Spark Joy At Home With Ornare’s West East Collection {Spark Joy At Home With Ornare’s West East Collection} – English

Spark Joy At Home With Ornare’s West East Collection {Spark Joy At Home With Ornare’s West East Collection} – English

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While kitchens and closets are what Brazilian authority Ornare does best, the new West East collection designed by Ricardo Bello Dias, art director for the brand, is meant to spark joy anywhere in the home.

The four lines—Ikigai, Shaker, Infinite and Mech—draw design inspiration from distant lands and philosophies, such as Japan’s Ikigai “joy” concept and England’s Shakers, who only made something if it was useful or necessary. The result is a collection that’s both functional and beautiful, offering endless customization options and 350 different finishes.

“We saw a need for adaptable furniture and storage solutions that could fit with any area of the home while maintaining a cohesive and elegant aesthetic,” says Claudio Faria, executive director of Ornare USA.

PHOTO COURTESY ORNARE

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Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise {Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise} – English

Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise {Tour Populus, Architect Jeanne Gang’s First Colorado High-Rise} – English

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Architect Jeanne Gang’s designs have been called daring, visionary and neighborhood-regenerating, but when describing her first Colorado project that takes shape at the intersection of Colfax Avenue, 14th Street and Court Place, the best term may be “city-defining.”

Called Populus, in honor of the aspen tree (Populus tremuloides) that inspired its design, the structure’s unique fenestration evokes the eye-like patterns on an aspen’s trunk. “On the exterior, the ‘lids’ of each window stretch outward according to solar orientation to shade the interior, improving the building’s energy performance,” says Jon Buerge, chief development officer at Denver-based Urban Villages, the firm behind the project. “The windows change in size in response to how an [interior] space is used, mirroring the growth patterns of aspens.”

The 13-story mixed-use building—slated for completion in 2023—will include a 250-key hotel, 40 micro-apartments, event spaces, multiple food and beverage offerings, and a rooftop bar and view deck. It’s a building “that is worthy of Denver’s rising prominence on the national and international stage,” Buerge says, and “an impressive architectural legacy for generations to come.”

PHOTO COURTESY STUDIO GANG

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Quick Floral-Styling Tips For Any Tablescape {Quick Floral-Styling Tips For Any Tablescape} – English

Quick Floral-Styling Tips For Any Tablescape {Quick Floral-Styling Tips For Any Tablescape} – English

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A floral designer with a penchant for found objects, Arthur Golabek’s two passions beautifully collide in his new East Hampton shop and studio. There, he lovingly creates arrangements, sells vintage wares and choreographs tabletop tableaus for clients and party planners.

While he personally leans toward an English style of arranging, where things are loose, mixed and “where each flower has its own place and feels special,” when it comes to clients, he looks to their home’s interiors to inform his individualized approach.

For a modern abode, a clean single flower arrangement is the ticket. For a more rustic space, perhaps something relaxed á la a Dutch still life. And for what’s surely going to be a busy entertaining season, Golabek wants you to remember these tablescape fundamentals: keep blooms low (as to not interfere with conversation) and scentless (as to not distract from the food).

pink floral arrangement

PHOTOS COURTESY ARTHUR GOLABEK

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Where To Get Your Fix Of Rose Cumming’s Latest Glam Textiles {Where To Get Your Fix Of Rose Cumming’s Latest Glam Textiles} – English

Where To Get Your Fix Of Rose Cumming’s Latest Glam Textiles {Where To Get Your Fix Of Rose Cumming’s Latest Glam Textiles} – English

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What’s old has been made new and fabulous again for legacy textile brand Rose Cumming, whose debut spring/summer 2021 collection, featuring beautiful wovens, hand-block prints, and chintzes produced by the world’s leading mills, now hang in B. Peterson’s showroom in Palm Beach.

“Since recently acquiring the line, it was a pleasure to dig through the archives and see where we could add colors drawn from the textiles’ storied heritage,” says Lauren Hudson, the now-owner of Rose Cumming Chintzes. “My goal is to bring exuberant and glamorous textiles with layers of diverse solids and patterns that each communicate with one another.”

The new collection introduces two new colorways to the beloved Sabu and Sabu on Linen, infusing the iconic animal pattern with a modern flair, along with a new upholstery weight cloth, called Chloe, that provides a greater selection for clients to use on sofas, chairs, pillows and more.

Colored animal print textiles

PHOTOS: COURTESY ROSE CUMMING

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Explore The Beauty Of Arcadia Living Through Florals {Explore The Beauty Of Arcadia Living Through Florals} – English

Explore The Beauty Of Arcadia Living Through Florals {Explore The Beauty Of Arcadia Living Through Florals} – English

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FEED TO FOLLOW: @camelbackflowershop

WHO: Teresa Wilson, owner and creative genius behind the fiercely local, works-directly-with-farmers Camelback Flowershop, which has been hustling blooms for 18 years.

WHAT: More than florals (although there are bunches of those, too), this feed explores the gracious ease of Arcadia living. Think citrus, greenery and, yes, even the occasional chicken.

WHY: The temperatures outside may be well into the triple digits, but this feed delivers all the cool and refreshing feels.

IN HER WORDS: We like to think of our Instagram as a virtual art gallery. It’s a collection of our aesthetic, which includes everything from inspiration images to beautiful creations our designers cultivate on a daily basis.”

PHOTOS COURTESY CAMELBACK FLOWERSHOP

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3 Chic Reasons To Book A Stay At This Nashville Property {3 Chic Reasons To Book A Stay At This Nashville Property} – English

3 Chic Reasons To Book A Stay At This Nashville Property {3 Chic Reasons To Book A Stay At This Nashville Property} – English

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A sunlit living room with multi-dimension fireplace wall, upholstered furniture and working fireplace

Found on the fringes of the university by the same name, the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel is on a mission to master Southern hospitality. Part and parcel to the swanky Nashville property’s multi-year renovation efforts, it recently debuted three new designer suites ranging from 1,000 to 1,600 square feet each.

Called Baritone, Creator and Belle, each is inspired by Nashville icons for the ages: Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and the collective leading ladies of country music. From functioning fireplaces to full-size dining rooms, guests enjoy all the trappings of a luxury apartment.

Chicago-based Simeone Deary Design Group headlined the plush appointments, which include hardwood floors, textural wallcoverings and supple textiles like velvet, leather and fringe. On our list? As a nod to the famously black-clad crooner, midcentury-style lighting and moody hues bring a masculine vibe to the Cash-inspired suite, which also boasts a full kitchen, walk-in closet and Peloton fitness bike.

PHOTO COURTESY LOEWS VANDERBILT HOTEL

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