The Jasper Showroom offers the complete Jasper collection of furniture, fabrics and accessories, as well as collections from Michael’s favorite artisans. Together they are all part of the Michael S Smith vocabulary, offering an unprecedented assortment of resources to the design trade.
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Beauvais was founded in 1990 as a gallery dedicated to offering carpets and textiles of historical merit and outstanding decorative appeal. Exploiting our extensive knowledge and appreciation of antique weaving, Beauvais has created a range of new carpets—be it a reproduction of an historical model or an inspired contemporary design—that capture the magical confluence of pattern, color and texture experienced in the best carpets of the past. Each piece is hand-woven in our own proprietary workshops using superlative materials and a focused attention to craftsmanship, resulting in carpets of true character and beauty with the aim of creating a new interpretation of the carpet arts for the 21st century.
Bujosa is a family textile company founded in 1949, producing the typical ikat fabrics from Mallorca, all colours are hand-dyed, using natural fibers such as cotton and linen. The destination of our fabrics is mainly interior decoration, curtains, upholstery, bedcovers, etc. Any design could be reproduced in any colour.
CL Sterling & Son was established in 2001 to produce a range of light fixtures for sale to architects and interior designers. All of our products are conceptualized by Peter Carlson, and are handmade of solid brass at a family-owned factory in Portugal. CL Sterling & Son also works closely with clients to manufacture custom fixtures to specifically suit their needs. Timeless design and elegant simplicity are our hallmarks.
Collier Webb is a collaboration between designer Andrew Webb and artisan Geoff Collier. The Collier family have been involved in important restoration and heritage projects for the last forty years; Andrew trained at Sotheby’s on Bond Street and London’s Pimlico Rd before establishing his own business and product range. Andrew and Geoff’s partnership combines a broad design aesthetic with the finest craftsmanship to produce the highest quality metalwork and lighting.
Elizabeth Dow’s cutting edge and intuitive color sense, inspired both by the natural landscape and the urban environment, translates into sophisticated wallcoverings and fabrics that challenge the aesthetic standard. She has made proprietary technological breakthroughs – new papers, paints, materials, color combinations, fibers, textures, and her own secret formula for glue – changing the industry and the style of work for interior designers and other manufacturers.
Best known for exquisite hand painted scenic wallpapers, Gracie has been a revered design source since 1898. Custom work is a specialty, with almost limitless options available. Gracie operates art studios in New York and China. The firm also offers the finest in handmade simple yet elegant silk, metallic leaf, and paper wallcoverings.
Haskell Antiques was a success from the beginning with much of the inventory coming from local Santa Barbara collections and estates. They specialize in 16th-18th Century Spanish, Italian, Spanish Colonial, Mexican and European Antiques, with a line of reproduction furniture and lighting has quickly become one of the top sources for design professionals.
Jamb has a worldwide reputation for dealing in superior quality antique fireplaces. With our many years of experience, we produce an unparalleled collection of reproductions; marble and stone chimneypieces, fire grates, lighting, garden ornaments and furniture. Our reproduction fireplaces are made by highly skilled craftsmen who use traditional 18th and 19th century techniques and we source the finest antique statuary marble and stone to produce a beautifully authentic appearance. We also offer a bespoke service to architects, designers and interior decorators. Individual orders and special commissions can be undertaken, in addition to practical advice from our own expert draughtsmen, planners and technicians
We call our design philosophy “a well traveled aesthetic” or “disciplined eclecticism.” It not only reflects our personal biographies having lived in asia, africa, and europe, but we believe that all truly interesting houses are a harmonious fusion of various times and places. designs must be thoughtfully composed, but should not look as if they came straight off a showroom floor. Our line has been described as "schizophrenic chic.” We make furniture and objects that are exciting, but do not follow a single design direction. We make what we like and we like a variety of styles, and believe that one could furnish an entire project with our designs and it would not be obvious that the objects came from a single source.
Jed Johnson Home is a natural outgrowth of the renowned interior design firm Jed Johnson Associates. The luxury textiles, furniture and decorative accessories it offers, once obtainable as couture creations for private clients only, are now available to the public though architects and interior design professionals. The hallmark of the collection is enduring quality. From the finely woven silks and textures, to the hand-printed and embroidered linen-cotton blends, the emphasis is always on the design integrity expressed by the skilled hands of respected artists, printers and weavers. The timeless designs transcend stylistic categorization and evoke the mood of restrained opulence.
