A fall party in an English garden is always memorable, but especially so when it celebrates MILIEU’s 10th anniversary.
Nature is in full bloom, and in these wallpapers, art truly imitates life. Patterns of flowers and plants—whether the details are realistic or abstract—bring the spirit of spring to life and into your home.
Centuries ago, nomadic tribespeople in Central Asia made large-scale, hand-embroidered textiles for their yurts, or tents. The colorful patterns, made with vegetal dyes, often depict flowers and dowries, where they have been thought to represent, and to bring, good luck, health, long life and fertility. Today's suzanis, antique or new, continue to bring life and vibrancy into your home.
Slipcovers allow you to make changes at home without making changes—or much of one. Old furniture becomes new. Add tassels and piping, trims and fringes, skirts and pleats to the slipcover, and the possibilities for transforming furniture and the rooms in which they figure become even greater—as Katrin Cargill, MILIEU's European Style Editor, proves here.
Much has taken place in England’s Haddon Hall, whose origins date to the twelfth century. Never before, though, has the manor house been populated with figures dressed in garments made of fine wallpapers. It’s a new chapter in the house’s history.