Inspiring Contemporary Design – Em Royston’s Miniature Circuses

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Bone china tabletop items by designer Em Royston charm and amaze, like these Handy Tongs  inspired by the classic fairground vintage pointing hand so often found on signs.

Hong Kong based design firm Maid in China Design  is the invention of British artist and designer Em Royston. The firm specializes in luxurious stylish fair and circus themed house hold items. The inventive artist and entrepreneur studied design and has made items for brands like Suck UK such as Cross Stitch Map which found itself at both the Tate Modern shop and Urban Outfitters.  This is a contemporary approach to artful tea or coffee breaks. So, if you love all things sideshow, circus, and vintage fair -these unique items are for you. It was a great pleasure to interview Em for this feature!

 

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I have always loved the idea of creating miniature worlds in unexpected places and table top seemed a great place to start. It’s quite a hands-on set that is meant to be shared and enjoyed -that should be quite a joyful experience- sharing a special afternoon tea with someone or chatting over a long breakfast.

 

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Toast Rack

What’s your inspiration? Why circus and sideshow themes? 

I love the timelessness of the circus – it has an appeal for all ages and seems so whimsical and magical. For design, I also think it is fascinating as it combines so many different elements and iconic imagery. And the purpose of the circus is entertainment, enjoyment, and surprise – and those are elements that I like my products to embody. I love the vintage posters, fair-ground stalls, amazing huge bell tents – and then it all gets packed away and moves on in these amazing ornate carriages. I think there is so much inspiration to find from that theme, and I’d like to think I’ve just scratched the surface..!

 

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Sugar Booth

Do you have any designers, artisans, or craftspeople you particularly admire? 

Oh, yes loads! Rebecca Finell has a lovely collection of homeware and fashion accessories – her origami handbags are amazing! I listened to an interview recently and found her story and diverse career really inspiring. Hella Jongerius for her playful work & stitched ceramics. Selletii is a brand that I’ve followed for a while and always enjoy seeing their new collections as they are nicely on that nice fine line between modern art and commercial design.

 

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Mug carousel tea set. Each cup sits in the stand, which spins like a true Merry-Go-Round.

How did you come to begin making table top items? 

It actually all started because I had the idea for the Carousel Tea Set – I loved the idea of making this functional sculpture that could be used as a cup and saucer set, but was also something to have on display that could spin and surprise people.

From the Carousel, it seemed a great chance to develop a collection to be used with that, and the Tiger Toast Rack was my next design. From the stacking circus mugs to the sugar pot disguised as a ticket booth, I’d eventually like to have a whole set that can be used together to create a miniature world, but is also a totally functional tea/ breakfast set.

You live In Hong Kong, tell me why and how you decided to move there, and what artistic culture is like there!!

Yes, I moved here last year! Hong Kong is very geared toward entrepreneurship and I’ve met so many people in the process of working for themselves or starting a company- that’s really pushed me on. The artistic community is fairly small but growing and it feels like an exciting place to be. This coming month I’m exhibiting at a handicraft market and can’t wait to see what else is available from the other innovative designer makers.

 

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Circus Stack Mug Set

 

Learn more about Em and her designs at Maid in China Design, or follow her on Instagram.

Last Minute Flowers for Thanksgiving from Couture Flowers Magazine

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Last Minute Thanksgiving Flowers and Decor Ideas

We love thanksgiving flowers, decor and tabletops. We are so excited for the holiday season, and like all of you we have been happily busy.

However, as always we are keeping our eyes open for inventive ideas for beautiful Thanksgiving flower arrangements for tabletops!

So much creativity these days and so we wanted to share just a few of the lovely ideas we have come across while looking for new inspirations!

So, for you hostesses who need last minute ideas…enjoy the gallery of Thanksgiving flowers and decor ideas!

Happy Holidays Everyone!

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Blogs are a great place to find curated personalized ideas and we are so inspired by the simple elegance of this tabletop with multicolored pumpkins and gourds, and mixes of natural cuttings. Combine metallics for a curated look. Image courtesy of  Boho Chic Cafe.

 

Roses & Fruit Centerpiece Ideas for Thanksgiving Tables

 

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Sarah Windward is a floral designer and we love her simple rose arrangement with apples and vintage silver pieces. Borrow this idea for your thanksgiving tabletop, try cut roses with a few artfully placed apples or mandarins!

 

 

 

There are so many creative ideas from weddings that can be borrowed for seasonal decorations so we didn’t want you to miss this delightful arrangement with rustic wood, flowers and fruits-so perfect for fall and winter decorations,  from Cedarwood Weddings with Kristin Vanzant Photography.

