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Spotlight On Poul KjÆrholm

Born in Østervrå, Denmark, Poul Kjærholm's journey first began as a cabinetmaker's apprentice with Gronbech in 1948, then going on to the Danish School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen in 1952. It was here that Kjærholm studied under Hans J. Wegner, whose impeccable understanding of materials, shape, and function would help mold Kjærholm’s talent. Developing over time, one of Kjærholm’s defining stylistic signatures became his unique ability to pair contrasting materials—metal, wood, wicker, upholstery, stone—and create striking harmonies within his pieces.  Throughout the next three decades, Kjærholm would become one of the most renowned designers in Danish history. This week, we’re highlighting five of Kjærholm’s most noteworthy pieces, all available in SUITE NY’s collection.

Sustainable Design

German manufacturer Zeitraum is known for producing iconic, modern furniture from Europe’s top designers and architects. Zeitraum was founded on the premise that quality, design and environmental sustainability should always go hand-in-hand. From the exceptional craftsmanship that goes into each item to the unmatched commitment to using only the highest-quality materials, Zeitraum produces consistently striking pieces, all while actively working to reduce waste and carbon emissions through eco-conscious production methods. This week, we’re showcasing five designs to give you a preview of Zeitraum’s incredible—and sustainable—collection here at SUITE NY.

Bibliophilia

A home is not a home without books—and really, what’s the use of having an amazing book collection if you don’t have the perfect way to store and display them? Even as the world becomes increasingly digitized, there is something truly transformative about getting lost in a good piece of writing, and our favorite books often become beloved items within our homes. This week, we’re showcasing five storage and shelving units to help you show off your book collection with style and sophistication.

Color Infusion

Last week, our newsletter featured some of our favorite all-white designs. Now, we’re taking things in an entirely different direction, and highlighting some of the more colorful pieces in our collection. Color truly is, in its own way, a language: the colors we choose when decorating and designing interior spaces speak to the intended nature of the space, and determine the mood and feeling evoked by being there. Color, whether used sparingly or generously, can transform the simplest room into a world of its own. This week, we’re excited to showcase five designs to help you add a much-needed pop of color into your space.

Summer White

We simply can’t help it—when it comes to Summer, we are enamored with white furniture. Something about its brightness seems to pair perfectly with the warmer months, while still looking chic and contemporary year-round. Whether you’re designing a residential, commercial, or workplace setting, white tones offer a sense of freshness and modernity. This week, we’re highlighting five elegant and sophisticated pieces, in white, to take your space to the next level.

Through The Looking Glass

The Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw once said, “You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.” But we can’t help wondering—why can’t the mirror be a work of art, as well? While mirrors certainly serve a utilitarian purpose, helping to ensure we show the best version of ourselves to the world, they can also be a beautiful, visual statement piece within the home. This week, we’re highlighting five of our absolute favorites, to help you find a mirror that doesn’t just reflect your appearance, but is also a perfect reflection of your personal style.