Los Angeles-based Rose Tarlow, of Rose Tarlow Melrose House, is officially partnering with Texas-brand Sutherland on two new furniture collections and a range of high-performance textiles for the Perennials brand.
The furniture is made of sustainable teak and the fabrics of 100% solution-dyed acrylic to ensure soil, mildew and UV resistance. The 70 fabrics come in five colorways. Cat's Cradle, pictured above, features state-of-the-art cording for performance and comfort.
"Rose and I have always appreciated fine quality and design," David Sutherland, CEO of David Sutherland Inc. says, "Our collaboration reinforces our commitment to both of these elements and brings us together again after many years."
The collections are on view at the David Sutherland showrooms and at RTMH's flagship showrooms in NYC and L.A.
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