The Jay Jeffers Collection for Arteriors features an eclectic mix of entertaining accessories. From diminutive drinks tables to cocktail shakers, ice buckets, serving trays and more, the Jay Jeffers Collection reflects Jeffers’ signature style and is designed to add a sophisticated and elevated touch to the home.
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Naughty by Nature
Self-taught Amanda Wright certainly knows her way around a potter’s wheel. Originally from La Jolla, Wright earned her degree in fashion design at FIT in New York. She had a successful career as a costume designer for FOX Network, and worked as a stylist on multiple music videos and indie films. She moved back to Southern California where she met her husband and started a beautiful family. The Wright’s moved to the quiet and serene Napa Valley, where she discovered her gift for pottery while sitting in on her children's pottery class. She purchased a wheel and kiln and was selling out of her home until store proprietor, Michael Purdy, discovered her. JayJeffers - The Store is proud to present Amanda Wright’s first collection Servitude. The collection is unique, luxurious, and sensuous. Next up this Spring, a signature line of outdoor garden stools.
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Contemporary. Comfortable. Craftsmanship.
Founded in 2011, AKMD developed out of a thirteen-year friendship and design collaboration between Ayush Kasliwal and Mike Dreeben. Both Kasliwal and Dreeben are makers and their design approach begins with a deep understanding of the inherent characteristics of material and of production method — allowing process to drive design, rather than the other way around. Everything they offer is meticulously crafted, their pieces are comfortable and relaxed — pieces that you can live with, that will respond positively to use and age by developing a patina that reflects their history in one's home.
High Voltage for the Home
Alexandra von Furstenberg attended Parsons School of Design and Brown University, where she studied costume design and art history. After finishing her studies Alexandra joined the design team of DvF. During her ten-year career at DvF as Creative Director and later as Director of Image, Alexandra was responsible in the re-launch of the iconic wrap dress that 40 years later still stands the test of time. After relocating to Los Angeles in 2006, Alexandra decided to focus on designing exclusively for the home. Crafted from solid acrylic Furstenberg's designs are the epitome of individuality. Her Fearless Collection, just like it's name suggests, makes a spirited and bold statement through the use of radiant neon accents that embody strong lines and unabashed glamour- somehow it seems to glow from within.
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