For Fall

Things We Love

From mahoganies to caramels, this season we’re gravitating towards all things warm. Add a cozy sense to any environment through fabrics, rugs, furniture and accessories in this inviting and calm palette.

Three Houses by Rose Tarlow

One of David Sutherland’s current favorites and a must-read on our list is Three Houses by Rose Tarlow. Inspired by memories of her beloved California childhood home Windrift, lost in a fire in 1970, renowned designer Rose Tarlow showcases her three current family homes.

Our new Hi ‘N Dri vegan leather collection is soft, durable and easy to clean. This sophisticated and sustainable alternative to animal-based products is available in nine colorways. We are loving these warm neutrals.

A Well Dress Home

Emily Hewett founder of A Well Dressed Home in Dallas, Texas recently completed her gorgeous new home. When it came to the entryway and staircase, her design team had a specific plan in mind and collaborated with our Perennials team to develop this beautiful custom stair runner. The staircase has casual elements like white risers and oak treads, accented with brass details and the crisply tailored runner. Read more on our Design Deep Dive with A Well Dressed Home.

Cuddle Up Brushed Throw

Perennials luxury, performance throws combine incredible design, uncompromising luxury and worry-free performance. For chilly Fall evenings, our Cuddle Up Brushed Throw in our Beach colorway provides incredible softness and warmth. Whether shopping for a holiday gift or to enjoy in your own home, our performance throws are in stock and ready to go.

Sutherland Tucroma 316 Dining Arm Chair

New this Fall from Sutherland is the Tucroma 316 Dining Arm chair. Originally design in 1969 by Italian architect Guido Faleschini, the Tucroma chair is revered as the dining chair most coveted by designers around the globe. Sutherland is honored to collaborate with licensed Tucroma manufacturer i4Mariani to produce an outdoor version of this famed design.

Also on our reading list is our first-ever Perennials magazine, The Spill. The publication is filled with client projects, behind the scenes stories and company news. A must-read for interior designers, architects, and those inspired by beautiful design.