Powell home fashions mixes sparkle and glitz with accent pieces.
The company introduced Foundry, a 11-piece industrial-inspired mix of contemporary design with a throwback throwback
see atavism. to turn-of-the-century assembly lines. The group features handpainted faux-rust treatments along with handpainted wooden tops with handcarved details. The collection includes nesting tables, accent tables, baker's rack, bookshelves, benches, coat and wine racks.
"Our goal is to help the consumer dress up the room with one item," said John Conrad, Powell's senior vice president of merchandising. "We really think we've done that with all of the introductions here at the show."
Black Crackle crackle /crack·le/ (krak´'l) rale. Platinum, also new at the show for Powell, is a collection of mirrored accent furniture that reflects light to brighten the decor. The collection includes plant stands, end tables, consoles and hall chests.
Powell also showed two new collections for the tween tween
A child between middle childhood and adolesence, usually between 8 and 12 years old.
[Blend of teen1 and between.] and teen market: New Albany and Northbridge. New Albany is a campaign-inspired collection in dark walnut finish. Northbridge has a transitional look featuring a proprietary champagne finish with mild distressing for an Old World feel.
Powell's Foundry collection features industrial-inspired designs.powellcompany.com