In 2011, I think these trends will continue but also eco-friendly interiors will escalate and interiors will continue to be shared and broadened worldwide.
After spending a much needed break in the Delaware River Valley, I think I actually learned a few things about what’s essential for a country home. Having lived in both San Francisco and New York over the past 12 years, I’ve unfortunately not spent too much time outside of an urban environment. Here are our must-haves for practical, yet glamorous country living:
As in everything we do the “yogic” way is of course, to consider the environment first. What are some necessities you will need for your yoga studio?
Ikebana is also a contemporary light, merging poetics with technology, decoration with function, and aesthetics with ideology, in creating a highly symbolic beauty.
A sharp contrast from last weekend, it’s FREEZing here in NYC. This week I’m looking for things that are cool, sharp, and clean.
Never known for comfort, it wasn’t until Moroso introduced the Soft Big Easy that the series found a production version which would be true and wonderful.
In honor of the opening of the Hestor Street Fair, we’re bringing you our favorites this weekend from the Lower East Side:
Spotted at High Point – One of my old favorites Gus Modern, now with FSC Certified wood construction…
In response to a drop in attendance, and a lingering recession, the intellectual focus of the Show has swung away from producing tangible things, like furniture, toward the abstract process of applying design thinking to ethical issues, such as social, environmental or humanitarian problems.
I am definitely wishing I was in Milan right now for the 49th edition of the world’s biggest contemporary furniture fair: Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2010, April 14-19. Some 300,000 people will flock to this Italian city to soak up the launches, innovations, and ideas…I’m on the hunt for some eco-friendly diamonds among the many gems at the show.