The Modern Dweller collection by Twin Star Home features decorative metal inlay and recessed hardware with sleek, contemporary design.
Twin-Star International unveiled its new corporate brand Twin Star Home and kicked off the Winter Las Vegas Market with a grand celebration at the Lou Ruvo Center on Saturday, January 27.
In the newly branded Twin Star Home showroom at World Market Center, A-1016, the manufacturer of home furnishings electric fireplaces is launching a range of new home furnishings and overall merchandising strategies in partnership with award-wining designer Jena Hall, including multiple lifestyle collections that enable retailers to broaden appeal and engage consumers, maximize their retail space and drive growth.
“An important part of the evolution of Twin Star Home is bookmarked here at this Winter 2018 Las Vegas Market with the partnership with industry icon Jena Hall and the expansion of our core categories. The expansion is based on consumer research that uniquely positions our company as creators and innovators of multi-functional, design-rich products that fit the way people live, work and play,” said CEO Lori Gonzalez.
At this market, buyers will be introduced to Twin Star Home’s “Lifestyles Idea Rooms,” which are vignettes featuring six distinctive themes and styles, and they will be shown how to present the diverse products that include fireplace, home office, home entertainment and occasional.
“These vignettes are designed to inspire ideas by giving retailers a new way to think about reaching the greatest number of home furnishing consumers and easily capture more decorating dollars,” said Hall. “As a vignette focal point, the fireplace category – often integrated with media and sound – can complement other fashion-forward furnishings within the same style.”
The Swedish Classics collection is inspired by the refined workmanship of the 18th century Swedish craftsmen, and modernized with ActiveLifeTM inside to suit today’s busy household. With emphasis on rosettes, simple carvings, dentil molding and reed paneling, this sophisticated 15-piece collection complements the traditional or transitional home.
Recognizing the popularity of Mid-Century Modern for its timeless functionality, historical charm and aesthetically-pleasing simplicity, Modern Dweller is an eight-piece collection featuring sleek lines and clever designs that are highly adaptable and especially conductive to a minimal home. Keeping things uncluttered is a timeless solution to create a peaceful aesthetic.
Industrial design has a raw, utilitarian aesthetic involving mixed material pieces featuring both wood and rubbed metal furnishings. The new Uptown Loft collection exudes sophistication and warmth into any living area and is inspired by the return of warm neutrals this season as earthy shades of camel, rust and tobacco will edge out cooler neutrals for a more decadent look. The re-introduction of these rich tones makes spaces feel more welcoming and less stark.
Modern forms, multifunctional design and upscale accents come to life in the Don’t Fret collection. Inspired by patterns found in areas from architecture to fabrics, the unique 12-piece collection features ornate, metallic accents in every piece. With ActiveLifeTM inside, these pieces can be used in a variety of configurations and in multiple rooms. The light and airy look lends a great contrast and subtle edge to otherwise classic designs, often allowing other design elements to shine.
Two collections perfect for small spaces are Genevieve and Ashford. Genevieve is transitional home office group with a deep smoke gray finish and features the signature design detail of a circular modern fret. The casual collection includes a motion desk with ActiveLifeTM and a decorative multipurpose bookcase. The Ashford collection boasts many innovative features and a sporty gray and white finish punctuated with a yellow desk chair and friends seating.
Twin Star Home’s products offer custom finishes, specialty hardware, power and Bluetooth-enabled capabilities and multifunctionality.
In addition to the new lifestyle collections, the collaboration with Hall includes a consumer-facing blog authored by Hall on decorating with Twin Star Home products, based on her experience as a successful syndicated interior design columnist. The blog, which will debut in the spring, will also enhance Twin Star Home’s social media content strategy.
Consumer Insights Drive Development
The new offerings from Twin Star Home are a result of the company’s unprecedented investment in customer intelligence — gathering and analyzing consumer data to help understand their lifestyle and behavior as they relate to how they live, work, and entertain in their home as well as shop and buy.
“Consumer insights have enabled us to take a laser-focused look from the consumer’s perspective,” said Lisa Cody, Twin Star Home’s Vice President of Marketing. “And that has given rise to Twin Star Home’s new approach to product development, enhanced product detail information and commitment to delivering strong, educated sales support and partnerships to our retailers.”
She added, “Our intention with the extensive research is that it is an on-going activity to keep a finger on the pulse of the consumer, which means we continue to look at the information we gather and understand what is relevant to consumers. Our mindset is longevity with an enduring brand for the way consumers live.”
More about Twin-Star International: Established in 1996, Twin-Star International, Inc. of Delray Beach, Fla. is an award-winning manufacturer of home furnishings, including electric fireplaces and furniture, many with integrated media solutions. Twin-Star combines the latest trends with consumer-driven innovation and design-rich style to create lasting products that enhance consumers’ lives. Twin-Star is recognized for its trusted national brands: Twin Star Home, ClassicFlame, Duraflame, Bell’O, Tresanti and ChimneyFree. For more information, visit www.twinstarhome.com.
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