Fifty years ago John Rosselli opened his first shop in New York City and it immediately became a destination for everyone in the world of design. His name now represents affordable antiques with decorative, even whimsical sense, and his aesthetic based on favorite pieces extends that style to distinctive rooms
Every year Richard Smith creates several collections for editors world-wide. For his own fabrics, Madeaux by Richard Smith, Richard concentrates on a look of under-stated luxury. All of the designs are taken from Richard’s original art-work and many are hand-printed on a variety of exclusive, textured grounds. For example, hand-woven silk noile with a beautiful drape, or a linen and cotton herringbone perfect for upholstery as well as for curtains. This hand crafted, artisanal line is united through a restrained and sophisticated colour palette, and sits perfectly at Michael Smith’s new Jasper showroom.
Mark Albrecht works with as few elements as possible to make a design timeless, functional, and resilient. His appreciation for the sturdy, yet malleable and refined potential of metal as a sculptor led Albrecht to explore designing furniture with steel. Leather, the natural complement to the signature metal framework of his pieces, offers both structural durability, as well as an element of warmth and softness where the pieces come into contact with the body. Each piece of Albrecht’s collection is handmade at his Long Island City studio from the finest quality metals and leather.
MATTHEWS & PARKER is a producer of bench made-to-specification furniture exclusively to the design trade. Each unit we produce is treated as a custom commission. Our artisans and craftsmen coordinate their respective disciplines to produce pieces of rare quality and authenticity. Our focus is purity of line, authenticity of materials, and excellence of finish. We offer a wide range of finishes and strive to accommodate any special requirements. We routinely take custom commissions. All our workrooms are in the Eastern United States. Our style reference is mid-century French and American design. Our focus is on service. We grow through the interaction with our designer clients.
Baltimore, Maryland based McLain Wiesand compares their work to that of the great artisans of the 18th and 19th centuries. Our multitalented team of craftsmen are adept in many areas of the industry, ranging from designing, building, stained finishes, painted finishes, murals, sculpture, and mixed media. These skills can be applied to either wood or metal furnishings. McLain Wiesand brings an artist's eye, a scholar's curiosity, and a collector's fervor to the tradition of creating decorative furnishings.
O.Henry House has been creating beautiful handcrafted upholstered furniture since 1988. Our furniture is bench-crafted by renowned artisans and reflects our unwavering commitment to providing our clients with the finest and most comfortable upholstered furniture. We offer designers and architects an extensive line of more than 250 pieces. We also customize furniture to meet specific requirements, from alterations made to the standard line to made-to-order items.
Robert Kime, uniquely among decorators, has risen to eminence in the profession via antique dealing, textile collecting and an abiding passion for putting rooms together. His three strands of expertise run side by side as he creates decorating schemes for an illustrious, discreet and world-wide clientèle. The current Robert Kime fabric range is acknowledged to be the UK's most inspired, varied and beautiful, by the public and his peers alike. Visit the collection, and see how some of the materials have been used in rooms designed by Robert Kime himself.
For more than twenty years, SCDS has designed bespoke furniture, lighting, and accessories for private commissions. In making these designs a reality, SCDS has developed relationships with artisans, atelier and craftsmen in all corners of the world to create furniture and lighting from rare woods, semi-precious stones, hand-made ceramics by studio-potters and metalwork bench-made by silversmiths. The collection is modern but rooted in the Arts and Crafts movement.
For nearly fifteen years, Soane Britain has been renowned for creating outstanding furniture, lighting and interior necessities and last September the eagerly anticipated Soane Fabrics was launched. All Soane fabrics are handmade in the UK, with the printed fabrics being printed entirely by hand in an old Victorian mill with no machinery or automation involved whatsoever. Each of the designs has been imagined by Soane’s founder Lulu Lytle who has collected antique fabrics and textiles from markets, auctions and overseas travels for many years and has always dreamt of creating fabrics to enrich her upholstered furniture.
Studio Printworks was founded with the philosophy that sophisticated, hand-printed wallpaper adds style and richness to any home, be it city maisonette or rustic country cottage. It is with this ideal in mind that we offer high-style designs from diverse moments, places, and hands. In the spirit of the great 20th Century design masters, and with the talents of fine, contemporary artists we create wallpaper, not as quiet backdrop, but as stimulant for the eye and the soul.
Vanderhurd is the eponymous London and New York City based textile design studio founded by Christine Van Der Hurd in 1981. Vanderhurd's fabrics are hand printed in the countryside of England and hand embroidered by master craftsmen in Rajasthan on Baltic linen, exclusively hand crafted in Lithuania of highest quality pure flax.
Founded in 1983 by Michael and Lucy Vaughan, Vaughan specializes in the design and manufacture of high quality decorative lighting, suitable for both traditional and contemporary interiors at the top end of the market. We offer our clients a huge choice of classic, stylish products with timeless beauty. We are considered the leading source of decorative lighting in the world.