The Beekman Boys today announced the launch of their new Heirloom Home Collection which will sell exclusively at Bloomingdales. The Fall 2014 collection will include bedding, furniture and rugs, followed by an expanded Spring 2015 line with candles and decorative accessories. Check out previews of the (fabulous) new collection below!
“Our new Heirloom Home Collection embraces both the old and the new, the solid and the soft,” says Josh Kilmer Purcell, co-founder of Beekman 1802. “We love that the pieces are equally at home in a classic townhouse, a modern loft or an historic home. It’s fresh and on trend, yet grounded in past traditions at the same time.”
The collection is signature Beekman 1802® —a modern take on American heirloom design and techniques. The bedding line and furniture pay homage to heritage techniques and vintage designs and reinvents them through eclectic mix of textures, surprising applications of color, intriguing updates to traditional patterns and details. All these characteristics come together to create something truly unique and beautiful — a vision of tomorrow’s heirlooms today.
“We are so excited to work with Bloomingdale’s as our launch partner for this collection of bedding and furniture,” said Brent Ridge, who co-founded Beekman1802 with Purcell. “These pieces are truly heirloom quality, and we know that theBloomingdale’s customer will appreciate the attention to detail and design.”
The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Home Collection will be available in select Bloomingdales stores and online at Bloomingdales.com in mid-November 2014.
About Beekman 1802®
Beekman 1802 was founded by Josh Kilmer Purcell and Brent Ridge, two New York City gents who bought a farm in Sharon Springs, NY and transformed it into a brand when they opened a local store there to sell their own creations as well as those of local artisans. Today, the “Fabulous Beekman Boys” are known around the world in entertainment and design circles and celebrated for their original and beautiful approach to reinventing Americana textiles, furnishings and decorative pieces.