Harwelden Mansion, the epicenter for the arts in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was the venue for the 2019 Designer Showcase. Local interior designers transformed the interior to benefit the Foundation for Tulsa Schools. Both Kirkendall Design and Matters of Design featured John-Richard pieces in their exceptional rooms.

The lobby of the John-Richard High Point Showroom this April showcased furniture and lighting designs as well as art by Mark McDowell. The visual effect was that of a luxurious penthouse curated by the most culturally refined collector. The combination of warm woods, textural finishes and stunning art motifs on glass, gave a cohesive chicness to the setting

These new introductions had a subtle Asian feel and there are other global influences like the Moroccan patterns on the door fronts of the Almeria Sideboard. The design aesthetic was like an art gallery with complimentary, coveted pieces that are not overly matched. There was a common theme of artistic geometry as seen in the embellishments and rich, sensuous finishes.

John Richard @ Penthouse

Mark McDowell, who designed this lamp exclusively for John-Richard, talks about inspiration and the creative process. Take a moment to enjoy the video that reveals the original idea that culminated in the finished product that was brought to Market.

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