Whether someone is trying to impress clients, or simply wants to show guests in their home that they have exceptional taste, high-quality furniture is a superb way to demonstrate both functionality and beauty.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2015
According to an article published November 30th in the New York Times Style Magazine, art exhibitors and gallerists who sell their pieces at art fairs across the country have come to realize that the furniture within their booths may be equally important as the art that they are trying to sell. The authors spoke to several artists, and all of them shared the opinion that the tables and chairs that exhibitors use to provide seating for themselves or customers visiting their booth should be just as visually stunning as the pieces of art surrounding them. As one artist put it, “We believe that if you are showing wonderful things but sitting on plastic chairs, it doesn’t speak highly of your taste level.” According Los Angeles luxury furniture showroom, Naurelle, whether someone is trying to impress clients, or simply wants to show guests in their home that they have exceptional taste, high-quality furniture is a superb way to demonstrate both functionality and beauty.
Kayvan Nahai, Naurelle’s founder and lead designer explains that, while the furniture used in the art fairs detailed by the article is most similar to Naurelle’s Modern collection, he explains that his showroom also features a wide variety of Classic and Traditional pieces. Mr. Nahai explains that the key to successful design is cohesiveness amongst the different elements of the room. He explains that a business or homeowner can select some of the finest pieces of furniture in the world to place in a room, but the brilliance of each piece can be wasted if it does not complement the style of the other pieces. He notes that this is especially pertinent to the story of the art sellers, who need to insure that the furniture used in their booth matches the visual energy of the art.
Mr. Nahai notes that, while matching pieces may be less daunting when using modern furniture pieces, which tend to use geometric shapes and more subtle colors, designers can create something truly imaginative when they explore Naurelle’s Classic and Traditional collections. These pieces provide for intricate detail and artisan craftsmanship to create its noted aesthetic of luxury.
If art sellers were to use Naurelle’s furniture in their booths, Mr. Nahai concludes, their customers may wonder why the chairs and tables are not marked with price tags like the other pieces of art for sale. He explains that, whatever a furniture shopper is looking for, if they have luxury on the mind, they will find something to love at Naurelle. For more information about their current selection of fine furniture, call them today at (323) 852-7007, or browse their selection online at http://www.Naurelle.com.