RH Debuts 13 Source Books for 2014

Restoration Hardware Rebrands Itself as RHCORTE MADERA, Calif.-RH, the retail arm of Restoration Hardware Holdings, is launching 13 Source Books for this year, "architected around inspiration and categorization," according to a company statement.

The new catalogs, scheduled to come out this month, include four lifestyle books--RH Interiors, RH Outdoor, RH Small Spaces and RH Baby & Child--with ideas and perspectives on designing and defining a home. These are accompanied by nine category books: RH Leather, RH Upholstery, RH Furniture, RH Rugs, RH Lighting, RH Bath, RH Linens, RH Objects of Curiosity and RH Tableware.

The books include profiles of internationally recognized designers and artisan collections, which highlight their new collections for RH. The Source Books are published once a year and mailed in a single package, printed on forest-certified paper, shipped carbon-neutral and are fully recyclable, the company said.

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