OCTOBER FINDS & FAVORITES – PART 2

MORE OF  OUR FAVORITE OCTOBER INTERIOR DÉCOR PIECES

View additional interior décor pieces that caught our eye this month! From ceramics to custom mirrors, we found some truly hidden gems that would fit marvelously with the right space. When it comes to finding pieces for our clients, our process is a custom-tailored one in which we personally explore the town for the perfect items to transform a space.

From ceramics to custom mirrors, we found some truly hidden gems that would fit marvelously with the right space. 

These shopping field trips tend to yield a wide range of ideas, moods, and varying styles. Here are our latest Finds & Favorites:

What an interesting way of finishing ceramics. Just letting the paint diffuse into each other. Finding unusual propositions of familiar objects is a fun way to implement a sense of theatre.

When you take materials and techniques usually reserved for smaller objects and you interpret it in a different scale and context, standout items like this bone in lay mirror are produced. The graphics are really pronounced and will always provoke admiration. Labor Intensive!

This mirror is an ode to scrimshaw! Bone inlay and the thin intricate markings all around the frame required many hours of focus.

David Iatesta’s Fiore Chandelier can be done to any size. Gilded branches provide lots of look without the visual weight. The homage to nature would be beautiful in a commercial application.

Use statement mirrors not to compliment a space, but to provide that tension and counterpoint. Observe the unison of refined and raw elements, that good old juxtaposition!

Add some whimsy to your trophy room with this classic cane back silhouette upholstered in exotic hair on hide. Multi-cultural references found in a single piece.

If you have the ceilings for it, the scale and detail of this Formations case piece can be the focal point in a space. This armoire has attitude!


OCTOBER FINDS & FAVORITES – PART 1

OUR FAVORITE OCTOBER INTERIOR DÉCOR FINDS

The energy of a room is greatly dictated by the gestalt sum of the objects and references being employed. The team is always on a constant search for items that elevate the experience of a space. We enjoy shopping for pieces for clients that will fit their tastes and needs for a space.

The team is always on a constant search for items that elevate the experience of a space. 

Our shopping process is a custom-tailored one in which we personally peruse the town for the ideal pieces to complete a space. These shopping field trips tend to yield a wide range of ideas, moods, and styles. Here are our latest Finds & Favorites:

Alison Berger Glassworks for Holly Hunt Lighting is an exceptional collaborative partnership. Alison Berger is known for her romantic sources and use of age-old glass blowing techniques. Her usual aesthetic has been put through the Holly Hunt modernist filter, and the result are handsome glass forms transcending trend.

Look at how substantial the hand poured leaded crystal is on the Lens Sconce! The visual weight diffuses light in a really special way.

Alison Berger Glassworks offers a wide range of bespoke options. The glass is hand blown and etched by artisans. Clients can choose favorite poems, song lyrics, love letters. Alison Berger has been known to use a Da Vinci manuscript as a reference to mimic the hand style. The Scripted Chandelier enjoyed brief internet notoriety because of Architectural Digest’s video on singer John Legend’s Los Angeles home.

Even delicate tapered forms are transformed with the use of hand blown leaded crystal. The Amphora pendant does a great job encasing the incandescence.

Christian Astuguevieille  is a highly collectible French Artisan known for his wrapped in cord furniture pieces. The Afritaco Bookcase comes in Macassar Ebony wrapped in a hand braided hemp cord. This piece is a great example of how to incorporate natural materials in a modern context.

The Wyeth Console would make for a great entryway solution. The peculiar shape of its cast bronze pulls are in full display, playing against the straight edges.

Keep a lookout for more of our favorite October interior décor finds coming soon!