Haute Living’s showroom encompasses emerging and international furnishing brands.
Haute Living’s ethos of good design enhancing people’s lives continues to provide the perfect destination for architects, interior designers and home decorating enthusiasts alike. “We attend all of the important design shows abroad, and we invest in and champion the design we discover because design has power. Power in its beauty, power in its functionality, and in many instances, both,” says Nate Ross of Haute Living. “When you visit our showroom, we want you to leave inspired by the power of good design.” The company also provides a range of services including design facilitation; product sourcing; and project management with logistical management, shipping, warehousing and local delivery and installation. Recent projects with their involvement consist of private residences, Ansarada’s Chicago offices, 505 Nashville, the Aurélien and 399 Fremont in San Francisco, among others.
The Haller System by Swiss-based USM is modularity at its finest, adaptable in endless configuration for the home or office.
The gallerylike setting of the showroom has over 90 international decor brands to choose from, as they continually seek out and curate the space with emerging contemporary and modern brands. Browsing Haute Living’s catalog of seating, tables, lighting, storage, flooring, work furniture and accessories, the furnishings represent an extensive selection of styles. “From colorful South American designs to classic contemporary Italian; from Scandinavian modern to exciting new designs out of South Korea, Ukraine, the Netherlands and even right here in the U.S., Haute Living is a celebration of international design,” says Ross. Get inspired and visit the collection online, or set up an appointment to discover the best of contemporary design today.
An ensemble of partitions, tables and hidden compartments, the Taylor sofa by Italian design studio Frigerio can be made in such a way as to be a continuous surprise.