Now appearing in rooms and objects: Jewel tones, lush textures, and geometric and complex floral patterns reminiscent of 1920s decorative arts and art movements. The latter include Cubism, Fauvism, C.F.A. Voysey and the Bloomsbury Group.
Living sculptures by Monty at Greenpoint Hill fuse pottery, silk thread, bismuth crystal and a succulent.
Grow House Grow’s Petticoat Palm wallpaper in tourmaline pink and teal is part of the Bushwick company’s newest collection, Cuba, of wallpaper and tile.
Cold Picnic‘s Objects From Home rug resembles a Cubist painting.
Brooklyn designer Jen Albano juxtaposes a patterned chair and rug with a jewel-tone color scheme in a Clinton Hill home. At top, a chair from TRNK, which recently moved from Brooklyn to Manhattan, comes in jewel tones such as Envy green.
Editor’s note: A version of this story appeared in the Fall/Holiday 2018 issue of Brownstoner magazine.
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