Monthly Archives: June 2008

I like the animals..

By Chris Everard

Lili Diallo’s home

Stylist Lili Diallo‘s Brooklyn home is just perfect. Great mix of modern designs and vintage finds. Such personality! I always think the interior of the home is the reflected heart of the inhabitants. It should be a collection rather than one sweep deal.

Via Domino magazine!

Isabela Capeto- Brazilian designer

I love the Brazilian designer Isabela Capeto‘s intricate details and vivid colors. Modern point of view of the traditional aesthetics!

li edelkoort – superstar

li edelkoort is one of my icons. She has an amazing sensibility to aesthetics and emotions. What an amazing talent. She works with 2 research centers in Paris : Trend Union and Studio Edelkoort, and publishes BLOOM, INTERIOR VIEW, AND VIEW IN COLOR. She is also involved in humanitarian projects and education at the Design Academy of Eindhoven. In 2005, Aid to Artisans honoured Li Edelkoort with a Lifetime Achievement Award for her support of craft and design.

“li edelkoort is envolved in a humanitarian project heartwear, a non profit organization, helping third world producer with a concrete mail order catalogue, where consumer expectations meet local crafts. the profits remain to the comunity.” You can read her interview at via Designboom.

Suzani,Suzani!

Suzani has been hot for some time now in the world of interiors- used for all products ranging from bedding to decorative pillows. And why not? the colors and patterns are so wonderful in any home.
It’s always good to reference back to the real suzani from time to time… away from the modern interpretations.

Detail of Nurata silk Suzani, Uzbekistan
via Richard Morant

Richard Morant

London based Richard Morant carries most beautiful, traditional yet so fresh, carpets!

“Richard makes frequent visits to his weavers in Central and Western Anatolia in Turkey. This year he will also travel to Rajasthan in India to work on similar projects.”

Esteban

LOVE Pierre Frey, and how fun is there Spring08 collection?! It is Mexican influenced, and trend that I’ve been seeing this spring/summer even in fashion.