With all the flooding and rain the Charleston area has endured these last few days we are all a bit tired of slogging along. Water and rain though are the inspiration for a myriad design products.
Porcelanosa created this Carrara marble wave wall tile
Steve Adams “Raindrop Table” is composed of slumped glass and steel
Fasade Metallic 4′ x 8′ panels are formed from a composite thermoplastic that is water and corrosion-resistant allowing them to be used as a back splash material.
Mastercraft Cabinets rain glass doors obscure a not so organized chef
Crystal Rain chandelier from the James R. Moder Company
Threads “Raindrops” wallpaper
Julia Buchanan’s signature “Rain Drop” pillow by Global Views
Grey Rainy Days pillow from Artfire
A tray and bowl produced from delicate rain drop textured glass, or bubble glass by Behrenberg Glass Co.
The best cure for a rainy day is a nap. Luxuriate on the Duralee Westside sofa in a water droplet velvet pattern
Mr. H says: Predicting rain doesn’t count but building an ark does-Enjoy!
Established in 1886, Thibaut is the nation’s oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm and through out the year this celebrated company offers up the latest trends in wallpaper and fabric design. 2014 is no different with these high style, signature collections.
Thibaut’s newest wallpaper collection, Graphic Resource, offers bold upbeat patterns and quirky novelties in subtle color combinations.
The Resort collection celebrates bright days in a bold, sophisticated style
The fabrics in the Anna French Rue de Seine collection were inspired by the first signs of spring in Paris.
Mr. H says: We live in a web of ideas, a fabric of our own making-Enjoy!
This just in-F. Schumacher & Co. features fresh new looks in their Spring collection.
These are a sampling of my favorites
Sophisticated children’s fabrics are comprised in LULU DK Child
Named after coastal Southern cities this breezy collection feels like summer
The exotic Byzantium wall covering collection makes one dream of Istanbul and Marrakesh
Mr. H says: Love is a fabric which never fades, no matter how often it is washed in the water of adversity and grief-Enjoy!
Our Facebook question of the day was paint, wallpaper or faux finish on your walls? I’m curious to see how many of my friends actually like wallpaper. As a designer I encourage my clients to use wallpaper especially in baths and laundry rooms.
Check out this powder room on Daniel Island where we used a Seabrook wallpaper. The subtle design complements the decorative tile.
J. Rhodes Interior Design
Photo credit: Rod Pasibe
One of my go to wallpaper companies is Thibaut www.thibautdesign.com
An elegant living room:
Mr. H says: White walls may seem like a relief, however please reconsider-Enjoy!