When you find yourself at the pinnacle, how do you continue to reward yourself beyond what even you thought was possible?
One way is to surround yourself with elegant, stylish, and sexy furnishings for your nest.
Who better to depend on to fill such a tall order? One excellent choice is none other than famed Christopher Guy.
Styling contemporary masterpieces inspired by the sophisticated lines of one of nature’s most beautiful creations;
the female form. It is those creations which define the signature of Christopher Guy.
As Brass Ring magazine contributor writer I was privileged to be invited to a joint event at the Las Vegas Design Center with Towbin Motorcars showcasing the newest Bentley and Rolls Royce vehicles and fabulous couture gowns from David Tupaz. The setting for the event was provided by the grand showroom of Christopher Guy.
Director of Sales, Ana Maria-Hester was extremely gracious in escorting me on a tour of the facility as well as painting a luxuriously rich picture of the history and source of his inspiration. I’ll elaborate on his design in a moment.
Regarding the furnishings, each one is hand-crafted from indigenous mahogany by skilled artisan craftsmen in an ultra-modern factory on the Indonesian island of Java.
From design, prototype construction, fabric and pattern creations, and shipping, all aspects of the process are tightly controlled to maintain the highest quality by Christopher himself.
Let’s talk about inspiration for design. When a furnishing captures one’s attention, the phrase, “beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder” becomes quite resonant. The more one circles and gazes at a piece, the more one realizes the similarities between it and the female form. From crossed legs to inviting curves, the subtlety in comparison becomes apparent. The photos here invite you
to judge for yourself.
Not strictly limited to this particular aspect of inspiration, one merely needs to open one’s mind to see the comparisons between his art and nature. From rays of the sun to something as simple and germane as an apostrophe. It’s almost like walking an art gallery. One could gaze at a piece for minutes and not be sure of why, until that moment when recognition hits.
That’s what makes his furnishings so awesome to own. They actually can spark a colorful and informative conversation…and who knows where such a conversation might lead.
To learn more about the entire line and fascinating manufacturing process of a Christopher Guy product, please visit their site online at: ChristopherGuy.com