Piper Collection

Piper Collection

Based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, Piper Pillow Collection is comprised of Cindy and Whitney Caudle, a mother-daughter design team studied in interiors and textile design. After noticing pillows as an often overlooked opportunity for decor, daughter Whitney sought to transform interiors with her eye-catching pillow designs.

Piper Collection brings a youthful spirit to contemporary design with bold graphic patterns, classic shapes, and beautiful detailing in daring color combinations. Pillows feature bespoke fabrics and textures, such as leather, faux fur, and their signature metallic linen.

B. Pila Design

B.Pila Design Team

A+ Player Lounge Chair


The B. Pila Design duo is about freedom. The brand encourages freedom to explore, to be yourself, to use spaces however the heart desires, and freedom from rigid movements and strict interpretations.

From their beginnings as a design studio, Bea and Gabby Pila, mother and daughter, evolved B Pila into fabricating their singular designs and publishing “Sacred Spaces for Inspired Living”, a book espousing their original design philosophy.

B Pila’s line of furniture and accessories is fully realized as fun luxury, fitting in neatly with their ethos of boundless ideas and unbridled creativity. Their bespoke furnishings reinterpret classic ideas and feature pleasantly unexpected combinations of materials and textures, all while displaying an effortless whimsy.

Lorin Silverman

lorin silvermanLorin Silverman has developed an exceptional reputation as an independent glass artist and designer. He received his BFA in Glass from Alfred University. Lorin has studied with as well as been influenced by the Italian maestros Dino Rossin, Pino Signoretto, and the late Elio Quarisa. Gaining recognition for his technical ability and the planning and execution of large and complex hand blown objects, Lorin has been sought after to fabricate work for other artists and designers.

Lorin has worked at The Corning Museum of Glass as a gaffer in the Museum’s Hot Glass Show and a flameworking artist in the Museum’s Innovations Program.  He is a frequent instructor at The Corning Museum of Glass as well as at Brooklyn Glass.  Lorin has been a demonstrating artist at Urban Glass in NYC, The Studio at The Corning Museum of Glass, and Hudson Beach Glass in Philadelphia.