Waterford Debuts Interiors Collection
April 5, 2012,
The London Collection by Jo Sampson is part of the Waterford Interiors collection. waterford.com
Waterford is launching a new home decor collection called Waterford Interiors this month. The collection ranges from sleek console tables and dramatic floor mirrors to bespoke chandeliers and lighting from a slate of well-known designers.
"The launch of Waterford Interiors reinforces Waterford as a luxury lifestyle brand," said Waterford CEO Pierre deVillemejane. "Interiors represents the next chapter of our brand as we continue to expand globally across residential, hospitality and commercial markets."
As the creative force behind Waterford's first designer collaboration, John Rocha joins the brand's newest venture with a collection of mirrors and lighting that range from $1,800 to $44,000. The John Rocha Crystal Mirrors boast ornate frames designed using French curves evocative of Indian-Persian paisley and uniform geometric borders. Lamps from the John Rocha Lighting Collection employ a multitude of crystals in various sizes to amplify the reflected light and emphasize the sculptural quality.
"I'm elated to continue my relationship with Waterford and expand my collection to encompass dramatic statement furnishings as part of Waterford Interiors," Rocha said. Rocha has created many crystal stemware patterns for Waterford.
The Waterford Interiors Lighting Collection designed by Billy Canning includes the Luminescence Lighting Collection, featuring scores of brilliantly refractive crystal gems in intricate teardrop motifs influenced by Asian and Middle Eastern design. Additionally the Waterford Chandelier Collection will expand to include greater, grander chandelier creations from best-selling patterns Ardmore, Lismore, Cranmore and Etoile Nouveau Lighting.
Each statement chandelier from the Waterford Chandelier Collection will boast a signature crystal seahorse drop with emerald jewel to affirm its Waterford Crystal provenance.
The Waterford Interiors Lighting Collection will feature pieces ranging from $1,900 to
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