For over forty years, Jerry Pair has provided architects and interior designers home furnishings of unrivaled beauty and the highest handcrafted quality offered in the industry. With showrooms in New York, Atlanta, and South Florida, we provide designers a premier destination with luxury products under one, trusted name. Our showrooms offer clients superior customer service, expert, personalized attention, and extensive sales road programs for surrounding areas. Whether designing for affluent residences, upscale commercial spaces, resorts, private jets or yachts, the premier designer’s destination remains Jerry Pair.

Jill Sauer, Showroom Director

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The A. Rudin collection of furniture transcends the fashion of the moment, bridging past and future to create a sense of timeless style and luxury. Classic upholstered furniture and casegoods are shaped and refined to compose pieces perfectly suited to today’s elegant interiors.

Inspired by the luminous decorative arts of Europe and Japan during the early twentieth century, Alexander Lamont’s collections of furniture, lighting and accessories are an expression of his dedication to meticulous workmanship, rare materials and an aesthetic taste refined by a life lived between East and West. Long forgotten, hard-won and highly prized skills are evident on every piece, whether surfaced by translucent raw shagreen, slivers of straw marquetry, rich black natural lacquer or hand patinated bronze.

Anne Hauck Collection thrives on providing the highest quality custom designed furnishings, lighting, and accessories styled. Founder, Anne Hauck, collecting fine antiques for nearly a decade prior to launching her collection in 2003.

Few people begin pursuing their passion at the age of six. While in first grade, Austin Kerr refinished his first piece of furniture, which lead to a life-long pursuit of developing his career in the art industry.

“Since 1921, Boyd Lighting has produced innovative and exclusive lighting solutions for interior and exterior use. As a family owned and managed company, they offer a rare combination of exquisite design, elegant engineering, flawless fabrication and finishing, and the notable integrity of personal dependability and support.

Stretch out your hand. Bend a couple of fingers out of sight and what you have left is approximately the number of family owned and operated firms still producing traditionally crafted furniture in America.

Founded in 1987 by Ragna Erwin, Chase Erwin has grown from its UK and Icelandic roots and today has stockists around the globe.

Clay McLaurin established Clay McLaurin Studio in 2013. The business grew from a belief that the environment we live in should be a reflection of your own life and experiences. For Clay this meant bringing his personal discoveries and explorations to life.

The legacy of an ancient art, CONRAD Original Sunshades are today modern classics, specified by designers and architects around the world.

In 2011, a self-taught lighting designer named David Mitchell founded David Alexander Lighting in Oakland, California.

De Gournay was conceived to help designers achieve their perfect interior. Whether making a dinner service, an 18th century settee, a Chinoiserie dining room, or a gold-detailed ceiling. It is with immense knowledge and detail that is the strength of de Gournay.

When Benjamin Ravan founded Décor de Paris in 1995, he wanted to bring some of the beauty he had witnessed throughout his travels to the world of fine textiles and trim.

Founded in 1976 by Nicola Fabrizio, a manager of industrially produced Italian design furniture, together with his wife Elda who has always been passionately fond of fabrics and carpets, Dedar continues to be a family passion even today.

For 50 years, Dennis & Leen has been creating authentic reproductions from its highly noted collection of original 17th & 18th century antiques.

e hallmark of Fisher Weisman, as described in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, is “drop dead, big city chic.” Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman blend unbridled imagination and a unique artistic sensibility with a highly-restrained design approach and attention to detail.

For the past 20 years Formations has been producing fine collections of historically inspired items including lighting, furniture, stone fireplaces, planters and accessories.

The ethos at the heart of Fox Linton is to create understated yet luxurious fabrics sourced from the best British traditions of making fine textiles. Each stage of production is executed by experts in their field using natural yarns and employing processes that are as eco-friendly as possible and that respect a heritage that dates back centuries.

Glant Textiles is the creation of Gary Glant, who grew up surrounded by beautiful design. His childhood home, on the shore of Seattle’s Lake Washington, was filled with the work of Jack Lenor Larsen and other legendary names in design. When he is not traveling the four corners of the world, he lives in Seattle, where he founded Glant Textiles in 1976.

Respect for heritage, sophistication, and luxury has been the standard for Gregorius Pineo since its inception over thirty years ago. Each piece of furniture, lighting, or accessory is produced individually and custom made to order.

