A BRIGHT START TO THE NEW YEAR + NEW ARRIVALS IN LIGHTING


As we kick of 2017, we have been hard at work adding new touches to the showroom floor despite the bustle of our Annual Sample Sale. New lighting elements are popping up in every corner, and we're excited to bring an exciting selection from some of our favorite contemporary designers.


During our most recent trip to High Point Market, we couldn't head home without picking up a few fixtures from Kelly Wearstler. Wearstler is a powerhouse of contemporary design, spearheading her brand with a mix of iconic elegance and eclectic details. We're eager to incorporate our new additions into client spaces. These bold, geometric forms carry just enough grit to compliment even the most bohemian spaces.

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New York based designer Thomas O'Brien impressed us with sophisticated pendants that edged on vintage industrial style. We love the refined combination of an aged iron finish with the prismatic glass shade. Opt for a polished nickel finish for a more modern space.

Thinking of upgrading your space for the New Year? Stop in during the month of January to enjoy store-wide savings on floor samples and special orders. Explore a selection of available products on our website.

FEATURED DEALS: OUR TOP PICKS FOR THE ANNUAL SAMPLE SALE

We are halfway through our biggest sale of the year! The showroom is still packed with incredible deals at once a year pricing. Below are a few of our favorite designs that are still looking for a new home.

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The LC6 Dining Table was designed by modernist pioneers Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand. Originally presented at the Salon d'Automne in 1929, the LC6 still remains an icon of modern design. Corbusier, Jeanneret, and Perriand took inspiration from the wings of biplanes, and designed the base of the table based on ovoidal profiles. Steel threaded shanks support the tabletop, allowing dining height to adjust nearly 2 inches. 

Presenting a new take on the classic Club Chair, Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams have created this unique transitional design. The Kazan chair combines plush cushions with substantial acrylic panels for an eye catching piece that doesn't skimp on comfort. 

A vintage credenza is a great way to ground your room while adding a well-curated and acquired feel. Upgrade your living room for a fraction of the price with pieces like this American of Martinsville walnut credenza, a classic design with plenty of storage and incredible finishing.

Our Annual Sample Sale continues through January 31st. Visit our Highland Avenue showroom, or browse a sample of the selection online at www.weisshouse.com