Barclay Butera dining, deep seating collection to debut in High Point
April 17, 2017,
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The collaboration with Butera in the Barclay Butera outdoor collection for Castelle includes a transitional design of cast elements, curving arms and decorative finials. A deep seating collection including a sofa, loveseat, lounge chair, ottoman and coordinating tables will be on display, as well as cushion and sling dining. The designer’s signature navy and white color palette will provide a casually regal statement in textiles and the crisp white finishing to the durable aluminum furniture.
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“Creating this spectacular collection of outdoor furniture with Castelle has been a fantastic experience,” said Butera. “When I first approached the design process, I was inspired by this magnificent geometric ceiling carving I saw in an English manor years ago. I have incorporated this pattern into carpets, wallpapers and now the fretwork for outdoor furniture. And, of course, clean navy and crisp white are always in fashion. This design is so versatile it will work in a Central Park penthouse as well as a chic beach home on Newport Harbor and everywhere in between.”
The official launch event during the April High Point Market will occur in the Castelle showroom on Sun., April 23 from noon until 2 p.m. “Brunch and Bellinis with Barclay Butera” will include comments from Butera as well as tours of the showroom.
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