At my table, Adam & Viktoria’s pillows are more than pure eye candy. They serve as seats that make each guest feel special.
Match them to the menu and set the mood for good food and juicy conversation.
Marie Christophe’s latest chandelier, from her new Ibiza collection, channels a casual island look with wire and sand-color wooden beads. I like the look of it with her Pompeii lamp, whose wooden beads and raffia shade put it in the same island state of mind. She carries the chic relaxed theme through and adds a formal twist in another Ibiza chandelier that looks like it’s dressed for a fancy beach party.
When Marie Christophe showed me the sheep she created for J.L. Deniot’s garden, it reminded me of the flock sculptor Francois-Xavier Lalanne made for Yves Saint Laurent’s muse, Loulou de la Falaise. They were pictured in a 1974 Vogue article. Marie’s little lamb is showing off its wire wool in the current Russian edition of Architectural Digest.
Inspired by architectural motifs and inlays, Bonita Ahuja of India has created a collection of curtains called “Etchings.” Etchings’ textured-silk, cashmere and merino wool panels uses an inlay technique for creating patterns that look drawn or etched into the wild textured silk fabric. I love how the inlay provides a nice contrast with the smooth surface of the textile.
Several colorways.. shown in Berry (my fav), but I like to mix and match them to the max!