Tattooed skull chair by critically acclaimed tattoo artist and owner of Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn Scott Campbell.
Tattooed skull chair by critically acclaimed tattoo artist and owner of Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn Scott Campbell.Tattooed skull chair by critically acclaimed tattoo artist and owner of Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn Scott Campbell.
Skull chair by Mama Tried studios and more skull designs and inspirations at skullspiration.com
Baroque skull chair by scott campbell Spencer might want a dining room if this is the decor
Skull chair by Mama Tried studios - Skullspiration.com - skull design, art, fashion and more
Tattooed Skull Chair by Scott Campbell----#furniture #conceptcandieinteriors #black #Gothic
African Prints in Fashion: African Prints in Interior Design, just wanna curl up in it, euro design and african textiles
Fabulous Furnishings. A Louis IX style chair, bought at a Paris flea market, was upholstered in African mud cloth. Interior Design: BKH Design.
African Prints in Fashion: African Prints in Interior Design, I'm in love with you...this was not a chance meeting, feel my heart beating, you're the oneeee! wow, I am in love with this chair, i just wanna curl up in it, euro design and african textiles, great marriage :)
Louis IX style chair bought at a Paris flea market, was upholstered in African mud cloth — an unlikely choice of fabric, but one that makes this chair fit into a modern interior. Interior Design: BKH Design.
NY3 AFRICAN FABRIC- STRIKING PAINTED MUD CLOTH FABRIC FROM MALI
African Prints in Interior Design | African Prints in Fashion
Bokja Designs, Living Room, Day Bed, Fabric, Modern Patchwork
Adore #Bokja #designs. based in Beirut and uses rich #embroidery and sumptuous #fabrics from across the region to create truly individual pieces. #textiles #reworkedvintage
*Bokja Design* Chair |Bokja is a Lebanese company based in Beirut that uses rich embroidery and sumptuous fabrics from across the region to create truly individual pieces. @Nicole Bills
Works of art by the Lebanese Bokja Design @ http://www.bokjadesign.com/#/index & they have a pretty cool website too! ツ
Going through my newspapers and magazines cuttings, I stumbled into an image of one of Bojka's designs, that I had put aside for my references a while ago. The creators of these amazing designs are Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibri from Beirut. I can only describe their work as fun, with sense of humour and incredible stylish. What initially attracted me was the patterns of the textiles and colours. I love the clashing of prints, and textures not mentioning the quality of the fabric on these chairs, very inspiring. The question is, would you have these screaming chairs in your home? Yes I would, as a one off or two at the most. But then again, it depends on how much space, and your creative eye on displaying them. In conclusion, I can not end this post without mentioning the Bojka Bug. The creation of amazing patchwork on the classic Volkswagen beetle, that was covered with vintage fabrics from the Middle East. .....read more about Bojka http://www.bokjadesign.com/#/ourstorydesc http://inspirebohemia.blogspot.com/2010/02/bokja-design-suzni-furniture-heaven.html http://www.greendiary.com/entry/iconic-volkswagen-beetle-draped-in-colorful-vintage-fabrics/