• Powell Slaughter

David Brian Sanders launches namesake furniture line

LAS VEGAS — Los Angeles interior designer and television personality David Brian Sanders is launching a new collection of furniture at this week’s Las Vegas Market.

Stella credenzaThe Stella credenza is among the case pieces in David Brian Sanders’ new line.
David Brian Sanders: The Collection debuts in space B-200-2. The initial round of product includes 12 customizable pieces for the living room, dining room and bedroom.

“My whole goal was to design, produce and offer quality, elegant and affordable goods that are accessible to everyone,” Sanders said.

Sanders’ work has been featured in publications such as Traditional Home, Renovation Style and the Los Angeles Times. He is the host of FYI channel’s “House vs. House” and he has been featured on television programs such as HGTV’s “House Hunters’ Renovation” and the Sundance Channel’s “Lazy Environmentalist.” He also has a home-fragrance line, David Brian Sanders Private Collection.

The first furniture collection includes seating, tables and case goods in natural walnut with modern silhouettes and clean lines, many featuring high-gloss lacquer accents in customizable colors and finishes including gold and silver leaf.

The first collection was inspired by Sanders’ grandmother Stella, who epitomized elegance and style for him in his youth.

“My grandmother was the one who taught me about the finer things in life,” Sanders said. “She came from humble roots but turned her life into a classy, sophisticated and glamorous adventure.”

The Stella credenza and media console feature high-gloss lacquer legs and drawer interiors. The Stella dining table has a walnut base and customizable natural marble top. A customizable shelving unit can change shapes to function as a traditional bookcase or a room divider. A curated selection of accessories, including tabletop items, woven baskets and lacquered trays rounds out the collection.

Powell SlaughterPowell Slaughter | Senior Editor

I'm Powell Slaughter, senior editor at Furniture/Today. I returned to the publication in January 2015 after nine years of writing about furniture retail strategies and best practices at a monthly magazine focusing on home furnishings retail operations. Prior to that, I spent 10 years with F/T covering wood furniture, the last five of those as case goods editor. While I cover occasional, home entertainment and home office here, a major responsibility is expanding our attention to the logistics side of the industry. I hope my articles will encourage a dialogue with retailers, vendors, third-party logistics specialists and carriers. I’d love to hear your ideas, concerns and suggestions for smoother flow of material and goods.


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