Fabric by Robert Allen envelopes a study designed by Cheryl Settino Mosher for the 2017 Holiday House NYC. She used Lush Scene, a pattern with bohemian and global style, in the eclectic space. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
Fabric with a global and bohemian pattern in warm hues wraps around a study designed by Cheryl Settino Mosher at the 2017 Holiday House NYC. The Lush Scene pattern is from Robert Allen's Nomadic Color collection. For the earthy orange painted trim, she used “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
All-white walls and furniture provide a chic backdrop for the brightly colored and globally inspired fabrics and accessories in this girl's bedroom. The elephant print of the roman shades and the bright pink pillow strike the right balance between youthfulness and maturity to create a look that will suit the room's occupant as she grows.
The dining room was designed by Kelley herself. A wood bench was installed, neatly dividing the living and dining area. Upholstered cushions were placed to create a dining nook centered around a Saarinen-style table. The cushions add a colorful display to the dining area. Kelley upholstered them and the bench cushions in fabric from a collaboration between SUNO and KNOLL. The upholstery-grade pieces were inspired by traditional fabrics in Kenya, India and beyond.
At the core of Rayman’s design aesthetic are an array of cultural influences, combined into a coherent visual statement. In this bedroom nook, Chinoiserie drapery depicts a series of Japanese scenes. A Greek bust sits atop a Chinese-style console table. And an armchair gets an update in fabric designed by Kelly Wearstler. Mastery of the mix is what makes everything work together seamlessly.
This bright and open guest bedroom features an eclectic mix of furnishings and fabrics with a decidedly global vibe. An exposed brick column brings an element of earthiness to the space that's extended by the rough-hewn beam that serves as a display shelf near the ceiling. Across the room, closet doors feature a blown-up photo the homeowners brought back from Bangkok.
The goal was to give the home a worldly and globally inspired feel so new custom designs, textural fabrics and finishes were incorporated along with Asian and African artifacts and antiques. Habachy Designs imagined the occupants of this home as well-traveled, and the objects in the home were artifacts and cherished tokens of their trips around the world.
The area rug, as well as the lounge chairs, are custom pieces designed by Habachy Designs. The great room was an expansive, extended oval, and it posed a challenge as to how to divide the room into separate living spaces. In order to emphasize the curvature of the architecture, Habachy Designs mimicked the shape in the tone-on-tone rug. This allowed for a focal area and living space to be created that would be harmonious with the entirety of the great room.
Choose quality bedding that will endure years of laundering. At John Robshaw, the prewash process creates bedding that will wear beautifully over time. Says John, "I like a dry 300 thread count Egyptian cotton percale; it washes perfectly. Since we print, then again wash, our fabrics, they have a great prewashed hand and our colors last and last."
This family room features a diverse mix of fabrics, patterns and materials to create a globally-inspired, eclectic space. The deep midnight blue accent color on the ikat drapery is carried over to the hand-painted wooden plaques above the fireplace. The whole look is grounded with a large oriental rug and a classic-lined sofa. Accent furniture, including a unique hammered bronze metal coffee table, modern orange chair and classic wing-back chair complete the look.
A collection of global fabrics give texture and personality to this bedroom on the bed and hanging above it on the wall. They're an unusual but successful pairing with the orange Oriental rug. The look is pulled together by matching gold table lamps on the nightstands.