The works of artist / designer Randy Polumbo are rooted in shapes and concepts that combine the organic with the cosmic, magical, and supernatural. His 2022Flamenco sculptural floor lamp is instantly recognizable as part of his oeuvre for its hammered aluminum base and colorful hand-blown glass branches and bulbs that resemble sex toys.
If you’re an interior design enthusiast, you know that trends come and go, and 2023 is no different. As we move into the new year, it’s time to get ahead of the curve and look at the top interior design trends that will be making waves in the coming year.
From bold colors and mixed textures to natural elements and smart technology, the trends of 2023 will surely keep your home looking stylish and modern. Whether you’re looking to add a few touches here and there or planning a complete interior overhaul, these top interior design trends of 2023 will give you the inspiration you need to make your home look its absolute best. Continue reading Get Ahead of the Curve: Top Interior Design Trends to Know in 2023→
Paul László ( February 6th, 1900 – March 27th, 1993) was a Hungarian-born architect and interior designer whose work spanned eight decades and many countries. László built his reputation while designing interiors for houses, but in the 1960s he largely shifted his focus to the design of retail and commercial interiors. This pair of side chars from 1947, spotted in the Donzellabooth at the 2022 Salon Art + Design are an excellent example of his design aesthetic
I always say that if I had a huge house (and limitless cash), I’d furnish it with pieces that look like they were lifted out of a cartoon acid trip. That said, I think this brightly colored, amorphous sofa designed by Misha Kahn ticks all the boxes. Continue reading Eye On Design: Misha Kahn Brûle River Sofa→