I hope everyone had a great holiday. I had a nice break in Florida. I am excited to be launching some new pieces in the Kristin Drohan Collection, one of which was featured in the November/December issue of New England Home. The collection will also be making its debut in the Design Atelier showroom in the Chicago Merchandise Mart this month. I have to admit, I have a hard time tooting my own horn. Any time I get published or press coverage, I am so grateful.
Here are more of the new pieces
I love the classic style of a Chesterfield, but the heavy large rolled arms limit its use to large spaces. In this new piece, I changed the arms to gain flexibility but still retained many of the other details.
This sectional was designed for a client's sleeping porch. In order to make the large dimensions work I used Fibonacci's golden rectangle to obtain the most aesthicallly pleasing shape possible.
I love upholstered tables and wanted to design one that could be upholstered in any fabric with a size that could be customized to function as a side table or larger for an entry table. The base of this was inspired by the Eiffel Tower and a photo of mine.
I love wing chairs and wanted to create a lower back cocktail version. This chair has some mid century nuances. I did this for a very traditional client, which is why we upholstered it in a burn out velvet damask fabric.
I have been trying to create a unique dining/desk chair for over a year, that doesn't already exist. I really love French Art Deco furniture and used that as my inspiration for this chair. I want these for my own self.