Located in the heart of New York City's Lower East Side, Rivington Street is famous for being home to the best live music venues and for being the epicenter of the 'going out scene' in Manhattan. Tapping into the cool and quintesentially New York style of its namesake, the Rivington Line uses black and white materials to create a chic and clean look. Although the colors may be classic and stark, the textures are not. Using soft wood finishes, juxtaposed with black and white accents that have been polished to a high gloss, Rivington is anything but boring. This is not your standard black and white salon furniture; they are rich and elegant and edgy and the definition of modern. Each piece is hand crafted in the USA.
The Park Avenue line was inspired by the most legendary street in New York City. Elegant and timeless, these pieces of furniture call to mind the Upper East Side's famously sophisticated and classic style. Using a high gloss white finish, this line will keep your salon looking light and bright, but the accents of cherry wood give it a traditional and expensive finish. Chrome accents and small blue details finish the look.
Crosby Street is named after one of the chicest shopping street in downtown Manhattan. New York City's SoHo neighborhood is feminine, fashionable and sophisticated. The Millard Collection's Crosby Street line is light, with lots of high gloss white, which is balanced by a soft "cracked sand" textured accent. Satin brass hardware feels like jewelry and finishes the pieces perfectly.
Bedford Avenue uses materials popularized in Williamsburg, Brooklyn - a New York City neighborhood made famous through the birth of the "hipster" style. This collection taps into this fashion trend through its use of raw wood, rough cement countertops, and hand welded metal. Touches of white throughout the collection will keep your salon looking chic and airy. Like all Millard Collection lines, Bedford Avenue is entirely built in the USA.