Black Friday Sales, Slade Hooton Hall, and Adam Charlap Hyman for Sprezz

Happy Thanksgiving and welcome to TGP Tidbits where we round up the happenings and our musings of the design industry each week. This week we take a look at Black Friday sales currently underway, Slade Hooton Hall for sale, and the Adam Charlap Hyman collection for Sprezz. Written by Natalie Aldridge.

Black Friday Sales

Black Friday sales started early this year, and The Glam Pad always enjoys bringing you our favorite finds… Click here to shop our comprehensive list! A few highlights below…

Image (and tableware) via The Avenue by Lyndsey Zorich

Slade Hooton Hall

At The Glam Pad, we thrive on uncovering architectural gems with rich histories and captivating interiors. Nothing gives us more joy than stumbling upon an architectural gem with fascinating history and interiors. One such discovery is Slade Hooton Hall in South Yorkshire, UK, a fascinating estate commissioned by John Mirfin—Sheriff of London and later Lord Mayor, and built in 1698.

Images Courtesy of Inigo.
Crafted from local limestone and crowned with a Cornish slate roof, the estate is enduringly elegant with a symmetrical façade. Inside the estate, original features such as bolection-moulded door architraves, fireplace surrounds, and cornicing adorned with 20th-century paintings give the home a unique and very cozy charm. One could almost imagine curling up near the roaring fireplace with a lovely novel.
Throughout the hall’s many decades of existence, its original details have been thoughtfully preserved and maintained. Through documentation like a found 1720 sketch by Yorkshire artist Samuel Buck, showing the gatepiers and a stable at the back of the property, original details of the home have been able to be restored and rebuilt over time. Slade Hooton Hall is a truly magnificent property waiting for a lucky someone to love it just as it has been by its previous owners. Alas, we can continue to dream.

Adam Charlap Hyman x Sprezz

AD100 designer Adam Charlap Hyman needs little introduction. As principal and co-founder of Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Adam Charlap Hyman works on an  array of enviable design ventures, spanning from residential projects to opera sets and art galleries across the globe. With a degree in Furniture Design and Art History from RISD, and a professional background in renowned home furnishings companies, Charlap Hyman is a rising force in the design world landing him on Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30” list in the art and style category.
Ahead of the holiday season Charlap Hyman has joined forces with New York based tableware company Sprezz for an exclusive collection. Comprised of a series of ribbon adorned plates, the collection is a delightful departure from traditional holiday decor. The plates are inspired by prints of citrus fruits from the 17th and early 18th centuries showing ribbons bearing the names of the depicted fruit.
The ‘Cedro grosso Bondolotto’ with a view of Nuremberg, in Johann Christoph Volkamer’s Nürnbergische Hesperides (Nuremberg, 1708). © Stadtarchiv Fürth, Bavaria
The concept of each ribbon appearing as if blown across a table and landing perfectly on each plate was brought to life by artist Pilar Almon, who originally painted the ribbon design in collaboration with Charlap Hyman. Have a look!

Read our favorite articles of the week!

Step Inside 19 of Peter Pennoyer’s Classically Inspired Homes written by Ted Loos for Introspective Magazine.

The Inn at Kenmore Hall written by Alex Ronan for Lonny Magazine.

Click Here to Shop our Black Friday Sales!

Image via Bauble Stockings
x Natalie
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