We’ve recently taken on a new Brooklyn project that has been all kinds of fun. Our client’s penchant for pattern-on-pattern schemes and bold hues is bringing out our more daring side. After we dabbled over several schemes our client decided to go in the direction of what I like to call, Early modernism meets Brooklyn; however, we couldn’t help but share one of our favorite contenders!Tennessee in Spice (Larsen): This embroidered Larsen print became the jumping off point for the rest of the design. We loved the contrast of the lilac, lavender and mustard hues and its fun retro vibe. Plus the weight of the fabric is perfect for two large accent pillows.
Foch in Violine (Manuel Canovas): This saturated violet hue brings the oomph to the overall scheme and makes a great lumbar pillow for our client’s sofa.
San Carlo Mohair Velvet in Dijon (Schumacher): A tuxedo style sofa gets the luxe treatment when swathed in mohair. We love how this bronze-y hue relates to the mustard color of the Larsen fabric.
Tejido in Quartz (Holland and Sherry): This fabric is the perfect upholstery weight and would look stunning as an arm chair. We like how the crisp white really works in contrast to allow the other colors and patterns to pop.
Oblique in Gold/Oatmeal (Lee Jofa): A mustard and silver velvet diagonal stripe takes our white upholstered arm chair up a notch in the form of a chic accent pillow
Linen Ikat in Lavender (Holland and Sherry): When our client asked if we could work with an existing Milo Baughman chair, of course we were thrilled. In keeping with the furniture’s mid century flair, we thought this this ikat print would be the perfect compliment.