Interior decor at Holly Hunt New York showroom. West Texas native Holly Hunt started her career in retail later to become a designer that was credited with helping to raise the bar in the interior design industry.
Azadeh Shladovsky – Infinity bench at Jean de Merry, New York.
Never thought I would be a fan of camouflage furniture, but this chair is quite chic especially with the rust pillow accent and traditional rug. The great choice of the chair design along with the quality of the upholstery marries well with the camouflage pattern. It’s another reminder to always keep an open mind and… Continue reading Unexpected
Latest edition of Premiere Vision New York did not disappoint. Even though the New York show is much smaller than the one in France there were still great finds waiting to spark any designer’s imagination.
Haven’t been in the store for a while so it was great to ‘re-explore’ the brand. Anthropologie next disappoints with feminine designs, pretty prints and great colors. They would never be described as modern, but somehow their products always seem current.
Take a CLOSER look at the image. It represents an architectural model (look for the tiny people ) of everyday things as buildings/structures. Another superb entry at the show Beauty-Cooper Hewitt Museum Design Triennial. This excerp is from SCALE MODELS, ARCHITECTURE IS EVERYWHERE, 2015. Designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects the series consists of numerous materials –… Continue reading Imagination is Everywhere