This month, our favorite Surfboards wallpaper was featured in Coastal Living in an amazing beach house designed by the talented (and hilarious) Andrew Howard Interior Design. This has got to be the happiest mudroom we have ever seen.
The latest thing to drop in the showroom has been this amazing collection of wallpapers and fabrics from our favorite vintage textile purveyors, St. Frank. They have tirelessly sourced vintage and handmade fabrics from around the world to bring us a collection of goods “by the yard” to satisfy all our textile junkie cravings.
The products are made from meticulously scanned and manipulated textiles like woven Kuba pieces from the Congo and dyed Indigo fabric from Mali. The end result is dramatic but inviting wall-coverings and upholstery weight fabrics that bring the world into focus.
Their booth at ICFF showcased their new wallcoverings next to their classic framed treasures and we could have easily walked out of there with the whole collection if our bank accounts allowed it. We cannot wait to see how these will be incorporated into some truly beautiful spaces.
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Over the last year we have had the absolute pleasure of collaborating with Brooklyn artist, Wayne Pate, on a stunning collection of wallpapers and fabrics. If you aren’t familiar with Wayne’s work then stop now and check him out here … you can thank me later!
Stacy and I immediately fell in love with Wayne’s style, especially the intricate patterns that can be seen as backgrounds or botanical accents in his paintings. He is a long time admirer of textiles, and his home is one of the most comfortable and lovely places that I have ever been lucky enough to have a work meeting. To set the scene, upon entering I get offered an espresso or glass of rose and then we dive into sorting through his latest paintings (all of which I want to steal to make my own little Wayne Pate gallery at home).
But let’s get on to the juicy stuff (the pictures)! I am beyond thrilled to introduce you all to our new textile and wallpaper babies. Please come visit us in the showroom soon to see these beauties in person. We will also be offering ready made pillows in our online shop soon- yippee!
And last but certainly not least, THANK YOU to wonderful Wayne for making this magic happen!
The acclaimed fashion house, Chanel, has their sights set on a technicolor spring. This prismatic explosion can often be challenging to live with but our friends at Flat Vernacular make living with color effortless and delightful.
Studio Four is lucky enough to be home to all sorts of gorgeous textile lines from across the globe. Later this month, we will be welcoming a new vendor to our showroom.
The fabulous Brisbane based designer, Anna Spiro, is launching her debut textile collection here in a few weeks. I gotta admit, I feel kind of like a little kid waiting on Santa to finally arrive. Anna has such a brilliant talent for working with color and pattern.
So far I have just seen little sneak peeks of her new collection, but I know it is sure to be stunning in every way. Here are a few insider pics of the textile magic that is headed to Studio Four NYC super soon…
There’s a lot to be excited about this spring at Studio Four. We have some new drop-dead gorgeous lines hitting the showroom floor, and one is by the endlessly talented Kate Loudoun-Shand. Her fun and quirky style has been flawlessly delivered in this playful collection and we’re over the moon thrilled to be sharing it with you.
Sit tight for now! Samples coming soon!
Idarica Gazzoni of Arjumand’s World does “the east meets Milan” oh so perfectly, and Zimmerman is in on the party. This mashup is too good not to love.
We love a good vintage inspired floral, and the ladies at LuRu Home have certainly delivered. We cannot wait to get our hands on these fabrics! Their new 2016 collection is bursting with killer color combinations and vivid nostalgia. Here’s a little sneak peek before the fabrics arrive…
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Spring isn’t all about bright and cheery colors. We can’t get enough of these dark and moody florals.