Get a glimpse at what’s new in Arhaus’ fall 2023 collection

BOSTON HEIGHTS, Ohio — Top 100 retailer Arhaus’ Fall 2023 collection features an array of new performance upholsteries, finishes, collections and expansions. It launched in conjunction with its annual style issue, “Embracing Home.”

Several of the collection’s introductions include stain-resistant Crypton Home Performance Velvet.

“Arhaus’ annual style issue is a celebration of what drew me and my father to the world of furniture more than 35 years ago, and the magic of handcrafted design that continues to inspire our company,” said John Reed, Arhaus co-founder and CEO. “Inviting textures, profound comfort, and expressive color palettes and silhouettes are what shape a home’s warmth and personality. Within the pages of ‘Embracing Home’ is the story of our never-ending pursuit of these discoveries that we invite you to share.”

Seating introductions handcrafted in North Carolina include the Keegan and Novoli sectionals, Amira sofa and the Crosley, Mara, and Reyna accent chairs.

The Kipton sofa makes a refreshed debut with wide track arms in a rich nubuck leather, while the Beale Sectional is reimagined in a new curved design for a relaxed aesthetic.

The Polanco collection has now expanded into the bedroom and office, with its mosaic-like surfaces crafted from salvaged fragments of Mexican ash trees and sustainably grown European ash burl applied across a shelter-style bed, nightstand, and executive desk. Additional expansions are presented within the Finnley collection with the introduction of a rich honey wood finish and new offerings including an upholstered bed, extended headboard, and dining table.

Organic materials are featured in the Cormac dining table which celebrates natural walnut and angular lines in unexpected ways, while the oval silhouette of the handcrafted and antique-inspired Tuscany dining table features an 86-inch extension that allows for even more room to gather.

New, modern lighting debuts include Mandoza and Wescott, both featuring glass orb shapes, while Amaya and Arnett present contemporary takes on a classic candelabra silhouette. New print introductions such as Barrow, Charcoal Moon and Sahara showcase eye-catching abstract art.

In step with the debut of its Fall 2023 Collection, Arhaus also introduced Rooted: A Story Uncommon. As the first volume of Storied, a new editorial series sharing the stories and traditions behind Arhaus’ artisan partners and their handcrafted furniture from all corners of the globe, “Rooted” is a tribute to the artistry of Arhaus’ partners in Mexico City.

“Storied represents the chronicles of remarkable craftsmanship and its many hands of tradition, tales too beautiful not to be shared,” said Reed. “‘Rooted’ is the first of many journeys we’re thrilled to take our audience on, one that’s filled with stories of sustaining the old while embracing the new, seeking the unexpected, and finding the beauty in imperfection and honor.”

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