Hector Finch has been dealing in antique lighting for over 15 years and although the focus of the business has changed in recent years, he still holds a large stock of antique fittings.

Christopher Hubbard formed Pensare Group, Inc. as a sales agency offering luxury products and services to the interior design community- with a showroom in River North, Chicago, Christopher represented several international luxury brands such as Rug Art and Louis Poulsen.

the late 1980’s, desingers Kate McIntyre and Brad Huntzinger formed Ironies after being unable to find the furnishings they envisioned for their designs.

In 1988 Karin Eaton brought the original creations of Pierre Picard to America. We celebrate a transatlantic partnership that has flourished for over 25 years.

Established in 2006 by President and Owner, Dan Cahoon, Jerry Pair Leather provides professional designers the ultimate selection in high end leathers for residential, commercial, and hospitality projects.

Our fabrics have an extraordinary heritage based on the ideology of one James H. W. Thompson. Jim Thompson was an American architect and art collector born in 1906 and educated at Princeton University.

The Lauren Lachance Collection brings clients the world’s most extraordinary botanical art. It is the largest known collection of its kind.

Founded in 1962 by Luciano in Venice, the brand LUCIANO MARCATO has been from the beginning synonym for luxury and Venetian magnificence. Passionate by the tradition of the Italian style and actualized with innovation and modernity, the French company CASAL takes over the brand in 2010 and decides to put its reliability and know-how at the service of Italian textile producers and designers.

With thirty years’ experience designing fabrics and wallpapers for the world’s most renowned editors, Richard Smith has created his own luxurious collection – Madeaux.

Madeline Stuart is a leading member of the Los Angeles design community whose wide-ranging clientele comes from the entertainment industry and the world of business and finance. Equally at ease designing a 1920’s Hollywood hacienda, a Fifth Avenue Manhattan apartment or a Rocky Mountain retreat, Stuart stresses, above all else, the fundamental marriage of integrity and beauty. Her projects reflect a collaborative relationship between architecture and furniture, function and form, client and designer.

Our fabrics have an extraordinary heritage based on the ideology of one James H. W. Thompson. Jim Thompson was an American architect and art collector born in 1906 and educated at Princeton University.

Nobilis, Latin Nobile, distinguished, tasteful … It was under this name that Adolphe HALARD, founder of the company, in 1928 opened a shop at 29 rue Bonaparte, between the church of Saint Germain-des- Pres and the School of Fine Arts.

If we were to embark on a mission to captivate, beguile and bewitch the world with beautiful things, we would need a constant stream of ideas for all the shapes and forms, and these would be described as beyond fashion; because they should last.

Literally translated from Latin, Quintus means fifth. However, its relation to the word quintessence is where meaning is found for our brand. The word quintessence was first used to describe the substance, the pure essence, of which the heavenly bodies are composed.

Ron Dier began his earlier career as a designer for a custom carpet manufacturer, before drastically changing design paths when he began experimenting in a ceramics studio.

R. Tarlow Antiques opened on the secluded and sun-dappled Melrose Place in Los Angeles in 1976. For those lucky enough to find it, the shop was a sanctuary of impeccable antiques and eclectic pieces chosen from the most exclusive sources.

R. Tarlow Antiques opened on the secluded and sun-dappled Melrose Place in Los Angeles in 1976. For those lucky enough to find it, the shop was a sanctuary of impeccable antiques and eclectic pieces chosen from the most exclusive sources.

For four decades, designers and decorators have sought out Roy Hamilton’s studios in search of one-of-a-kind yet timeless ceramics.

Contrast and dualities are the main concepts developed in the end of 2014 “Black&White moments” catalogue. It embraces the ying and yang, opposite or contrary forces that are actually complementary.

Studio B believes in furniture chosen well rather than often. Founded in 1999 by David Beaton, studio b provides luxury furnishings in Toronto and around the globe.

Material and process. While there are multiple steps in the journey from conception to fabrication, the essence of our approach is to embrace the fundamental characteristics of the stuff at hand — metal, wood, stone …

The Van Gregory & Norton design studio, located in a 19th century artists’ loft in Brooklyn, produces hand-finished custom curtain hardware for the design industry

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