Atlanta, Georgia 2022-05-23 17:48:18 –
Based in New York TOV furniture debut Voice collection— Featuring designs by prominent black designers, including Atlantans Erica Ward When Justin Q. Williams— At the high point spring market in April.Other contributors Carmeon Hamilton, Nile Johnson, Don Ricardo MassenbergWhen Nicole White..
“We are thrilled to be working with six well-known black designers across the United States,” says Chaya Crinky, who founded TOV Furniture in 2013 with her husband Bruce. “Erica Ward and Justin Q. Williams are strong leaders in the design industry and their unique contribution to this TOV collection is everything we wanted.”
“It’s a great honor to be part of a TOV campaign that emphasizes furniture design from a cultural perspective and a black designer perspective,” says Ward. “The work we created only scooped the surface of the width and depth of our work, but it was certainly a beautiful beginning. The TOV brand made both a statement and a financial investment. , Really solidified their commitment to amplify our voice. We couldn’t thank you any more. “
Since launching in 2006, Ward has expanded to work with clients across the country.She is a spokesperson and brand ambassador for ADAC Atlanta, High Point Markets, Home Depot, etc. and has recently been a member of NBC. Open house Series — She says she is most proud of her role as wife of her husband Chris and the mother of five children.
Ward has created two elegant pieces for the voice collection. Named after her daughter Brooke, the Brooke Espresso Walnut Dresser combines a natural wood finish with acacia and a sophisticated accent inset. The other is a four-poster king-sized bed, named after her daughter Ava, with a faux suede headboard, acacia wood construction, and modern metal stanchions.
“The TOV project was a great opportunity to bend the muscles of my design as it relates to custom pieces for mass production. It combines the timeless classic design mantra with the adventurous and current aesthetics of TOV. I was able to carefully consider designing an affordable piece. I couldn’t look at my piece and put a date stamp on it, “Ward said. Atlanta..
Williams recently appeared on HGTV Design Star: Next GenerationWas inspired by his parents who encouraged an interest in design when he grew up in Alabama. He created four works for the Voice Collection. Each piece is named after the family and reflects their individuality. According to Williams, the gorgeous Jesse Sectional praises his grandfather, a typical gentleman, who is always well organized and stylish. Named after Williams’ father, the Van Accent Chair is a minimalist yet classic with tufts of velvet or vegan leather and a polished gold stainless steel frame. Williams praised his mother for using his own abstract patterned fabric on the crystal chair. He says his mother has always been a charismatic party life. Finally, his Alon Media Console gets its name and espresso shade from Williams’ Standard Poodle, and the brass legs and door pulls reflect the gold accents from Aaron’s collar.
“The TOV Voice collection is a long-deferred initiative, and the name“ Voice ”is all about it,” says Williams. “This collection emphasizes industry representations that talented designers often overlook or underestimate. This initiative means the world to me. I myself enjoy it. It’s been overlooked after double the effort to create beautiful spaces and content. It’s a wonderful moment to be truly grateful. “