Amanda Lindroth of Lindroth Design announces today the launch of her new e-commerce site: www.AmandaLindroth.com. The website will focus exclusively on her debut tabletop collection, Island Table, and her signature rattan totes and accessories. The shopper-friendly website was built and designed in collaboration with Truax and Company, and, in true “Amanda-fashion” features an island color-scheme and charming watercolor motifs by Aldous Bertram.
Shoppers can easily navigate the collection’s different categories, while exploring inspirational resort images of the products on location in the Bahamas and Palm Beach. Lindroth’s line of tabletop items is especially designed to be used “al fresco,” and heavily influenced by the glamour of 1960s and 1970s Palm Beach. A renowned hostess, as well as a Florida-native and Bahamas resident, Lindroth constantly entertains outdoors and noticed a void in the marketplace she sought to fill.
The “Island Table” collection speaks to Lindroth’s unique sensibility as both an interior designer and a woman with an “island hopping” lifestyle, as each product has been thoughtfully designed with the hostess in mind – her colorful place settings are 12” in diameter because, as she cheerfully declares: “a crowded table is always more fun!” The collection features classic glass casseroles with rattan covers as well as identical covers in faux-rattan for the modern hostess who wants a quick clean up, and old-school wicker-covered buffet trays are reimagined in a fresh honeycomb design.
Like her iconic “Birkin Baskets” (below) much of the line is made from woven rattan, giving the look of handcrafted island design. From picnic tents to oversize party lanterns, glowing votive vases to colorful place settings, Amanda has inventively covered every item a warm-weather hostess will enjoy with resort-chic flair.
While Lindroth’s style shows great respect for classical design and architecture, her love for color, creativity and resort spirit shine through in her projects. Signature favorites, such as the use of island motifs, hand-painted palm trees and awning stripes, led to such demand for her style and decorative pieces that her Palm Beach location, Lindroth Design, was born.
Upon their debut, her Lindroth Island totes and basket bags were subsequently featured in Vogue, Town & Country, Harpers Bazaar and many design blogs. Lindroth’s design work has been widely published in House Beautiful, Southern Living, Veranda, Coastal Living and Luxe Magazine. Her debut book, Island Hopping, published by Vendome, is scheduled for release September of 2018.