Lexington's mirage shines in the desert.
Lexington made a modern statement in Las Vegas with its new Mirage collection. Featuring rich sable finishes and decorative bases of polished stainless steel, designs reflected refined metropolitan styling.
One of the most dramatic pieces in the sophisticated collection is a 42-inch decorative mirror with radiating stainless blades inspired by the turbofan of a Rolls Royce jet engine. A gentleman's chest features Mappa Burl drawer fronts behind back-lit glass doors. The centerpiece of the collection is the Audrey Sofa, with supple ivory leather with legs of metallic silver.
"Consumer preferences today are clearly trending to a modern design perspective," said Phil Haney, president and CEO of Lexington Home Brands. "Their view of contemporary home furnishings lends emphasis to strong, clean lines, finishes that embrace the character and quality of the wood, and the use of metal accents whose sparkle punctuates the look."
Lexington also showed its Henry Link branded offerings at the Vegas market for the first time. The Henry Link brand reflects the "design and discovery of unique and distinctive items from the far corners of the globe, ranging from the timeless to the exotic," the company said. The collection, comprised of more than 180 pieces, is made of materials including marble, penn shell, aged metal, bamboo, rattan, and exotic skins.
Mirage from Lexington features metropolitan styling and contemparary lines.lexington.com