Designlush: Living Up To Their Name
Designlush is a collection of finely crafted interior furniture, rugs and accessories created by a talented group of designers and artisans. They sell to trade professionals and offer residential and commercial interior design services. They also create one of a kind pieces for use in everything from real estate staging, set design, and film, video and photo shoots.
Because they are not a retail store, you probably have not seen many of these great items, which is why I want to share them with you.
The style, design and materials vary from exotic hardwoods to hand blown glass. But all are top quality (and many of their wood pieces are sustainable). they carry numerous lines and special, exclusive collections.
Take a look at some of their fabulous rugs:
"Damage" lounge rug:
The Dark Tree Rug:
The "Paris" Lounge Rug:
The Royal Lions Rug:
And their wonderfully crafted wood pieces:
The Lubalin flat credenza and media console:
Wishbone Entry Table (available in various woods):
Black Walnut (or Rosewood) Console:
Santos Rosewood Console:
Slab pine with glass shelves:
Waterfall writing desk (my personal favorite) :
the level console:
They have some really unique lighting, two of which are shown below.
The Antler lamp:
The "Night Owl" blown glass floor lamp:
They have a large collection of upholstered furnishings as well.
Groove Sectional sofa in ultrasuede or leather:
and a large selection of art and framed photography, such as the Stable Canine photo below shot by Jesse Harrris:
They also have 3D wood wall panels and unusual mirrors:
Clara Walnut carved wall mirror:
The DESIGNLUSH showroom is located in Suite 415 at the prestigious New York Design Center (NYDC), 200 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016.
DESIGNLUSH is headed by President and Creative Director Stephen Mitchell, with co-founder and Style Director Thomas Ruscica.
There's much more at their site to see, including a modern masters collection. Check it all out here.
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