Goodbye Winter blues and hello Springtime hues! Although we may be speaking a bit too soon for our friends surviving the winter weather on the East Coast, as designers, we’re excited to spring forward. Read more.
Recently featured in Vogue‘s Heirlooms of Tomorrow: Ten Contemporary Designers to Collect Today, Australian-born Mary Wallis’ interpretation of lighting design comes from a diverse background in genetics, traditional Chinese painting, and manifesting one’s path.
Fabripod started in 2011 as a collaboration between husband and wife power duo Chris Chalmers and Amber Bieg. Chris is an architect and Amber consults in sustainability, multimedia communications and whole systems design. Together they create sustainable, custom crafted design objects.
Please join us on October 24th at 7:00 p.m., for LOCZIdesign studios grand opening reception as we open our doors for a sneak peak of the latest art, furniture and antiques. LOCZIdesign Studio will host a soiree showcasing the ethereal Fade To White collection from LA-based artist Gus Harper.
WOOL IS STRONG. It is often said that a single wool fiber is stronger than steel of the same diameter. Wool happens to be the material Meghan Urback uses to create pieces of texture, warmth, and art. Her work has been displayed around the world: from Malaysia and Sweden, to Baltimore and Oakland.
For those willing to take a leap of faith, incorporating neon colors into your decor can brighten up your home well past the months of summer. We have seen unexpected yet pleasant pops of neon in the fashion and interior design world. —More than just a trend, bright colors have a vibration and psychology of their own.
The summer solstice, which falls on June 21, marks the onset of summer and is the longest day of the year. It is celebrated as Tiregān in Iran, Kupala Night in Ukraine and in San Francisco you can even sip California wines, nibble local cheeses, and troll through the 100-year old Redwood grove on a guided tour in observance.
As interior designers we also see it as a time to enjoy the season with friends and family, while encouraging our community to make the most of their outdoor dwellings through gardening or updated exterior spaced.