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Henry Hart
Tel: (972) 488-9800

1745 Hayden Drive
Suite 100
United States


Founded by Mark Moussa in 1987, Arteriors is a leading provider of luxury residential and commercial lighting, wall décor, decorative accessories and furniture. Launched with a focus on traditional accessories in classic materials, the company collaborates with experienced artisans and manufacturers around the world working in leather, iron, brass, bronze, nickel, wood, glass, ceramic, porcelain and more. Arteriors offers a wide spectrum of styles in luxury materials and finishes scaled specifically for design lovers with up-to-date sensibilities.

From the inception of Arteriors, Moussa has had a master plan for the company’s growth and evolution. He introduced Arteriors’ first portable lighting venture, The Tanner Collection (named for his son), in 1995. In 1999, he followed with a lifestyle lamp company named Kenzie (for his daughter). In recent years, he has combined the three divisions under the Arteriors umbrella through a comprehensive collection of coordinated groupings.

In 2005, Arteriors expanded into chandeliers inspired by originals as diverse as European antiques and mid-century modern classics. Moussa and his Arteriors design team currently unveil approximately 400 new products annually, with major introductions at the spring and fall High Point home furnishings markets.

Arteriors introduced its first-ever designer collaboration in spring 2010, the Laura Kirar Collection, followed by the Lisa Luby Ryan Collection in the fall of 2010. Subsequent years have seen Arteriors release collection from Windsor Smith, Jay Jeffers and Barry Dixon.

Today, the company collaborates with experienced artisans and manufacturers around the world producing a full spectrum of styles in luxury materials and finishes. Arteriors has trade-only showrooms in Dallas, New York City, Atlanta, Chicago, High Point, N.C., and stores in Los Angeles, California in the La Cienega Design District and in Dallas, Texas in the Dallas Design District.

The IP badge designates Industry Partner membership of the Institute. Industry Partner membership is for companies that supply goods and services to the interior design sector and have met our strict entry requirements.

Areas of work

  • Bathrooms
  • Commercial/contract furniture and fittings
  • Domestic furniture and fittings
  • Kitchens
  • Other furniture, fixtures and fittings
  • Fabrics
  • Leather
  • Ceramics, glass and crystal
  • Mirrors and frames
  • Tableware
  • Fireplaces, fires and stoves
  • Lights, lamps and chandeliers
  • Garden and outdoor furniture
  • Outdoor lighting