Arteriors Celebrates 25 Years at What's New, What's Next
September 18, 2013,
One of Arteriors' new fireplace screens
DALLAS-Arteriors, a provider of lighting, furniture and accessories, celebrates its 25th year of business this fall at New York Design Center's What's New, What's Next event with product category expansions as well as a retrospective of past designs.
Since it was founded by Mark Moussa in 1987, Arteriors has grown from a traditional accessories importer to designer and wholesale resource that designs almost 400 products annually, including decorative accessories, lighting and furniture. At What's New, What's Next, attendees will see 25 of Moussa's favorite pieces from the current Arteriors collection that represent some of the company's strongest examples of product development, the company said.
The collection of eight decorative fireplace screens, eight andiron sets and a fireplace tool set features handworked metal in modern styles and classic antique finishes. They will be on display in the Arteriors showroom (#608) at the New York Design Center. A champagne celebration of the company's anniversary will take place at 6 p.m. tomorrow.
The sconce collection, coming to High Point Market next month, reimagines 14 of the most popular Arteriors lighting styles--including the Zanadoo chandelier and the Pruitt floor lamp--in hardwired sconce format.
Now in its fifth year at the New York Design Center, What's New, What's Next is a comprehensive event including more than 65 participating showrooms featuring product introductions, lectures and book signings.
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