened his first glassblowing workshop in Kilkenny, Ireland. Prior to opening the workshop in 1971, Simon’s design aesthetic and skills evolved during time spent at Shanagarry Pottery, which was owned by his parents. Simon then gained glassblowing expierence working in European glass houses, traveling the world and through studies at the Royal College of Art in London.
From inception, Simon’s vision has been to create products that are beautifully designed, produced with premium quality materials and time-honored techniques and intended for a lifetime of everyday use.