Restoration Hardware has introduced its Fall 2016 Interiors Collection as three dedicated source books: RH Interiors, RH Lighting and RH Rugs.
In addition, the company announced that RH Galleries across the United States and Canada are undergoing a redesign to feature the brand’s latest business concepts, RH Modern and RH Design Atelier. RH Modern showcases fresh contemporary styles while Atelier emerges as an integrated workroom where guests can consider and design their entire home.
At more than 1,100 pages combined, the source books have been reworked by art director Fabien Baron to present a fresh and contemporary point of view, according to RH. The fall publication features a new logo, as well as fresh photography and layouts, and collection introductions defined by simple forms, rich textures, lux materials and tailored silhouettes, RH noted.
“We are proud to unveil a dramatic new design of our RH Interiors Source Books, a continued collaboration with Fabien Baron, who designed our RH Modern Source Book last fall. The design supports our quest to unite and integrate the ideas of the most forward-thinking people in our industry. The many designers, artisans, architects and manufacturers highlighted throughout the pages of our latest source books are challenging conventional wisdom, breaking down stylistic barriers and contributing to an evolving conversation of a new and inspiring way to live,” said RH chairman and CEO Gary Friedman, in announcing the source book launch.