Spotlight: Janus et Cie - Outdoor Living !

Hey . . .

I have the beach on the brain I guess.   Want to share a great line of outdoor furniture I became pry to a few Market's back called Janus et Cie.  I love their well diverse line and was delighted to meet Paul Fogg at their showroom on our last visit to High Point.  Paul is the residential sales specialist who spent some time with us showing off the well made construction, available colors and gorgeous styles all available.  Janus et Cie offers the best in interior and exterior, residential, hospitality, contract and site furnishings.  Their styles add a distinctive look to homes, estates, gardens, country clubs, restaurants, hotels, offices, lobbies, parks, shops and meeting places . . . anywhere !

See in Elle Decor's What's Hot page, Coastal Living, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest's Green Room at the Oscars, Veranda, Luxe and California Homes.  They have won Editor's Choice awards and have been the "go to" for countless designers who want stylish, unique and well made pieces to use both indoor and out.  Their Facebook page is full of their accolades . . . products, information and inspiration.

Janice Feldman, president and CEO of Janus et Cie has been a leader in the design industry since the company's founding for some 35 years ago.  Trained artist and interior designer, she is a visionary in the field of sustainability and material innovation.

Janus et Cie has a very diverse line.  Take a look at a few of my favorites mixed in with a few of my favorite outdoor fabrics, all available at www.lucyandcompany.com.

Inside or out, Janus et Cie offers elegance and timeless style.

above picture compliments of Jan/Feb 2013 Veranda issue

They inventory more than 150,000 pieces in their 175,000 square foot production facility and are ready to ship a single piece or outfit and entire project in a matter of days.  A leader in the industry, their expect staff offers elegant solutions to any design environment.

See the full product line here

Happy Monday . . . and I guess it's time to get back to the office . . . .

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