Carlyle Collective

American
In the world of contemporary interior design, Jordan Carlyle epitomizes modern elegance at its finest. The Alabama born designer gravitated towards all things beautiful since he was a child. After working for an antique dealer, Carlyle began his career as a visual artist — forming Carlyle Fine Art in 2005. Recognizing his talent, Crate & Barrel/ Cb2 featured his Pop Art inspired work in stores nationwide. A successful home accessory line — sold exclusively at London’s Harrods and Harvey Nichols department stores — soon followed. For his next venture, Jordan formed Carlyle Collective, a curated furniture line featuring his own designs as well as other designers’ work. In 2007, the innovator opened Carlyle Designs — a firm specializing in international residential and commercial spaces. 
 
Carlyle Designs has become synonymous with the designer’s luxurious aesthetic as well as his meticulous attention to detail. An eclectic mix of elegant, clean lines and sleek, monochrome schemes with pops of rich color, bespoke bronze and gold detailing mixed with antique pieces — Carlyle interweaves old and new world for a decidedly modern finish. Working closely with his clients to diffuse their personalities within each project, the designer guides them towards unexpected possibilities of beauty. Carlyle has designed two record selling townhouses in New York City as well as the first residential development in Bridgehampton, consisting of 35 exclusive homes. In addition, the sought out designer has completed projects in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., the Hamptons, Long Island, and Miami.
 
COLLECTIVE DESCRIPTION
Carlyle Collective is a multi-brand online-only showroom that is known for its curated boutique collection by designers from all over the world. Inspired by travel and international influences, our collection of furnishings set us apart through a strong focus on craftsmanship and unique design. There are many customizable options within the collection to suit your every design need.
 
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