Cosmopolitan and curvaceous, the Eleonora Collection from Spectra Home Furniture debuts at the October High Point Market, offering a chic modern aesthetic and enduring style.
This inaugural collaboration between Spectra Home and designer Eleonora Stefantsova features nine upholstered seating selections that take a sophisticated approach to comfort with eye-catching silhouettes wrapped in soft fabrics. Stefantsova reinterprets the fearless Mid-Century aesthetic of an era when artists boldly ruled the design world. Peering through a 21st century lens, she deftly addresses today’s demands for both comfort and luxury. Meet Stefantsova and see her new collection in the Spectra Home showroom, 200 N. Hamilton, Ste 213, Oct. 19-21, 2019.
The line-up includes:
Paulina sofa, a clean-lined, modern take on the tufted chaise lounge.
Parisian sofa, a fresh, curvaceous kidney sofa that harks to sophisticated French style.
Laval sofa, a svelte, contemporary interpretation of the midcentury curved sofa.
Antibes chair, a sink-in-soft barrel chair with sleek modern curves.
Antibes sofa, sister to the Antibes chair—a curved-back sofa that’s at once long, lean and seductive.
Saint-Paul Indigo chair, a comfortable, timeless armchair that Stefantsova designed clad in fabric reflecting the rich blues of an alpine sky.
Toulon chair, a fashion-forward modern swivel club chair that Stefantsova dressed in a contour-hugging siren-red fabric.
Avington chair, a modern reinvention of the hip midcentury swivel lounge chair.
Macon sofa, a modern tailored sofa with understated curves.
The Eleonora Collection frames can be ordered in an array of more than 160 fabrics. Presented at affordable price points, the furniture pieces are offered to retailers and the professional interior design trade.
Stefantsova’s connection with the interior design community has grown organically from her own experience as a design professional. She has two master’s degrees (in design and finance) that she earned in Russia. She became one of the youngest members of the Russia Designers Association, the country’s major design guild. Stefantsova launched her interior design business in St. Petersburg in 2000, tackling a variety of projects, from reimagining apartments in historic buildings to crafting fresh designs in palaces that form the unique skyline of this iconic Russian city.
In 2006, Stefantsova moved to China, where she specialized in sourcing furniture, lighting and accessories for the Russian market. During her seven-year stint there, she gained invaluable life and business experience and built relationships with top Asian manufacturers—a key factor in the success of the Curations furniture brand she founded in the United States in 2010.
Her newest endeavor, the eponymous, licensed line with Spectra Home, adds a modern option to Spectra Home’s range of collections, which include both contemporary and traditional styles.