Drew Barrymore Launches New Line Of Paintings, Invisible Collection Comes To The Hamptons And More News
From big business changes to great product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this bimonthly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.
Drew Barrymore designs a range of paints
This isn’t Drew Barrymore’s first foray into design, or even wall decor. Its burgeoning Walmart home line, known as Flower, includes furniture, accessories, and a selection of wall art. And now, since August 5, Barrymore is expanding its offering with a new selection of paints. Rightly titled “Flowers”, the selection of 27 colors is vibrant, playful and whimsical.
Veronica Beard makes her tabletop debut
American ready-to-wear brand Veronica Beard brings its cool, classic aesthetic to the table with a spirited joie de vivre line. The collection, Boho Vines, includes a range of placemats, napkins, tablecloths and beach blankets. âYour home is such a reflection of who you are, and spending more time there allowed me to focus on all the little details,â Veronica Miele Beard told AD PRO. âI always design things we want for ourselves, and it was the same with our Boho Vines collectionâ¦[itâs] the ideal starting point for all your summer entertainment! â Just in time for the last wind of the season, the limited edition pieces are available exclusively at veronicabeard.com.
The invisible collection appears in the Hamptons
Contrary to its name, the vision behind The Invisible Collection has always made one thing stand out: Pairing high caliber design talent with equally exceptional craftsmen is the recipe for success. Although showrooms in London and Paris quickly opened after the company was founded in 2016, American fans remained ooh and uh on designs seen through computer screens – until now. From August 7 to September 6, The Invisible Collection is hosting its first brick and mortar pop-up in the United States at Phillips Southampton. Stop to see pieces created in collaboration with AD100 talents such as Kelly Behun, Pierre Yovanovitch, Charles Zana, and more.
New York Design House Studio SFW ventures upstate as gallery heads east
Studio SFW has announced the opening of its first showroom in Rhinebeck, New York. Amid a period when many sought respite in the upstate, the adjacent Hudson neighborhood seemed like the perfect fit for the New York studio. SFW offers interior design and architectural services, but the star of the show at their new outpost is the charming collection of curated wonders. From antiques and collectibles to works of art and curios, the house is brimming with a vibrant selection of vintage treasures. The larger-scale pieces on display also feature thoughtful updates. An example: a selection of made-to-measure club chairs covered with Pierre Frey fabric.
Also outside the Big Apple, the House of Art and Design Gallery is set to debut in Sag Harbor, New York on August 7. Housed in the studio of interior design maestro Mark Cunningham, the magazine’s show house features an impressive roster of vendors, including Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Galerie Perrotin, Dedar, Ralph Pucci, and others.
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