Make you Double Take – or Just Buy Two!
Market was giving visions of beauty that left me thinking, why have one beautiful piece when you can have two? Pairing is an important way for decorators to set a room, add impact, and make a statement. This Market, perfect pairs were showing up all over.
Starting with the amazing remake of the Baker showroom, The Barbara Barry Collection for McGuire by Baker gave the first dose of this double beauty. Her fall introductions are available in multiple variations of soft muted wood tones and lush upholstery. Further, the pairing of the elegantly styled craftsmanship we expect and delight in from Baker and Barbara Barry forced you to come back for more.
Mr. Brown London decided to take beds to a new level! If it could be made into a king or queen why not split hairs and have two twin beds? Twins are chic and ideal for the perfect guest room. The metallic canopy with a Parsons feel is contemporary with a kiss of traditional linen on the headboard. These would be fun to style with textured linens and a pair of high gloss chests to continue the theme.
At EJ Victor, the Brown & Moore Rochester Tufted Chair has a presence, comfort, and attitude that harkens to a more traditional sensibility but can be right at home with the way we design today. By no means would we ever suggest just one! Either in leather or standard upholstery, these comfortable seats are worth sharing.
Making a bold statement for a double take, Doug Frates Glass Blue Glass Pendant offered a new approach to mixing hand-made metal fixtures with glass rods. Each rod is hand blown at over 200 inches, colored, and then cut down to form the perfect fixture. If that wasn’t impressive enough, the group shared that if you get tired of the color after a couple of years, you can just call them up to get new rods made in no time!