This Fall, Arhaus presents hundreds of new arrivals brought to life by a network of global artisan partners, with its Collection: ‘Inspiration and Intention.’
As a continuation of the brand’s 35-year commitment to putting environmentally conscious and timeless design first, Arhaus’ latest assortment refines this narrative through new and expanded collections featuring worldly fabrics, repurposed hardwoods, and organic materials for true, natural touches that welcome the season with warmth.
Take a look at the new collection highlights below:
Live Edge Collection | Amish crafted and available by special order only, the Live Edge Collection is home to distinctive dining and coffee tables, desks, and consoles curated from stunning wood slabs that otherwise would have been chopped for firewood or chipped for mulch.
Leandro Spalted Oak Collection | For this collection, wood is salvaged at just the right moment to halt the natural phenomenon of rare spalted oak, which is then artisan-crafted into desks, tables and bookcases to perfectly preserve the beauty.
Recycled Metal Pendant Collection | Handcrafted by artisans in Mexico, these solid pieces of recycled copper and brass-plated aluminum are forged in fire, an intense process that creates extraordinary patinas. Then, each pendant is hammered by hand, creating distinctly shaped lighting with one-of-a-kind style.
Carrinna Collection | Light and dark are juxtaposed against each other across this collection’s dining and coffee tables, which feature rounded edges and angular lines. Handcrafted in Mexico, the spalted oak Carrinna Dining Table (pictured above) is now available in sun-bleached Ligera.
Italian Bedding Collection | Wrap yourself in the luxurious comfort of the finest textiles in the world. Crafted from washed linen and cotton percale, the new Italian Bedding Collection is crisp, fresh, and soft, creating the sweetest dreams and most restful nights.
Fresno Swivel Chair | Made in America, where modern style meets exceptional comfort, the Fresno Swivel Chair offers the living room a soft spot to sink into.
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