Gilded Elegance -French Inspired Thanksgiving Flowers & Centerpieces

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And for something more fancifully elegant -this arrangement is a truly creative use of natural fruits and boughs with flowers. We adore the artful draping of natural cuttings, kumquats, Phalaenopsis orchids, paper white Narcissus and jasmine — gorgeousness abounds.

Image courtesy of Martha Stewart.

 

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And we end our quick last minute blog with an ode to Christian Tortu, the master floral designer from France. The designer’s way with natural beauty and dramatic lush elegance is always inspiring. Here he is at work on a tiered fruit and foliage arrangement.

Happy Thanksgiving & best wishes for a lovely holiday season dear readers!!!

 

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Hanna Nyman’s Gardens of Paper

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Hanna Nyman is a Swedish artist and product designer whose beautifully hand constructed paper works are a world onto themselves, a world of light and gardens overlapped with fanciful patterning.

Hanna began in screen printing on textiles as well as print design and one of her first major paper projects included a magnetic wallpaper with three-dimensional flowers growing out of the pattern, shown at Stockholm Furniture fair. After graduation she worked as a print designer in fashion for several years. Working with paper came naturally to Hanna, her own father was a printer, and the floral themes draw from time spent with her grandmother a florist.  The artist’s ongoing sculptural paper series Back to Poetry was a turning point for her and led to a focus on paper art.  It was pleasure to interview Hanna about her creative story and project!

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Art as poem, poem as art, tell me more about this relationship and way of working?

This idea was actually born at art school when we did our final project for graduation. All the lecturers and professor during the years had described my work as poetic. I never really understood what they meant so I decided to get inspiration from a poem for this last project and figure it out.

This was so powerful to me! The poem that I chose lived with me those month. Every time I read it a found something new about it.

My work is narrative rather than functional. Poetry is also narrative – a feeling.

Tell me a bit about your process, inspiration, conceptualization, experiments, and what types of paper and materials do you use?

I always start my day with a quick look through Instagram and get my dose of inspiration straight away. I get the most energy when I look at artists that work with different materials or have a different style. I also find interior design very inspiring.

I usually get really inspired by the colors and hand feel of the different papers in paper shops. Normally I don’t have a clue of what I will make when I go in there but when I go out my mind is full of ideas.

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I almost never draw any sketch before I start to cut. I have a picture in my head and I just make up as I go along. It’s very liberating and experimental for me to work like this. I use different types of paper. Thick, thin, newspaper. Once I made huge pieces for a client made out of garbage.

This is what’s so amazing with paper. It’s flat and boring at start but if you put some effort into it, it can become something amazing.

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Did you make art as a child? Can you tell me more about your training and background?

I made all kind of arts as a child. Mostly I used to paint on stuff and make my own doll houses and small furniture out of cardboard. I was also into wooden crafts in high-school. We had a really nice workshop with all the machines and material plus the best teacher. So I spent most of my time there. After high-school the plan was to keep on study furniture design. But somehow I moved to London and started study fashion design. I moved back home after a year and after a couple of years all I did was make clothes until I realized that it was the decoration that appealed to me, not the clothes themselves.

At this point I started to study at Konstfack. I was accepted as a “special student”, and that meant that I could use the whole school, every department however I wanted. This was perfect for me as I had a background in different materials. When I think about those years i still think this was the most creative place I’ve ever been and it was just wonderful. It was at this time I started to work with paper.

Not many people have seen the flowers and sculptures in real life.

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Why florals? Are there specific traditions you refer to in painting, textile art or illustration you find yourself drawn to?

My grandmother was a florist. I remember growing up visiting her at the shop. I sat on the counter and just looked at all the beauty. Maybe that’s why I always been drawn to flowers. When I was working a lot with all-over prints my favorite was always making big colourful florals.

If you would describe your vision and style in a few sentences what would you say?

I use my paper sculptures as illustrations. A big part of the final result is the photography. It gives me the chance to set the tone and feeling to the picture. I like to keep the colours a bit toned down together with black and a splash of a strong color. A dream would of course be so show them somewhere in the future to the public in some way.

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You may learn more about artist and designer Hanna Nyman’s beautifully constructed paper spaces and gardens on her website, shop or via Instagram @backtopoetry

Muuto -Leading Talent in Contemporary Design

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One can spend hours looking at the sculptural pieces by the fine designers of Muuto, an innovative and visionary Scandinavian design company offering furniture and decorative accessories that are distinguished by a graceful beauty.

 

Imagine the unfurled leaf shiny surface down, creating a well of space, like a human palm, the matte color of this underside subtle and full of shadow, color rich yet tonal, the quiet of a forest floor.

 

This is how the organic shape of many of Muuto’s pieces seem to evolve, texture and form orchestrated to become functional, understated, light weight, and sculptural. So many of the pieces seem a marriage of manmade architectural beauty and biomorphic shaping….coming together to create form  that one cannot help but respond to….

