Ethnic Patchwork Chic


Before I head out for bellydance class tonight, I just have to share these yummy pics I elledecornov07_cover.jpgfound in the new Elle Décoration (French version November 07) I bought today. Who couldn’t resist this tempting cover? Just love the gorgeous ethnic chic, bold colors and pattern kind of hippie Goa style. Wouldn’t you like to get lost in a book in one of these sofas or armchairs from Squint (UK)? Lisa Whatmough uses vintage and new textiles in her upholsteries, you can even bring your own textiles which she’ll then include. Très cool! Read some about her here and here. *** Bevor ich heute abend zu meiner Bauchtanzklasse düse, muss ich noch diese Fotos aus der neuen Elle Décoration (Französische Ausgabe November 07) zeigen. Wer könnte diesem verführerischen Cover schon widerstehen! Liebe diesen Ethno-Mix, kräftige Farben und herrliche Muster im Hippie-Goa-Stil. Wer würde sich nicht gerne in einem dieser Sofas oder Sessel von Squint (UK) mit einem Buch verlieren? Lisa Whatmough verwendet alte und neue Textilien in ihren Bezügen und man kann sogar eigene Stoffe mitbringen, die sie dan mitverwendet. Sehr cool!




Check out these lampshades and mirror also by Squint. *** Und diese Lampenschirme und Spiegel auch von Squint.

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Georgeous cushions from La Fiancée du Mékong, posted about them already here. *** Wunderschöne Kissen, gibt’s von Squint und auch von La Fiancé du Mékong, über die ich bereits hier etwas eingestellt habe.


Below is a sneak peek at their new Fall collection. *** Unten ist eine kleine Vorschau auf neue Sachen für den Herbst.



And look at these amazing oversized vases below, created by Isabelle Braud. Her sculptures-16.jpgsite displays her paintings, sculptures, journal pages, ceramics etc. Her shoe sculptures are quite fun! Trips to Marocco and Pakistan certainly left a mark on her artwork. *** Sind diese übergroßen Vasen, kreiert von Isabelle Braud, nicht toll? Auf ihvases-15.jpgrer Seite zeigt sie einen Überblick über ihre Gemälde, Skulpturen, Journal-Seiten, Keramiken etc. Die Schuhskulpturen sind lustig! Reisen nach Marokko und Pakistan haben ganz klar ihre Kunst beeinflußt.


10 responses to “Ethnic Patchwork Chic

  1. delicious fabric recycling!! would certainly enjoy any of the furniture, cushions or maybe a lampshade?

  2. I absolutely love that first couch. This whole entry is a visual feast.

  3. How cool! Imagine the dreams you would have if you took a nap on this sofa.

  4. Belinda,
    I TOTALLY LOVE Those couches and chairs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I WANT ONE!!!!!!

  5. LOVE IT, would love to furnish my studio in it :))

  6. oh man! i must win the lottery soon, lol. i would love to have my whole living room in boho style.

    unfortunately, it is currently furnished in early modern kids toys and the dog tore the chair, lol. i’ll have to content myself with looking at the pictures.

  7. Love this type of stuff. Saw a chair in Sun Valley that was done in patchwork of reds….I’ve always wanted to try it with mine. I think it’s time. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting.

  8. Such beautiful colors and patterns – my head is about to explode!!

  9. Hey, I really love old retro stuff and vintage furniture is one of my favorites. The old stuff was made well and lasts, not like the new cheap stuff.

  10. fabulous site, just hard to read..

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