As November comes to a close and 2016 begins to wrap up (how is it almost 2017 already?!), my team and I have no plans to slow down. Every month, we fall in love with new pieces and artwork, and this month isn’t any different! From wallcoverings to totem sculptures, we have discovered some amazing pieces that we can’t wait to incorporate into upcoming projects.
Read on to see what sparked our creativity this month.
Lindsey Cowles’ Pink Grasscloth Wallpaper
“I have been a big fan of Lindsay’s unique prints and papers for a while now, and I am head over heels for ! Incorporating texture is crucial to me, so I am always partial to grasscloth wallcoverings. Having this incredible, vibrant print in addition to that texture makes it the whole package!” –President and Creative Director, Dbh-biz.infomansky
Sian Zeng Magnetic Wallpaper
“Kids rooms are the perfect place to be adventurous with wallpaper. has taken it to a new level and made it interactive! The collection is filled with classically beautiful prints, and the magnetic characters to accompany the paper are adorable! While I am particularly favoring the magnetic papers, I’m also obsessed with the regular papers (particularly the tree mural which you can also get stickers for)!” –Lexi Fink, Design Assistant
“Who doesn’t love a dramatic accent wall or ceiling? Since the is a huge fan wall coverings, I can see any pattern being used in a unique application for one of our current projects.” – Letecia Haywood, Principal Designer
Floating Totem Sculptures by Karen Hawkins
“Two of my favorite things colliding into one – books and art! I love that Hawkins takes discarded, forgotten books and gives them a new life as . I particularly like the graphic, contrasting black and white totems.” –Blair Foster, Associate Designer
“I am currently obsessed with furnishings and lighting. Koket is one of my favorite brands and I love their unique sculptural glam pieces that command attention. I can’t wait to incorporate one of these fabulous pieces in a future project!” –Shannon Smith, Interior Designer
Tom Faulkner’s Odessa Cabinet
“I am currently obsessed with the stunning in the Tom Faulkner furniture collection. The design was inspired by a combination of European church vaulted ceilings and Russian constructivist paintings, resulting in an elegant and perfectly proportioned cabinet. The cherry on top is the hand-polished bronze inlay paired with the beautiful silver sycamore veneer. It truly is a work of art!” –Shenay Keyes, Associate Designer
I just love to see the fab finds my design team uncovers, and I hope you do, too. If you want an extra dose of interior design inspiration, follow me on my and !