American Leather’s Aaron Lands Best of Year Award in Accent Seating
Interior Design Magazine Presents Best Of Year Awards During Celebration in NYC
NEW YORK – American Leather, a leading furniture supplier to the hospitality, contract and residential markets, received an Interior Design Magazine Best of Year Award (BOY,) the preeminent design competition recognizing superior interior design products and projects. Aaron captured top honors in the accent seating category.
Qualified interior designers and architects selected BOY Product Design finalists during a two-week period in October via an online vote, and category winners were determined by a jury of leading architects and designers. According to Interior Design Magazine officials, the 9th Annual BOY program experienced record-breaking numbers with more than 2,000 product submissions – a growth of more 60 percent in the last two years. The product voting site experienced a 50 percent increase in number of unique visitors with 600,000 page views and 60,000 votes.
Nearly one thousand people from the design community attended the BOY awards celebration hosted by Cindy Allen, Interior Design Magazine’s editor in chief and Mark Strauss, the magazine’s president and publisher, on December 4, 2014, at the IAC Building in New York City.
Inspired by Danish modern influences, the Aaron chair is sure to be a statement piece for any room. The solid walnut base cradling the contoured, comfortable frame makes Aaron breathtaking at every angle. With subtle curves and refined style, this accent can easily be paired with several different styles.
About American Leather
For more than 20 years, American Leather has expertly blended refined design, meticulous craftsmanship and operational excellence to provide beautiful and durable furniture from its Dallas factory. American Leather uses Cutting Edge™, a computerized, automated system that utilizes video cameras and lasers in both leather and frame fabrication. This innovative technology provides superior accuracy and reliability over other fabrication methods and allows the company to offer handcrafted furniture with lead times that are much shorter than industry standards.