Sarah Bedford is a painter from a Montana ranch whose sensibility leans toward “more is more.” Alan Hill grew up in a 70s Los Angeles contemporary whose aesthetic is usually less is more. They’ve honed their mutual tastes and modest budget to some folksy flea-market finds mixed with well-designed pieces for their home in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Jason Santa Maria and Megan Born live in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill neighborhood. Rather than maintaining one overarching style, the couple focuses on putting things together that reflect both their personalities and tastes: Jason’s love of color and Megan’s fondness for pieces with history.
This New Orleans home comes to us from Logan Killen Interiors, a New Orleans design firm founded in 2012 by Katie Logan and Jensen Killen. In order to achieve a compromise between fun, bohemian pieces and a more modern aesthetic, they decided to go traditional with the larger pieces like the dining room set and the sofa. Then brought in accessories, art and plants and more modern lighting and accent furniture pieces.
Caravan Pacific is a company dedicated to making classic American lighting. Inspired by the sleek craftsmanship of the midcentury era, our designs meld the raw beauty of clay and wood with a passion for modern shapes and style. Each of our products is handcrafted by professional artisans in the U.S.A. with environmentally sustainable hardwoods and natural materials.
[Original Poster]. Newfoundland: , [circa 1965]. Near fine. 36" X 23.5" (91.5 X 60 cm). Slight creasing and wear near edges. Two small, light linear markings near top. A great looking poster. A beautiful graphic in light green and red tones. The poster, intended to promote tourism in Newfoundland, depicts a boats upon a calm ocean, tied up out front an idyllic seaside town which is nestled in a valley. Four seagulls circle overhead.
Winifred Gundeck loves to infuse a few clean, modern lines into her home to offset the otherwise bohemian feel of her aesthetic. Plants are another way that Winifred loves to add warmth, texture and color to the home (but her trick is to buy plants that are easy to take care of).
Brie Harrison’s work has such a sunny, happy feel to it. Her latest pattern for Winter’s Moon, Nasturtium, is no exception. Inspired by the bright orange flowers and twisting vines of Tropaeolum (commonly referred to as Nasturtium), Brie created this beautiful new fabric that is adorable as lamp shades or cushions.
Aimee Daniels is a lover of bold, brilliant textiles and all things vintage. Looking through her newly redecorated home, it’s clear that she had a knack for mixing prints and for choosing just the right complementary colors for the walls. I love the dark, dramatic rooms as much as the bright, wild ones, and I hope to someday have a similarly fearless method for achieving well-balanced eclecticism.
These patterned rugs are handmade by Lydia Trott using 100% reclaimed fabrics. Each small rug is machine washable and would be perfect to use in a bathroom, kitchen or entryway. I really love the patterns Lydia managed to create while still keeping a soft, worn color palette. You can check out the full reversible, 2 x 3 foot collection of rugs and shop online.
A stately red deer print from Banquet Atelier & Workshop to add colour to any room. In the same red as our sold out red bear print. An open edition, 30 x 40 cm (11.81 x 15.75 inches), signed on the front and printed in a tangerine red on white, 250 gram Rising Stonehenge paper.
Refinery29 co-founder, Philippe von Borries, explained that they worked with designer Chad McPhail to create a space that “balances clean-lined minimal elements with more rustic industrial materials to create a neutral canvas” to be filled with color and pattern.
"One of the tile companies I constantly return to is Popham Design. Caitlin and her team at Popham produce some of the most colorful, bold and unique tiles on the market. So of course, when I saw an email about their Spring collection, I got excited. The new Popham line is full of vivid blues and greens that are cool and watery."