January 8, 2019
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Four Hands Product Development Team’s Top Styles of 2018

Functional features, fresh textures and novel material mixes readied hundreds of designs for their 2018 debut. See which styles topped each of our Product Development team’s list of new favorites.

Stylish entryways are a big design focus for 2019, and the Baylor speaks to that trend while maximizing storage, so it’s the best of both worlds.

Adam Dunn
Creative Director

Cane’s modern update, this piece is packed with details, like its small-scale hardware and ski-base legs.

Nina Venice
Product Developer

Curved and cushioned with weather-friendly fabric, this chaise is perfect for cuddling or laying out in pairs.

Jessica Green
Director of Upholstery
Lauren DuBois 2018 Pick, Caruth Coffee Table

Caruth Coffee Table

The Caruth is so sculptural, its blend of nickel and marble's tonal greys presents an eye-catching material mix.

Lauren DuBois
Product Development Manager

It took nearly one year for me to engineer the Emmett’s frame and sit to such precision… A true labor of love.

Rick Lovegrove
Vice President, Product Services Group

I love the dichotomy in this image – the grit of graffiti art elevated with a positive message.

Aaron Lofton
Product Development Manager

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