Off the Record // Brushstroke Of Genius

Erica Nichols’ illustrations and surface pattern designs are derived from the far reaches of her evocative imagination and decades-long daydreams that have no borders or boundaries, allowing every brushstroke to tell a colorful and textured story.


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Ciao Bella! Supersalone with our Friend Cara Woodhouse

It’s been way too long since we’ve gotten our creative juices flowing at a trade show. So when we learned Salone del Mobile was gathering brands for a special edition, supersalone, we thought it was the perfect opportunity to get our feet wet.


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Bonjour Paris! Maison & Objet with our Friend Cara Woodhouse

Strolling along quaint cobblestone streets surrounded by Haussmann architecture and the smell of croissants wafting in the air, Paris welcomed us with warm open arms. After wrapping up a successful Milan Design Week, we jetted off for Paris Design Week and attended Maison & Objet.


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YETI // The Cooler that All the Cool Kids Reach For

Brothers Roy and Ryan Seiders are responsible for bringing us the coolest (literally) cooler for all of our outdoor adventures. Thanks guys!


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Raise a Glass to Setting an Artful Tablescape Simply Because

Alright, so 2020 was a pretty rough year of quarantining and on-and-off lockdowns. And even into 2021 our dinner-party game was still pretty non-existent. But that shouldn’t deter us from keeping those dining room tables super chic.


Helle Mardahl Dreams in Glass and Never Makes an Object Twice

Mardahl finds inspiration through her favorite sweets shops when casting color on her glass works, which range from globe pendants to table lamps, vases and bowls. Every piece is one-of-a-kind and signed by Mardahl herself.


Artemest Brings the Hidden Waters of Milan to the Surface

Walking up to Senato Hotel Milano, you think the same thing you think when walking up to pretty much any building in the city: Stunning. The bright white Neoclassical facade with leafy-green ivy draping over the balconies has all the sophisticated charm and romance you expect from the Italian...


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Off the Record // Meet the Material Girl Behind Slash Objects

Arielle Assouline-Lichten, of Brooklyn-based Slash Objects, is making rubber chic again. No, but really, her furniture and accessories line, crafted using elements like 100% post-consumer recycled rubber ingeniously fused with brass and concrete, has redefined upcycling and expanded our material-minded brains to new dimensions.


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