For the ones that like alternative pieces for decoration, Ariane Prin is an option. She has a knack for giving commonly disregarded waste materials new form and utility. Her ‘rust’ series is no exception.
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The first homeware collection for the london-based designer, ‘rust’ is a range of vessels. Whose oxidized and corroded appearance which informs its name, is a result of combining metal dust with plaster and jesmonite.
‘Rust’ makes its debut at ariane prin’s first solo show at herrick gallery shoreditch(from september 19th-27th), as well as at the ‘matter of stuff‘ exhibition (september 24th-27th) at the hospital club, during the 2015 london design festival.
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High Point Market is starting soon and today we bring you a sneak peek of the fantastic new products that can be seen there.
First you have to think about the High Point Market show as the fashion week of furniture. Twice a year, the world of interior design converges on High Point, North Carolina to see the latest and greatest in furniture, soft goods like pillows and bedding, art, accessories and much more. Over 2,000 exhibitors fill 11.5 million square feet of show space.
It is too much to see, too many new products to get to know before everyone, so take a look at this preview of HPMKT 2015.
Josefina Ottoman by Taylor King
Passion. Finesse. Community. These are the pillars that started Taylor King over forty years ago with the idea that a great piece of furniture is like a beautiful painting. and at the show, you will find these beautiful geometric carvings along the bottom ottoman that would be beautiful in any American home.
Devon Lamp by Lisa Kahn Allen
Kahn Design Group is a full-service interior design firm that specializes in both residential and commercial interiors. By focusing on the clients and their individual tastes and needs, the brand can deliver spaces that are unique one-of-a-kind. Find ate the show this architectural lamp made for Chelsea House.
Stella Upholstered Screen by CR Laine
To create inspiring upholstered furniture through innovative style, comfort and color are what this brand is all about. And this is one of the most anticipated new collections of upholstery.
Brubeck Wall by DelightFULL
Back to art deco and again with musical inspiration, this time through the dramatic pipe organ. This lamp is an instant classic sculptural design. An extravagant shape full of reﬁnement and modernity. This is a natural decor piece which gives a soft and cozy light, great for an exclusive atmosphere.
Criteria Arm Chair by Bernhardt Furniture
Bernhardt Furniture Company, Inc., located in the foothills of Western North Carolina, is one of the largest family owned and operated marketers of fine wood and upholstered furniture in the United States. This asteroid shape Criteria Arm Chair has a soft touch.
Camilla Wardrobe by Koket
The Camilia armoire by Koket was inspired by the aristocratic palaces of the Alexandrian pashas of Egypt. Mother of pearl serves as the background for the hand-carved peacock, which is meticulously engraved and delicately finished in gold leaf.
Have we whetted your appetite yet? And trust me, HDI lovers, this is just the beginning! Head over to the “sneak peek” Pinterest board to see 300+ new products …and keep posted for more news here at the blog.
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