Lexington unveils latest Tommy Bahama Home collection

Key Biscayne offers wood pieces in alder veneers in a light driftwood finish, while upholstered pieces feature bamboo carved wooden bases

HIGH POINT — Within sight of Miami, yet worlds away, the 5-mile-long barrier island of Key Biscayne embodies the classic charm of South Florida, with pristine beaches and palm-lined streets. The island was the largest coconut plantation in the continental U.S. during the first half of the 20th century, and that laid-back West Indies vibe remains today.

Drawing inspiration from this casual and elegant lifestyle, Lexington Home Brands is introducing Key Biscayne, a new collection from Tommy Bahama Home.

“As the Tommy Bahama Home brand enters its 24th year, the strength of the resort category has never been greater,” said Phil Haney, president and chief executive officer of Lexington Home Brands. “What has evolved over time, and especially since the pandemic, is the extent to which refined and sophisticated resort styling resonates with affluent consumers living outside resort areas. Hybrid work and a yearning for travel have caused design choices to be made through the lens of lifestyle rather than physical address. Aspirational living has become the touchstone for today’s interior design, and creating an aesthetic that reflects the casual elegance of destination living has become an imperative. Key Biscayne is a beautiful collection that offers the essence of resort living at home.”

Designs in Key Biscayne are crafted from alder veneers, which are known for their interesting grain characteristics and cathedral veneer patterns. The collection is finished in a light driftwood coloration, highlighting the natural beauty of the wood. Custom
hardware with a stylized bamboo motif is finished in burnished bronze. Tommy Bahama’s signature styling is known for a fusion of unique accent materials. Elements featured in the collection include woven raffia, split rattan, capiz shell, braided abaca, bamboo veneer, honed travertine and white cordova stone.

Upholstered seating designs in Key Biscayne convey the effortless ease of resort living, featuring bamboo carved wooden bases, woven raffia frames and fully upholstered silhouettes with clean architectural lines. Three new color palettes draw inspiration from nature’s hues. The first features organic neutral shades of ivory, earth tones and ebony. The second highlights verdant shades of green, offering a lush botanical interpretation. The third incorporates cracked pepper and warm honey tones for a fresh contemporary perspective. The textile assortment includes abstract palm designs, globally inspired geometrics, bohemian textures, contemporary
embroidered patterns and bold animal prints.

“The Tommy Bahama brand is renowned for its understated yet elegant approach to relaxed resort living,” said Haney. “Key Biscayne delivers on that brand promise with original styling and sophisticated designs that will speak volumes to consumers looking to create spaces where they can retreat, reflect and renew.”

Key Biscaye is being unveiled at the High Point Market in the Lexington Home Brands showroom located at 1300 National Highway. The showroom is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Complimentary parking is available at the showroom campus, and lunch is served daily.

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