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INSPIRATION | March 31, 2021 | By Saxon Henry
Pretty in Pink
For those of you heading to High Point for First Tuesday next week, we thought we’d make you a treasure-hunter’s map so you can spot some of the beautiful pink products we have in our lineup—the number is significant and the prettiness is sublime! Remember: if you’ll be visiting us, we ask that you contact your rep to make an appointment. This is important because we want to ensure that all safety measures and government guidelines will be met.
Pretty in Pink
And now for the lovely pink products we have in the mix!
Rose-colored natural Capiz shells have become blossoms to ornament our Catrice Rectangular 15-Light Multi-Drop Pendant. The silver pendant is luminous in a mix of painted silver and contemporary silver leaf finishes. This fixture is among Currey & Company’s introduction of cluster lights, which includes 1-light up to 36-light configurations. We also have a chandelier and several wall sconces in this family of fixtures.
Our Jacqui Ballet Slipper Chair is a feminine channel-back chair with solid Mahogany tapered legs in a caviar black finish capped by ferrules made of brass in a brushed brass finish. This beautiful pink chair is upholstered in Velluto ballet-pink velvet that has a luxurious sheen to it to enhance the chair’s femininity. We also offer the Jacqui covered in muslin.
Our Palazzo Milky Glass Vases, which come in a set of two, are mouth-blown in a glossy, milky glass with a texture that has a rich marbleized sheen. The pink upper vase perches on a blue base, which is blown separately and then heated so it fuses to the bottom vessel. These beautiful pink and blue vases read as if they could have been created during the 1940s.
The luminous color of our Airtafae Table Lamp inspired its name, the word meaning rose in an ancient dialect. Made of a rose-colored porcelain, the amphora-shaped body of this pink table lamp sits atop an optic crystal base that echoes the reflectivity of the crystal finial. The metal hardware in a polished nickel finish and an eggshell shantung shade complete the look.
The Arden Pink Chest is inspired by a 1970s reverse-painted glass antique found at the Paris flea market. The chest features silver peony reverse-painted glass panels on the top, front, and sides with solid brass trim, hardware, and legs. The pale pink chest has a beveled top, and drawers with soft-close glides. The Arden family of furnishings includes a number of pieces.
Our Fresno Orb Set includes three pink sculptures made of pale pink glass that glow when touched by natural light. Each orb sits atop a white marble block so it is easy to position perfectly.
The Berenson Lantern has an angular profile that is sharp and clean, but the patterning on the smoky quartz panels on its shade is randomly organic. The frame and hardware on the pink lantern are made of wrought iron in a silver leaf finish, the tone of the metal echoing the pale hues in the quartz. We also offer the Berenson as a rectangular chandelier.
Rose-colored natural Capiz shells turned into blossoms ornament the Catrice Wall Sconce, Right. The silver wall sconce is made of wrought iron in a silver leaf finish. Other special features include the graceful arc of the arms and the petite backplate. This sconce is certified for damp locations. We also offer the Catrice as a chandelier and a left wall sconce.
Our Longuette Chandelier, in the Aviva Stanoff Collection, has a circular band of metal that holds dripping bars of natural selenite. The crystals and the silver leaf finish on the wrought iron bring notes of refinement to this pink chandelier.
The Ondine Table Lamp has a curvy terracotta body sandwiched between a metal base and hardware in a silver leaf finish. Paired with the blush glazing on the body and finial, the finishes on the Ondine make this a luminous pink table lamp. We’ve topped it with an off-white shantung shade.
Sasha Bikoff says her Miami Beach Chandelier was inspired by a 1980s Miami-Vice vibe: “I keyed in on the colors, the nature, and the Deco revival architecture that is unique to the South Florida locale.” The curvy pink chandelier is made of wrought iron with a blush pink shade and glossy white accent that defines its Art Deco style. We offer several different fixtures in this family of products.
Made of quartz and wrought iron in a contemporary gold leaf finish, our Nightfall Wall Sconce has a shade fashioned from three organic shapes of gleaming stone that is both playful and sophisticated. The sconce is certified for damp locations.
With a shade covered in capiz shells, the Seahouse Chandelier is a textural wonder. The shells, which are overlapped and applied by hand, take hours to affix to the wrought iron frame in a smoke wood finish. The natural colors in the shade of the shell chandelier make it perfect for a nautical interior.
The Rose Knows
One of our one-of-a-kind offerings you’ll see in High Point if you make it by for the next First Tuesday. Image by Beth Tilley Green.
That’s a wrap on all things pink! We have a number of other rose-colored products in our offerings so be sure to search by color on the website if you’d like to discover the other items we have in this pretty color.