The Spring 2023 cover story is so wonderfully playful and colorful, as well as creative in showing the vast varieties of wallcoverings on the market. However it wasn't until I saw the "behind the scenes" photos from the shoot that I fully appreciated fantastic, and frankly surprising, scale of the vignettes.
Through the lens of rattan Lulu joins design writer Fiona McCarthy in conversation about why there is a crucial need to preserve these skills to ensure they will be saved for future generations.
George Dunbar’s art is rarely predictable yet always identifiable as his alone. His works include (opening page) Mound Series, composed of acrylic paint applied to envelope paper, and (above) Rouville No. 7, which combines gold leaf with red Louisiana clay.
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.
Illuminating the often misunderstood role of an interiors stylist, Colin King’s Arranging Things (Rizzoli) is a masterful look at the numinous, even sacred, nature of objects and an introspective musing on their dynamic placement. King writes how styling “can be a daily practice, one that empowers you to see the world differently and find new meaning in your surroundings.”
Bungalow Furniture, of Scottsdale, Arizona, in partnership with MILIEU Magazine and LEE Industries, hosted a festive gathering on November 10th, celebrating classic American style and all things red, white, and blue.