Arteriors Home to Launch Laura Kirar Collection at High Point

DALLAS-Arteriors Home will launch its first designer-branded collection at next month's High Point Market, working with interior and product designer Laura Kirar. The initial debut of the Laura Kirar Collection will include 90 accent and lighting products.

Inspired both by nature and objects from her personal collection, Kirar used aged patinated metals for the new line, in cast, spun and hand-formed versions, and sometimes in combination with other metals.

"I believe that Arteriors Home, like all companies, has to continue to evolve," said Mark Moussa, founder and president of Arteriors Home. "So, we decided about a year and a half ago that one of our objectives was to partner with a well-known and established designer." Moussa had long admired Kirar's work and after meeting her at a market in Las Vegas, the partnership took off. "I told her that she had no limits. And I asked her to bring us a collection that meshes with the Arteriors Home brand, but that also expands Arteriors customer reach and takes us into innovative territory, both in design and style."

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