I’m dreaming about this multi-faceted “Honeycomb” pendant light by Marjorie Skouras.
We’re dreaming of a far-off land… Morocco: that North African Oasis drowned in sunshine and swimming with vibrant colors & patterns.
–Rob & Britt
Scala Luxury is a furniture company based in California with a taste for opulent materials. It’s not uncommon to see their products made with bronze, bone, horn, parchment (goat skin), and shagreen (skate skin). If you need something really special, look no further. The Honeycomb Cabinet above is finished in black polished lacquer with bone inlaid pattern, and retails for around $12,000.
Hollywood interior designer Marjorie Skouras has an incredible new line of cabinet hardware made of semi-precious stones, rock crystal, and corals. Above is the light green Aventurine pull. Find out more at Marjorie Skouras Design.
This week’s pick comes from Ashley who goes gaga over Stray Dog Design’s “Celeste Sphere” Chandelier. Hand crafted in papier-mâché, this unique fixture is available in a variety of colors and retails at $985. Check out Stray Dog’s complete selection of whimsical home decor at StrayDogDesigns.com.
–Rob & Ashley
I love Bleu Nature’s line of acrylic furniture and accessories. Natural materials like wood and coral are suspended in crystal-clear acrylic, creating meditative compositions frozen in time. They come as occassional tables, stools, lamps, and tabletop accessories. Starting around $1,500 at select retailers.
Oft-Imitated, Never Matched. George Nakashima’s furniture has become a hot collector’s item and is available at fine auctions the world over. You can tour his studio in New Hope Pennsylvania, where his daughter carries on the tradition. Check out more at this website.