Elle Décor’s Ingrid Abramovitch interviews designer Richard Frinier in the April 2013 issue of Elle Décor. Thank you, Ingrid!
Wonderful interview with design colleague William Stear. Thank you, Willem! Click through to read the interview and visit Willem’s site — http://tonic-designstudio.com/tonic-talks-richard-frinier/
2012 Interiors & Sources magazine’s
4th Annual Readers’ Choice “Best Products Awards”
Outdoor/Casual Furnishings Category Winner:
DEDON “Orbit” Anniversary Limited Edition designed by Richard Frinier
Interiors & Sources Magazine l Winter 2012
Thank you, Interiors & Sources magazine readers!
High Point Picks | Blue is Back
Stacey Bewkes, founder and creative director of Quintessence blog just returned from a whirlwind trip to the Fall High Point Market - take a look at her blog post and be sure to scroll down to see designs by Brown Jordan, Tadao Inouye and Richard Frinier.
Fabric Focus: Maison et Jardin
When we think of European décor, visions of elegant linens and simple country estates come to mind. Our newest fabric collection – Maison et Jardin from Richard Frinier– suits that aesthetic perfectly. Available through Pindler & Pindler, a leading fabric resource for interior designers, Maison et Jardin features classic linen-weave constructions and coordinating stripes and jacquards. The fabrics are simple, elegant and absolutely breath-taking!
Richard Frinier created the collection to erase the boundaries between indoor and outdoor upholstery. It includes linen constructions in two weights and a duo of sun-washed stripes and four vintage jacquard patterns. Each fabric has a subtly distressed surface texture and has the appearance of a soft, vintage textile. All the fabrics are made of 100% Sunbrella acrylic so their beauty is matched only by the legendary performance of our fabrics.
Are you a fan of luxurious linen textures? You are certain to love Classique, a lighter weight construction similar to traditional linen historically used for fine clothing and table linens. Or consider Vintage, a heavier weight construction with a richness similar to antique linen.
La Mer and La Plage are two stripe patterns with vintage textural surfaces inspired by Frinier’s travels to Mediterranean seaside and coastal villages. The four coordinating jacquard patterns are Fontainebleau (floral motif), Fleur-de-Lis (classically styled lily or iris), Volute (scroll-shaped forms) and Orleans (garden gate pattern.) The fabrics evoke the romantic essence of the countryside of Provence or are ideal for neutral contemporary living spaces.
Interested in seeing the Maison et Jardin Collection? Contact a local interior designer or click here to see it online at the Pindler & Pindler website.
We hope these fabrics help turn your house into a beautiful European estate!
Richard Frinier design visionary, innovator and Sunbrella Partner via http://shine.sunbrella.com/post/25593498952/richard-frinier-design-visionary-innovator-and
Rain or shine, the 2012 New York Design Week carries on …
Visit Brown Jordan in the A+D Building
Monday, May 21 - 6 to 9 pm - Open House
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Richard Frinier Collection for Brown Jordan after the jump.
Cottages & Gardens magazine features Maison Jardin from the Richard Frinier Collection for Century. Click through to see more.
Casual Living magazine designates “Sway” design from the 2012 Richard Frinier Collection for Brown Jordan product of the day during Spring Market.
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