In the spirit of summer holidays like Memorial Day and Independence Day, we decided to pay homage to a few of our favorite American designers, and thank them for sharing their inspiration with all of us.
When talking American designers, no name is more recognizable than Ralph Lauren. He truly redefined American style. Lauren’s classic designs integrate into every lifestyle from country, traditional, and our personal favorite…a clean, coastal style. His traditional blue & white designs in fabrics and home accessories remain timeless, yet fresh. In design, simply saying it’s very “Ralph” gives a vision that everyone understands. We are proud to be a Ralph Lauren dealer and have the opportunity to feature his great American Style in many of our designs.
Barclay Butera has based his career on a passion for beautiful yet livable design. Butera is based in Los Angeles, and has a distinctive signature style. It is classic with a french twist that is flawlessly integrated into traditional, transitional and contemporary interiors alike. It’s a brand that resonates with us and our customers.
AERIN a global luxury lifestyle brand inspired by the signature style of it’s founder, Aerin Lauder. Based on the premise that living beautifully should be effortless, the brand develops curated collections in the worlds of beauty, fashion accessories and home decor. Classic, but always with a modern point of view. The Pineapple Girls love her luxury home decor pieces, and incorporating them into our design projects, as well as our retail store.
A Pineapple Girls favorite, Robshaw is a textile designer with a passion for art, gathering ideas, techniques and unique perspectives from a myriad of world travels. He studied traditional block printing in China, printmaking in Rome and fell in love with the fabric making traditions of local artisans during a trip to India. John Robshaw designs fit seamlessly into our coastal style and we look forward to his new introductions at every market.
We love his sense of fun and distinct style of “Modern American Glamour”. He recently brought his talents to our neck of the woods with design of the Eau Hotel & Spa in Manalapan, Florida.