Interior Designer Windsor Smith to Collaborate with Arteriors

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DALLAS-Arteriors has teamed up with Los Angeles-based interior designer Windsor Smith for its latest and fourth guest designer collaboration. To be unveiled in Spring 2015 at High Point Market, the Windsor Smith Arteriors collection will reflect a modern design sensibility touching on traditional aesthetics and will combine the shapes, textures and materials that will emulate Smith's design sense.

"Windsor is an icon in the interior design community and her style is unique to what we've offered in our product line to-date," said Mark Moussa, CEO and founder of Arteriors. "There's a freshness and lightness in her design sensibility, which we know will resonate well with our consumer, and we're excited to get to work on this collection and eventually bring this partnership to the marketplace."

Smith added, "I'm thrilled to have this opportunity to expand my point of view into the lighting and accessories space. I'm looking forward to collaborating with Mark and his talented team to create a gorgeous transitional collection that will live beautifully in both modern and classic sensibilities."

Arteriors has previously worked with designer Lisa Luby Ryan and has ongoing collaborations with Barry Dixon and Laura Kirar.

Windsor also has both indoor and outdoor fabrics and rugs with Kravet, handcrafted furniture offered through Windsor Smith Home collection, and a collection for Century Furniture.

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