An Icon Celebrates Four

    Icon Interiors, a boutique furniture showroom in West Hollywood, Calif., is celebrating its fourth anniversary with several new collections from emerging and established designers. Owner Stacey Dunaux’s favorite new pieces come from lighting designer Jeremy Cole, whose ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­contemporary line is available at only two locations in the United States. Cole’s Aloe Gold suspension lamp (shown), inspired by the agave plant, is made from ceramic, acrylic, and aluminum with gold finish, and is available in five sizes from $3,800 to $26,000. Dunaux has also chosen several pieces from Italian furniture company Giorgetti, whose woodworking craftsmanship is evidenced by the Dora dining chair: composed of solid beech, covered in saddle leather, and custom made with an ergonomic backrest for $2,300 to $3,240. “I want customers to come here for collections they can’t find anywhere else and to find items that will make their homes complete,” says Dunaux. (www.icon-interiors.com)

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