It’s no coincidence that Jeff Schlarb is a natural interior designer. With an eye for contemporary design and an art-forward aesthetic, Jeff began his career over 20 years ago. Although it was somewhat by chance, he found his calling after moving to San Francisco where he discovered a hidden talent.
Lapitec Selected To Work On New Five-Star Luxury Hotel
Built on a lush green slope, with a mesmerizing, tranquil view over Lake Lugano, the Aria Retreat & Spa has chosen Lapitec to help create a brand new five-star luxury hotel. The vicinity will include a park that is over 400,000 square feet, five restaurants, while offering amenities including three swimming pools, an area to play tennis, a fitness center, a private beach, and a wellness center that will be over 160000 square feet.
Vitraform Revitalizes Bathrooms And Powder Rooms With Innovative Free-Standing Rectangular Design
With a factory based in Denver, Colorado, Vitraform has handcrafted the most distinctive and luxurious bathroom and powder room sinks for over 30 years. Through its products, Vitraform has provided a niche for those that are interested in upscale decorative bathrooms.
Fresh Yet Classic: Supreen’s New Menswear-Inspired Patterns
Building upon the signature softness, performance capabilities, and industry-leading sustainable properties of its inaugural launch, Supreen’s new menswear-inspired patterns offer a fresh yet decidedly classic upholstery option for commercial spaces from healthcare to hospitality alike. Designed to outperform while still looking debonair, the three new timeless, wool-inspired textures reminiscent of houndstooth, heathered flannel, and tweed men’s suiting combine Supreen’s original, revolutionary liquid-barrier and stain-resistance with an elevated element of luxury – available in over 54 basic to bold colorways.
Meet Stylex’s New Soft And Flexible Collections
Certified in both Greenguard Gold and BIFMA Level 1, Umo is a sculptural, solid-wood table that adds utility and visual warmth to lounges, work nooks, and spaces that blur the lines between residential and commercial. Playing with geometry and form, Brandon Walker designed Umo with a combination of rounded shapes and angular cutouts, with details such as carved legs that form arched porticos where they meet the table’s underside.