Hickory Chair is pleased to share the new furniture collection,
Hable for Hickory Chair™, designed by licensing partner, Susan Hable. The collection features bedroom, dining room and living room furniture.
Hable's furniture collection is an innovative marriage of form, texture and color. Practicality and ergonomics are emphasized via elegant lines and material combinations. Walnut and Beeswing Primavera, polished gold and polished nickel, printed leathers and extruded metals, live alongside rich linens, velvets and organic cottons cultivating a fresh, vibrant and all-encompassing furniture collection.
"Designing this collection is very much an expression of my art, how 'lines' play a huge role in my life. It all starts with the elegance of a line," says Susan Hable. "I love delving into cultures and cultivating these influences over history and time; this concept, and the literal layering of materials and textures, play such an import role in creating an elegant space with impact."
Inspired by pioneers of mid-century design and Hable's passion for color, fashion and inventive designs, have joined to create a collection of furniture with a progressive and transitional vibe. While the Hable for Hickory Chair™ Furniture collection has its own iconic aesthetic, her pieces will coalesce easily with Hickory Chair's product offerings.
Featuring singular embellishment techniques on elegant linen grounds, Beacon Hill's Linen Embroideries II brings to light the artistry of embroidery. Each fabric is crafted and hand-embellished in southern India -- a region long respected for its textile heritage. Available in a variety of blues and neutrals, these tactile designs are ideal for drapery, bedding and light upholstery applications.
Tea. Patina. Brass. Discover the luminous new palette of the Gilded Color Fabric Collection. With metallic accents and a soft, luxurious hand, these glamorous designs celebrate the vast range of techniques found in couture garment construction. Beaded embroidery, cut velvets, watercolor prints and more are rendered in patterns that draw from Art Nouveau and Jazz Age textile sources. Dyed, woven and printed to exacting color specifications, this Color Library collection debut will bring glimmer and romance to any room.