From the ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME 2019 winter issue: 6 Bohemian goods to give your space a more avant-garde style this year.
Tapa Daybed | Designed by Chevalier Masson and Diane Steverlynck, covered with a double-sided thick felt fabric, made out of waste fibers from a local weaving mill. Steel bench designed by Erwin De Muer.
Tula Lounge Chair | Patinated and welded industrial steel, hand-stitched leather cushion. Custom-made in Los Angeles.
New Artist Wool Blankets Collection 2019/20 | ‘Dakar’ tributes the wonderful tribal culture discovered on a recent voyage from designer Sophie Probst to the north and west part of Africa.
The Beauty of Many Nations | The Future Perfect has acquired the first decorative female head sculptures in a series titled “The Beauty of Many Nations” by artists Jacob Tetteh-Ashong and Paa Joe.
Nicole Hollis for McGuire Collection: Hoku Mirror | Channeling far away travels and taking cues from top fashion houses, each piece is handcrafted with a careful combination of classic and unusual techniques. The Hoku Mirror is made with woven Lampakanay grass.
Paglia Vases | A set of three vases built of layered bundles of straw and then cast in brass. The beautiful burnished exterior enhances the sculptural quality of the pieces.
For more Bohemian inspiration, check out this island home that embraces the avant-garde style.
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