INTERIOR DESIGN’s Spring Market Tabloid features work from our two companies, JOHNHOUSHMAND and JH2OneTreeHome.
Our classic No. 0199 Reception Desk is featured in the section Logging In: Grains that have game (p. 100). It is made up of three distinctive parts: a spalted maple facia of varying topographical elements, a solid maple slab top, and an undulating cast acrylic apron lit by eco-friendly LED lights that catch the light at every imperfection in the wood.
One of JH2OneTreeHome’s debut pieces shown at this year’s ICFF was the Atik Bench, featured in the section Farmhouse Facelift: City slickers come home to roost (p. 38). It can be made of Nicaraguan Nanciton or Cedro Macho woods with a contrasting focal point of 1/2″ thick maze-like metal leg that wraps flush around its 2″ slab top. This bench has the heart of Nicaragua with the lines of JOHNHOUSHMAND.
ID Magazine’s Spring Market is all about identifying cutting edge trends. Looks like we are ahead of the curve again!