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13 New Sectional Sofas That Provide Bespoke Perks at a Fraction of the Cost

- 07 June 2019
Larsen Bisectional Sofa by Bobby Berk for A.R.T. Furniture Part of a debut collection, this new piece by Bobby Berk for A.R.T. Furniture prioritizes function for urban living and small spaces without sacrificing quality or style. The Larsen features an ottoman and chaise cushion that can be placed either on the right- or left-hand side of the sofa. Upholstered in a luxe bouclé, the piece comes finished with bolster cushions that add a more polished look.

Read entire article on: Architectural Digest

13 New Sectional Sofas That Provide Bespoke Perks at a Fraction of the Cost
13 New Sectional Sofas That Provide Bespoke Perks at a Fraction of the Cost
- 07 June 2019
13 New Sectional Sofas That Provide Bespoke Perks at a Fraction of the Cost

Read entire article on: Architectural Digest

The Fascinating Reason Bobby Berk Stores Books This Way on Queer Eye

- 09 May 2019
If, like us, you’re a Queer Eye superfan (and really, how could you not be?), you undoubtedly have marveled at resident designer Bobby Berk’s near-magical ability to transform a dilapidated space into a fresh, modern one in mere days. Berk’s signature is a kind of casual, relaxed, modern interior, veering more minimalist than maximalist. His work has drawn enough acclaim that the designer will debut his own furniture line, with ART furniture, this fall, so fans can get a bit of Bobby’s touch in their own homes—even if they don’t make it onto Queer Eye. While I live in constant awe of Berk’s quick skill, there’s one aspect of the interiors shown on the show that has always grated me (so much so that I even wrote a whole story about it; well, sort of). Why, I wonder, did Berk give in to the absolutely preposterous trend of storing books with their spines facing backwards? No degree of minimalist aesthetic merits such inane, impractical storage, in my humble opinion. Well, luckily for me, Bobby gave me an answer yesterday, while participating in a panel in Los Angeles. As it turns out, Bobby himself can’t stand the trend either (yas, henny!) but is required to do so for filming, thanks to the strict legal regulations around film and TV sets. “The only reason I do that on the show is because I couldn’t get all the books cleared by the authors,” Berk revealed. Uncleared tomes, then, had to appear spine-in on camera—or else not appear at all. So there you have it; Bobby, you’re officially back on our good side.

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

The Fascinating Reason Bobby Berk Stores Books This Way on Queer Eye
The Fascinating Reason Bobby Berk Stores Books This Way on Queer Eye
- 09 May 2019
The Fascinating Reason Bobby Berk Stores Books This Way on Queer Eye

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

Designer Bobby Berk On His Humble Beginnings, New L.A. Home And Filming ‘Queer Eye’ In Japan

- 29 May 2019
Fast forward to 2019 and the stylish innovator—who recently launched a new collection created in collaboration with A.R.T. Furniture—is taking on dozens of design projects a year and managing a staff of nine from his new base in Los Feliz, where the couple bought a new house last December. “I moved to L.A. for the house on the hill with the pool and the view,” he says. “I felt like I wanted space and quiet, and this encompasses all of that.”

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

Designer Bobby Berk On His Humble Beginnings, New L.A. Home And Filming ‘Queer Eye’ In Japan
Designer Bobby Berk On His Humble Beginnings, New L.A. Home And Filming ‘Queer Eye’ In Japan
- 29 May 2019
Designer Bobby Berk On His Humble Beginnings, New L.A. Home And Filming ‘Queer Eye’ In Japan

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

Courtney McLeod Identifies The Top Trends Of 2019 (So Far)

- 26 June 2019
Bauer Bar Cabinet | Bobby Berk For A.R.T. Furniture “I love all things cane – and this piece showcases it beautifully with an updated blend of early 20th century Viennese design and midcentury styling.”

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

Courtney McLeod Identifies The Top Trends Of 2019 (So Far)
Courtney McLeod Identifies The Top Trends Of 2019 (So Far)
- 26 June 2019
Courtney McLeod Identifies The Top Trends Of 2019 (So Far)

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Announces New Partnership with A.R.T Furniture

- 01 April 2019
Last week at High Point Market, the largest home furnishings industry trade show in the world, all eyes will be on Netflix’s award-winning Queer Eye design guru Bobby Berk. Bobby’s furniture collection in partnership with A.R.T Furniture, a Markor company known for quality construction and its ability to craft artisan finishes, is set to make its grand debut, showcasing authentic design and timeless style. The new collection featuring a wide range of pieces for bedroom, dining room, living room and outdoor living environments stuns with beautiful and versatile pieces. The furniture reflects the evolution of design that has never failed to inspire the award winning designer. Incorporating a mid-century aesthetic with a nod to Art Deco and Parisian style, this minimalist collection is able to capture attention with textural elements and personal expression. With clean lines and dark accents, these pieces are multifunctional that can be used in a variety of spaces, adding a sense of sophistication to any room. As a member of the Fab Five, Bobby has transformed people's lives and living spaces. And now with his new collection, you can bring a piece of that transformation to your own home with the Bobby Berk for A.R.T. collection, which will be made available to consumers in Fall 2019.

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Announces New Partnership with A.R.T Furniture
Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Announces New Partnership with A.R.T Furniture
- 01 April 2019
Queer Eye's Bobby Berk Announces New Partnership with A.R.T Furniture

Read the entire article on: Aspire Design and Home

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