milan — RH, the American furniture retailer on a mission to create a curated world of luxury living, travel, dining and design services, launches its first print interiors sourcebook since Friday 2020. The copy previewed by WWD includes international players from Sonoma, California’s Ron Mann, the Netherlands’ Nils Verhoeven, Italy’s Francesco Crivellari, Britain’s Oliver Oulton, and returning collaborators such as Sydney’s Nicholas and Harrison Kondos. An expanded roster of collaborations is shown. Los Angeles-based glass designer Alison Berger and San Francisco-based craftsman Jonathan Browning.
The 604-page sourcebook is the culmination of Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman’s goal to unite the world’s most renowned global designers and manufacturers to develop and showcase their work on RH’s vast platform. and is part of the company formerly known as Restoration Hardware Bid. To transform into a true American luxury brand. This book is aimed at interior designers as well as potential and existing clients, and is based on RH’s philosophy that “There are things that furnish a home, and there are things that define it.”
“Thanks to our time, we have built the world’s largest global residential interior design firm. Projects from San Francisco to Shanghai, Miami to Milan, Los Angeles to London, Pittsburgh to Paris, Tokyo to Toronto, Denver to Dubai With the multidisciplinary practice of designers, interior architects, and stylists who have completed the
At the last RH shareholder meeting, Mr. Friedman said that in 2023, RH Interiors will be the most “prolific” company in its history, including more than 70 furniture and home decor collections spanning contemporary, modern, outdoor, baby & child. A new product collection will be announced. And Teen. “These new collections reflect a level of design and quality not accessible in the current market, and a disruptive value proposition across multiple markets,” he said.
Part of the Corte Madera, Calif.-based company’s long-term strategy includes building RH, the world’s first consumer architecture, interior design and landscape architecture services platform. The 2023 RH Interiors sourcebook itself features 100 exclusive collections, and the company claims it boasts the world’s largest selection and fully integrated selection of luxury home furnishings.
Up-and-comers like Oulton, son of London-based furniture designer Timothy Oulton, whose family has specialized in producing high-quality upholstery furniture under their namesake brand since 1978 Italian designer Crivellari was tapped to introduce generously proportioned sofas and sectionals. Architectural influence of 70’s design.
The Bella, Dillon and Durham collections feature pieces crafted from fine leathers and fabrics such as Ribeco Belgian linen, Holland & Shelley Australian wool twill, Italian artisan leather and Vigano Merino wool velvet, as well as a range of premium Performance options are also available. The brand also introduces a wide selection of lounge and dining chairs inspired by iconic mid-century, nature-inspired biomorphs, ancient Greek-inspired chrismos, and more traditional wingback designs. Masu.
RH’s debut furniture collection with Mann, known for his sculptural spaces and boundary-pushing creative flair, is named Andora. This Occasion Table features intersecting wire-brushed American white oak planks to form a dynamic angular base, reminiscent of the architecture of the Postmodern Movement.
Friedman emphasized the integration of popular materials such as European and American white oak, walnut and Indonesian teak throughout the product line. He also pointed out that sofas are primarily made in the United States, with eight-way hand-wound springs (considered the gold standard), or in Italy, with advanced engineered foam and high-end tailoring. Evidence of this commitment to materials and craftsmanship is the work of Dutch-based designer Verhoeven, with whom RH has rolled out Joris and Julien. Constructed from solid European oak reclaimed from decades-old buildings.
Byron appears on the cover of the new source book. The collaboration with the condo features hand-carved European white oak pieces that aim to convey the dramatic play of light and shadow.
Elsewhere, Van Teels, a duo also from the Netherlands, presented two collections this season. One is the Viennese Secession-inspired Padua, crafted from rich-grained American oak and crafted into a streamlined silhouette that provides an elegant contrast to the supple metal hardware. The Belmont pays homage to French Art Deco design, with a geometric shape with cascading corners wrapped in a veneer of European mappa burlwood.
In the lighting, Los Angeles-based master glass designer Berger highlights hemispheres inspired by the French Gothic architecture of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and tulips that echo the graceful lines of blooming flowers.
The interior design side of RH allows customers to connect with professional designers for one-on-one consultations on an entire home or room by room basis. It was initially conceived as a concierge-level program and launched in 2016 alongside his RH Design Atelier, which provides integrated workspaces inspired by leading architecture and design studios across the company’s retail network. It was done. Interior design services at the time were part of Friedman’s founding plans. His move into the RH and retail space as a major design firm.
RH is doing great this year. In June, the company announced one of RH’s most ambitious projects to date. RH England’s The Gallery at Ainho Park, a 73-acre 17th-century site, is the crown jewel in the company’s strategy to become a globally recognized luxury brand, with exclusive galleries and restaurants. and accommodations around the world.
Based on recent efforts, RH in May raised its fiscal 2023 revenue outlook to a range of $3 billion to $3.1 billion.
RH expects second quarter 2023 sales to be in the range of $765 million to $775 million and adjusted operating margin in the range of 14% to 14.5%.