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.
Jean Royère and Gianfranco Frattini chairs from the 1950’s at Phillips Auction, New York.
Azadeh Shladovsky – Infinity bench at Jean de Merry, New York.
Japanese furniture designer Shiro Kuramata created pieces that seem free from gravity. He typically uses materials that are transparent and a combinations of surfaces that plays with light that are visually beautiful. Featured images: Cabinet de Curiosité, 1989 acrylic.
Great day at the New York showroom at Robin’s Jean, a brand that celebrates nonconformity with a little rock and roll, motorcycle chic and meant to be seen designs – more is more. Los Angeles based brand Robin’s Jean is designed and founded by Robin Chretien who immigrated to the US from Lyon, France in 1996.… Continue reading Stand Out Don’t Blend In
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
L’Olivier Floral Atelier, New York.