Mabley Handler Interior Design is launching a furniture collection in April, as reported by 27east. The collection will make its debut at an industry trade show in North Carolina called High Point Market.
The 35-piece collection is inspired by Jennifer Mabley’s and Austin Handler’s time in the Hamptons. The couple has lived in Water Mill for the past 15 years, and wanted the furniture to provide an experience that was influenced by the East End—that is, relaxed yet sophisticated.
The collection will be available through the design firm and in Kravet showrooms. The couple wants to also get together with a local retailer, whose name has not been released. Since the Hamptons are known for selling locally-made goods with pride, it would be no surprise if the firm could nail down a partnership with a local business.
Mabley and Handler used wood and metal finishes, grasscloth paper, and even oakwood finishes in pieces to mimic driftwood. The pieces are named after notable locations on the East End, such as Flying Point and Hayground.
Mabley Handler Interior Design has done many high-profile design projects in the Hamptons, including the staging in model homes for Barn & Vine, Bishop’s Pond, and Ponquogue Pointe, and the VIP Green Room design for the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Furniture collection, launching Spring 2017 [Mabley Handler Interior Design]