SAN SIMEON, Calif.–The first licensed furniture inspired by Hearst Castle will be introduced at the upcoming High Point Market in North Carolina.
Habersham will unveil a line of 25 hand-painted furniture pieces. Meanwhile, Tilevera will release its newly designed ranges with hand-painted marble tiles, bronze tiles and stone inspired by Hearst Castle.
These complement Hearst Castle Collection fabrics designed and produced by Pindler & Pindler and Hearst Castle lighting, lamps, decorative mirrors and ceiling fans from The Minka Group and its Ambience division. In the fall, decorative accessories inspired by the estate will be introduced by new licensee Castilian. Other licensees in other categories have yet to be named, according to a statement from the company.
The Hearst Castle, a 165-room estate built by William Randolph Hearst, is a California State Historical Monument.