This week we’re going around the world with décor inspired from a global design perspective.
Immerse yourself in Monet’s infamous Water Lilies, or any other renowned piece of art, with Savoir Bed’s latest collaboration with the National Gallery, London and Andrew Martin. The three powerhouses of design and art worked together to give art enthusiasts the singular experience of sleeping in their favorite painting. With four unique frames, The National Gallery Collection can be upholstered in fabric printed with any art owned by the National Gallery. Together, customers and the design team can create a bed unlike any other.
Also hailing from the British Isle, Canvas Home recently launched a new dinnerware set perfect for summer—Dauville Bleu. Canvas Home was started by British tastemaker Andrew Corrie; it produces an aesthetically exciting line of kitchenware that falls between totally on trend and timelessly classic. The Dauville Bleu collection comes in a myriad of sizes, including dinner and salad plates, along with tea cups and saucers.
On a large wall, the details of St. Franks’ Cross Miao wallpaper look like a dizzying array of diamonds and color. It’s only upon closer inspection that you notice the immense detail. This pattern was inspired by the wedding blankets found throughout the southern parts of China. Named after the small ethnic group which produces it, this wallpaper symbolizes the passing of skills from mother to daughter, and, in turn, the daughter’s eligibility for marriage. St. Frank specializes in sourcing unique textiles, many of which can be seen at their pop up in the Hamptons, which will be open until September.
Tall trees covered in monkeys and a thick cloud of mist. Leopard languidly swaying their tails back and forth. Tigers sitting proudly surveying the land. This is what went through the minds of Coral & Tusk’s team as they designed their latest collection, dubbed “Jungle.” The collection features a mix of tabletop, pillow and giftables like embroidered stationary all with an animal twist.