As an interior designer, I am constantly seeing new things, and curating what is relevant to my clients, my practice, and my taste!
Here are a few pieces I am craving this week – for myself or for my projects!
These gold Fin coasters from Souda are the perfect combination of glamour and restraint. I am attracted to the crisp, precise fabrication – which is the result of the design’s roots in industrial heat sinks!
This intriguing self-portrait by Agnieszka Sosnowka immediately captured my attention. She faces the sea in a classical pose, appearing fearless and stalwart. The artist’s series of black and white photographs from Iceland are all equally captivating, but I have my eye on this one for my client’s living room!
I love yoga, but still find it hard to get out the door to make it to class. A fun patterned yoga mat would definitely motivate me! Design and beauty should permeate and enhance all aspects of our lives, so why not have something to smile at in downward-facing-dog?
After yoga class, this chair would be the perfect place to curl up with a book. This new design released by Gebrüder Thonet at Salon del Mobile is so impressive! The Targa chair is a modern interpretation of traditional materials and methods: bentwood and woven cane. Love it!
This handblown glass lamp by WhyrHymer is swoon-worthy, and would be perfect on my bedside chest. The integral wood base grounds the wonderful smoke glass coupe shape. Being hand-made in Los Angeles gives it extra points, but I couldn’t be more enamored with this lamp!
The Nocturnalist side table, in brass and calacatta marble, is a design I keep coming back to. I love the asymmetry created by the unexpected break in the line around the base! This piece is handmade by the duo behind Fifteenthirtyeight in Brisbane, Australia. Visually light, with a functional wide top, this table is perfect for my client’s family room!
What are you craving this week?