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NEW Showrooms. 2015-16 F R E S H FACE S A ND NEW D ESIGNS.

NEW SHOWROOM

NEW LOCATION

OPENING SOON

OPENING SOON

Aero, 15th Floor aerostudios.com Celebrating its 20th year, Aero is a fixture in New York City’s design community. Thomas O’Brien continually puts forth his latest finds and ideas in a revolving, imagined interior. The store houses O’Brien’s hand-picked, everchanging selection of refurbished vintage modern furniture and lighting, antiques, fine art, tableware, accessories, and collectibles. In addition, Aero stocks the most complete offering of Thomas O’Brien brand home furnishings, both ready-made and made to order. It is the only place to find O’Brien’s custom Aero-label goods, from handcrafted, luxury upholstery and lighting to trays, bedding, and favorites like the perennially popular Aero leather tote bags.

NEW LOCATION

CF Modern, Suite 510 cfmodern.com Less than two years after Irwin Feld and Steve Cassler launched CF Modern, a mid-century-inspired, American-made, custom furniture collection, they have expanded to include a showroom at 200 Lex. CF Modern now offers a full collection of case pieces, tables, lighting, chairs, and sofas, in addition to benches and ottomans.

NEW SHOWROOMS

FAIR, Suite 601 New York Design Center’s newest showroom, FAIR, celebrates expert craftsmanship with local makers whose work is not only well made, but thoughtfully and artfully executed. Curated by designer Brad Ford, this new space features various product lines that collectively have a similar tone and quality level, and can be used in a number of high-end design contexts. Handcrafted pieces carry with them the storied skill, effort, and creativity of the people who made them. Stop by FAIR and meet some of the hand-picked makers to be included in this groundbreaking new showroom and welcome them to 200 Lex.

KARKULA, Suite 419 karkula.com In 1996, Thomas Gibson and John Erik Karkula, an antique furniture restorer and a recent design school graduate respectively, opened a tiny 200-square-foot store on Atlantic Avenue in the brownstone neighborhood of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. The idea for the store sprouted at a ganja-scented party in the anchorage of the Brooklyn Bridge one summer evening and three months later the store was quietly opened. The name changed to Karkula in 2001 and introduced discerning New Yorkers over the next decade to the work of several important designers such as Paola Lenti, Jim Zivic, Monica Castiglioni, Mark Williams, David Weeks, Lindsey Adelman, Gabriella Valenzuela, and other innovative designers and craftspeople.

Reagan Hayes, Suite 903 reaganhayes.com Reagan Hayes, Inc. designs and manufactures high-end furniture for interior design and architecture firms. Each piece in the company’s collection is hand made in Los Angeles with the finest materials, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Upholstered products are built with solid hardwood, eight-way, hand-tied springs and the highest grade, down-wrapped cushions. Tables are made with grain-matched, quarter-sawn veneers and masterfully worked metal features. Whether casting molten metals for sculpted table legs or spending hours preparing and applying bleached walnut veneers, Reagan Hayes products are built to stand the test of time.

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