The Amanda Nisbet Collection features the Cielo Dining Chair. Our Danieli Chandelier reflects light in the antiqued mirrors of a set of Sevigne Screen PanelsA pair of our Melbourne Daybeds rest next to a Fantome Coffee Table with a Toulon Settee and Fantome Side Table poolsideOur Florian Chandelier sparkles above a pair of Chinoiserie Tulipieres in this sunroom designed by Bradshaw Orrell InteriorsA set of our Elgin Side Chairs surround the Tissage Dining Table with our Danish Commode in the background
What’s New What’s Next – What is the New Transitional?
Join us at the New York Design Center on September 18th for the sixth annual What’s New, What’s Next, a showcase of new ideas, materials, and products. Beginning at 2:00pm, attendees are welcome to attend presentations, book signings, and panel…
"...I worked 18 to 20 hours per day, pretty much worked around clock. I'd lie on the floor and pass out every four hours. I had to do it and did it for 10 years. It's taken a toll. I never stop designing. It's a subconscious thing, which is a good way to design and a good place to solve a lot of problems..."
Niermann Weeks designs borrow elements from the past and reinterprets them to fit current lifestyles, aesthetically relating to both traditional and contemporary interiors. All designs are available at through-the-trade designer showrooms in the USA and Canada.