Quick! Have you heard the name “Pearson Furniture?” If you are not a designer or otherwise in the industry, my guess is that it’s not at the tip of your tongue. If it is, you are probably thinking about their incredible upholstery.
Well, I love their upholstery, too. Their wide range of traditional and transitional styles means you can find the right choice for just about any project. And don’t even get me started on the showhouse rooms Pearson has sponsored. This one was designed by Jennifer Connell in the 2012 Hamptons Designers Showhouse. Jennifer used the 165 Bench with custom dyed hair-on-hide from Townsend Leather, the 1633 Dining Chairs (check out the killer base on those numbers) and the 2394 Bench.
As fantastic as the upholstery is, however, I’m just as crazy for Pearson’s occasional program — and I think we should be singing its praises far more often! The tables in those showhouse rooms make a huge statement. The 9743 Cocktail Table in Eric’s room was one of my Style Spotters finds, so you already know I’m a big fan. And who doesn’t love a great bunching table? The 9651 Bunching Table in Jennifer’s room is endlessly versatile. She also used the 9839 bookcase and the 9674 Side Table.
In my Diptic, the top two photos are also existing favorites (the 189 Bench and the 9882 Mirror), and the bottom two are new introductions for Fall 2014 market (the 9753 Chest of Drawers and the 9688 Occasional Table).
The 9753 Chest of Drawers is also available as a console table (9752) and a bedside table (9754). I cannot wait to see them in person. Look at the gorgeous herringbone pattern on the shagreen inlay. Talk about attention to detail. You can see all of their new introductions on the Pearson website, but I’ll be taking tons of photographs and sharing them on the blog. If you can’t wait … follow me on Instagram for sneak peeks! So hand over that press pass, and I’ll see you at market!
Do you have a favorite Pearson style?
Hamptons Designer Showhouse room designed by Jennifer Connell; photo by John Bessler and Jonny Valiant for Traditional Home. Adamsleigh room designed by Eric Cohler; photo by Peter Rymwid for Traditional Home. Product photos via Pearson Furniture. Thank you to High Point Market for pairing me with four companies, including Pearson, as a sponsored blogger.