Four Hands, designer and wholesaler of lifestyle home furnishings, has launched its winter collection, part of which will debut at Las Vegas Market beginning Sunday, January 23. Four Hands will feature a mix of bestsellers and its newest introductions across 10 product categories including art, rugs, lighting and outdoor, with a dedicated area to their ongoing collaboration with Thomas Bina.
The new collection focuses on fluid forms and a merging of traditional and modern materials and designs. Helmed by Vice President of Design Adam Dunn, the Four Hands design team also put a fresh focus on warm, earthy neutrals by sourcing color inspiration straight from the elements, including stones, clay and West Texas foliage.
“Warmer neutral palettes are healing and energizing, and a reflection of our collective mood and how we want to live. So think inviting, grounding colors like camel, copper, and rust paired with rich browns. It’s definitely a more traditional feeling palette, but I think customers are looking to pair more traditional elements with modern design to make a space feel unique and truly designed,” says Dunn.
On the art front, Four Hands will showcase nearly 150 new art pieces at Las Vegas Market, including an expanded selection of exclusive art pieces all designed, printed and framed in-house in Austin, Texas.
“Creating our own art in-house adds another level of value and exclusivity,” says Brooke Elliott, Product Development Manager. “We’re tapping into our own talented teams to come up with the designs and skilled craftsmen to produce unique looks – like texture-enhanced art, specialty-cut and hand-folded works, and even framed textiles – using our state-of-the-art equipment and framing studio.”
Additionally, Four Hands will continue to partner with and offer art from new artists such as Pepi Sprohge, Stef Bauer and Amy Bautz, plus new pieces from customer favorites including Coup d’Esprit and Jess Engle. This curated collection is also handcrafted in Austin and ready to ship within one week.
The showroom will be taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of guests and staff as daily changes continue throughout the pandemic.