Posted on Sunday, September 01, 2019
Elizabeth Jacob’s Pick
Slash features Emma Gardner’s confident, painterly hand in a balanced and versatile composition. Shown in a single colorway of deep reds and pale neutrals, the design can be adapted to evoke harmony or tension as required by an installation. 100% Hand Knotted Tibetan Wool.
Niki Pietruszko’s Pick
Rock-hard but as stiff as a board. Plasticiet’s surfaces are perfect for constructive use either as counter tops or wall panels. This innovative company out of Rotterdam, Netherlands shreds little trays and bowls to bits and pieces then molten into this modern day faux-turtoise.
Cindy Krob’s Pick
I love mixed metals as it is a great strategy for adding visual interest and depth to a space. Combining silver, gold, brass, or iron (just to name a few) is an effortless way to make the pieces in your home look like they’ve been collected over the years.
Jenny Provost’s Pick
KRION™ - one of the most versatile materials available. Composed of two-thirds natural minerals and one-third of high-resistant resins, it’s as warm to the touch as a natural stone. It is antibacterial so perfect for kitchens, bathtubs, sinks but can also be used to create seamless furniture, wall panels, building fascades, dinnerware, jewelry... the possibilities are endless!
Kellye Keegan’s Pick
Not your typical faucet, the LACAVA Embrace faucet is organic in shape and simply stunning in chrome. It’s perfect for a statement piece in a powder of guest bathroom.
Ashleigh Barnett’s Pick
The product that really caught my attention from 3S Design is the magnetic back splash. This innovation provides a creative and flexible storage solution in the kitchen. The magnetic panel can be fitted against any wall and the various magnetic shelves, hangers, holders and hooks can be arranged and rearranged in any formation that you want.