REFRESH YOUR HOME WITH HUNDREDS OF NEW STYLES FROM ARHAUS

 

Warmer temperatures and fragrant air breathes new life in our homes. We open windows. We begin to go outdoors. We may plant seeds or start a new project. The arrival of spring seems to always bring with it a sense of new opportunity and fresh beginnings. A chance to begin anew. A fresh start. And sometimes, the opportunity to take the things we love and make them even better.

 

For our May catalog, we’re encouraging everyone to take what they love about their home and refresh it for the season. Maybe it’s adding an accent chair in a corner or swapping out the pillows on their sofa. Maybe it’s changing out an individual piece or completely redecorating a room.

 

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CELEBRATING SUSTAINABILITY ON EARTH DAY

When John Reed and his father started Arhaus almost three decades ago, they made a commitment to the Earth’s resources. They’ve grown their business on developing unique, functional pieces from recycled natural resources—recycling copper into tabletops, harvesting tree roots and transforming them into chairs, and constructing live-edge masterpieces out of lumber that would otherwise be mulched.

 

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OUR OUTDOOR PIECES TAKE A CUE FROM NATURE

 

When it comes to the great outdoors, sometimes it’s hard to choose what we want our look to be. When we look outside, there’s plenty of variation—grass, flowers, stone and water. For our 2016 Outdoor Collection, we took a hint from Mother Nature and mixed things up: rather than keeping one cohesive look for our outdoor living area, we’re mixing materials (both natural and man-made) to create a look that’s as unique as the style we’ve set inside.

 

Our newest collection makes it easy to find the look you want with a combination of all-weather materials, including aluminum, wicker, upholstery and more. New for us this year is Teak, a resilient wood that not only stands up to the elements, but looks better with age. Leave it outside all year round and soon enough your piece will develop a rich patina that highlights the wood’s grain and takes on a metallic sheen.

 

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