Nicholas Alain Trujillo also know as “Nick Alain”, former co-owner and designer for Luna Bella, a provider of unique, handmade home furnishings announced the launch of his new Nick Alain home furnishings collection. Often described as mechanically elegant or vintage with a contemporary flair, his artful creations tend to transcend any preconceived ideas of period or style.
Nick Alain products are all handmade in the U.S.A. in Miami, Florida. The artist’s new primary studio is located next to the Wynwood Design Lab, a “lifestyle laboratory” venue sponsored by Elle Décor in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District that pairs talented artists with high-end, design-conscious product manufacturers.
Trujillo will launch the Nick Alain line with 26 new products with a romantic industrial flair and over 40 former Luna Bella favorites that Nick personally designed. Most of the collection will be on display at the upcoming Las Vegas Market, on the 4th floor of the C Building, space C-462. Critically acclaimed for his innovative designs, Trujillo has a strong following in more than 10 countries worldwide. The collection will consist of lighting, furniture, and accessories.
“To me, life, like art, involves continually pushing forward and evolving,” said Trujillo. “My time with Luna Bella was magical and inspiring. I believe that this next phase in my career as a designer and business owner will be equally enchanting and exhilarating.”
Trujillo also designs home interiors and restaurants, and his custom-designed lighting pieces can be found in many South Beach hotels and for leading fashion icons such the late Gianni Versace.
About Nick Alain: Nick Alain born Nicholas Alain Trujillo is an award-winning designer whose line of high-end designer home furnishings incorporates industrial steampunk with a classic twist of delicate sophistication. His designs have impressed and inspired retailers and designers around the world. He also works as an interior designer specializing in home and restaurant decors.
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