We love this classic shell chair upholstered in Maharam fabric.
It’s always nice to see classic pieces adorn a relaxed and beautiful space.
Check out Tadao Ando’s Dream Chair in April’s House & Home Magazine. And should you look closely, the Serge Mouille 3-Arm Spider Ceiling Lamp and the Twig 2 lights by APPARATUS are featured in the Marlton Hotel. We have those as well:)
Read a little bit more about Rina’s approach to ceramics here.
We have an extensive collection of accessories that range from large sculptural expressions to tiny poetic pieces. We don’t limit our collection to a particular size or material, but each item does have to have that indwelling spirit which makes it beautiful.
The entire Hollace Cluny family consists of over 1300 pieces of art and design curated from around the world. Many items are exclusive to just us. Why do we carry Knoll?
Quoted: “Everything in this space was chosen with scale in mind, including the Serge Mouille Lights which highlight the ceiling and adds drama without being overwhelming” – January’s House & Home: Home of the Month saw our Serge Mouille 3 Arm Spider Ceiling Light front and centre.
Check out our full page ad in January’s House & Home that features the APPARATUS Synapse Light. Each individual fixture is assembled by hand in the Brooklyn studio. So beautiful.
One of the many things that we value here at Hollace Cluny is our partnerships with like-minded people, professionals who love great design as much as we do. Canadian House & Home is one of those partnerships. We are happy that this magazine featured our new showroom in the Style Files section of their January 2014 Trends issue. Thanks, House & Home!
Part of what’s great about change is the new opportunities that it brings. As you know by now, we’ve moved Hollace Cluny from our old home on Yonge Street to our new 4000 sq. ft. space in Designer’s Walk. Leaving Yonge Street was bittersweet — the Hollace Cluny roots ran deep in our beloved Rosedale neighbourhood — but our family of curated furniture, lighting, accessories and objets d’art required a larger home.