The Pavo Large Pendant blends smoked glass with pewter and multiple layers of glass for a fixture that can be shown long over a kitchen island or shortened for a hallway or bedroom fixture.
DALLAS – Luxury lighting, furniture and decorative accessories resource Arteriors has introduced an exclusive collection with Jay Jeffers, an interior designer based in Northern California.
Marking the third collaboration between Arteriors and Jeffers, the new, handmade 28-piece series prioritizes versatility through inspiring designs that embrace classic elements like antique and polished brass and pair them with more contemporary materials like etched glass and pierced metals.
“With each new collaboration I prioritize quality and craftsmanship. This collection with Arteriors reflects their robust network of artisans that make each product come to life, a hallmark I wanted to celebrate as part of the 35th anniversary collection,” said Jeffers. “Each piece is handcrafted and meant to feel collected over time. This new offering highlights lighting and accessories that are adaptable to different environments, whether it be a sprawling luxury resort or a compact New York apartment.”
Jeffers said he is equally as comfortable creating a warm bar space as he is designing a luxurious second home. This adaptability is shown throughout his collection for Arteriors, with several lighting products appearing in multiple forms, from sconces to table lamps to pendants.
Arteriors is also celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2002. The company said it is proud that what began more than three decades ago as a boutique accessories company has evolved into a global force in the design industry.
The company’s 265-piece spring/summer 2022 collection evokes the brand’s journey, showcasing its dedication and passion to bringing versatile pieces with universal appeal. Expanded product offerings include new essential lighting pieces from chandeliers to table lamps, larger furniture selections and case goods, as well as new wall décor and accessories.
Key pieces from Jeffers new collection include the Trento Mirror, crafted with hand-formed brass, and the Holm Sconce, created with two separate layers of glass for a diffused light. The Pavo Large Pendant blends smoked glass with pewter and multiple layers of glass for a fixture that can be shown long over a kitchen island or shortened for a hallway or bedroom fixture. And finally, the Cantu Cabinet boasts a rich ebony stain and tapered legs for an addition to an entryway or living space.
“We are thrilled to have Jay return as a guest designer. What better way to celebrate our 35th anniversary than with one of our longest-standing collaborators,” said Barb Fuller, Arteriors vice president of marketing and visual merchandising. “Jay’s eye for designing entertaining spaces can be seen across his three collections for Arteriors, from accessories to seating and case goods designed for comfortable and stylish gatherings at home.”
The collection will debut at High Point Market in Spring 2022 at the Arteriors showroom in the C&D Building.