Have an account?

Monday, October 1, 2012

Design Trend - Global Warming

pavoni red carpet dress
opium pipe
Refreshing your home and wardrobe is healthy. My aesthetic right now revolves around global chic and hot shades of red...Lots of them. My pad is a mix of Asian antiques, I love using Eastern motifs in my design work and fall's hottest colors are crimson and oxblood.

I love textile design and the many tools that go with it, I had to pick up the hand-carved printing blocks from India when I saw them at a market.  International rug company Pavoni gave the most literal example of mixing interior and fashion design with a theatrical runway show using their carpets.

I designed a contemporary felt applique embroidery design using an updated version of chrysanthemum motifs to be used on a coat or cushion...I haven't decided which one yet.  One of my favorite decor pieces is the antique opium pipe my mother gave me which features carved silver inlaid with turquoise and carnelian.

Using ethnic inspiration doesn't have to be literal.  You can create the palette of colors you want to suit your taste.  Make styles your own by changing the fabrication or applying classic motifs in a new way.

What worldly designs inspire you this season?  Chat now at #DysonFallRefresh !

Dyson Hot + Cool™ fan heaters use Air Multiplier™ technology to provide the fastest even room heating in winter and smooth cool air in summer for year-round use.  There are no fast-spinning blades or visible heating elements, so it’s safe and easy to clean.  Learn more at www.dyson.com/hot+cool.
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Dyson via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Dyson.

1 comment:

Malin said...

Nice blog!! would you mind following each other via bloglovin? :)

/Malin @ http://fashionfied.tk

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Site Meter