 

It is with great pleasure that I share my short interview with Christian Grosen, Director of Design at Muuto.

 

Christian, the Muuto designs have an architectural sensibility to them, particularly the furniture, and yet almost every piece is distinguished by an attention to texture, can you tell me how these elements are woven so beautifully together? Is there a certain process to make functional items so usable and so beautiful? 

Christian Grosen…It’s the result of a close dialogue between Muuto’s creative team and the external designers. From the very beginning of a project we are aware of balancing the contemporary and the lasting qualities of a given design. A design must live up to our design values which also touches upon an architectural appearance and attention to detail and material.

 

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Who do you find to be the most inspiring in terms of historic designers? 

I’m a great fan of Jean Prouvé. He somehow managed to create his own unique and absolutely stunning design universe. The Danish designer Poul Kjærholm is also one of my idols. I had the pleasure of working on his designs together with his widow Hanne Kjærholm when I was at Fritz Hansen. She taught me how to achieve beauty and logic in a design through understanding the character of materials.

In what ways do natural materials inform your aesthetic? 

Each material has its own character. I think it’s important to understand the material and to use it in the right way where aesthetics, function, quality and price become a coherent whole.

 

 

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Most interesting series or project? 

I’m very proud of the Workshop Chair by Cecilie Manz. It’s an archetypical wooden chair – cool, contemporary and attractive, yet lasting in its appearance. I’m sure it will be in the collection for decades due to it’s high level of craftmanship and inherent lasting qualities.

 

 

 

 

And as for yourself Christian — may I ask -did you always make things or design -when you were a child for example -what was your first creative memory? 

Always…I remember building all kinds of stuff in the workshop in my parents basement. I grew up on a large brewery which was a great playground and inspiration for a kid. I remember I found scrap metal and wood in the brewery’s containers and build my own imaginary machines and constructions. There were always an aesthetic hierarchy in the way I used the materials – indirectly I guess it’s more or less the same I do today.

 

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Stacked Storage System, Oslo Designers Julien De Smedt and Anderssen & Voll

 

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  The Visu stool designed by Mika Tolvanen

 

See more of these lovely designs, the stories and process behind Muuto HERE.

Trends in Style -Contemporary Jewelry Design by Konzuk

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Konzuk -A Contemporary Minimalist Jewelry Line

Karen is the designer behind a remarkable minimalist celestially inspired modernist jewelry line Konzuk made for the architecture and designer lover. Called wearable architecture by Dwell Magazine, the pieces are hand made and feature diamond dust infused black concrete. We are so delighted to feature this Vancouver based artist and designer on the blog. Hope you enjoy her beautiful creations and learning more about the process!

Tell me about your training and path to making artisan jewelry?

I had originally attended art school where I studied sculpture. It was in an attempt to hone my sculptural skills that I took a jewelry class. I immediately took to it and there was no turning back! It was in my last year of school that I developed and production line, business plan and concept for my company. It’s been going for 20 years strong now!

 What’s the process for making the concrete and diamond dust pieces? 

For the Continuum pieces we hand form each of the dome shapes by using a dapping block and forming tools. The concrete and diamond dust is then applied to the surface in a thin layer of about 1mm and cured for three days to assure a hard enough surface and to prevent cracking. We then fabricate the final pieces using a laser welder and finish the process by hand.

 You have a new line, called Continuum, please tell me a bit about the inspiration behind these pieces? 

The continuum collection is an extension of our Stellar line which is inspired by capturing the stars in the sky. The main inspiration is drawn from Bauhaus ideals of simplistic and geometric forms.

Learn more about Konzuk on their website here

 

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KONZUK jewelry appeals to design-centric audiences around the world. Collaborations include Sir Paul Smith’s flagship stores in New York and Los Angeles. In 2014, it was awarded an international design awards for its innovative Orbis line; and in 2016, Schwinn, Germany, will begin producing its unique line of concrete hardware.

 

Learn more HERE!

Dark Green Beauty -Decor Trends

Dark green furnishings, tabletop decorations, luxuriously rich and dark paint and textiles are a perfect approach to fall and winter updates. Warmth with an added touch of dark sophistication adds a timeless beauty to both traditional and contemporary spaces. Explore and enjoy our gallery of gorgeous new hues, furniture and rooms. In a black room like this amazing space from Sweetpea and Willow.

 

 

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Sweetpea and Willow’s Balfour Sofa 3 Seater in House Velvet Forest Green

 

 

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Maison Valentina’s superb day bed

 

 

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URBANARA Blankets and Cushions – AW17

 

 

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Myalnds Paints Borough Market No. 38 and Mews Blue No. 98

Fall Design Trends – Go Gold with Boca do Lobo

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Metamorphosis Dining by Boca do Lobo

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High polish, gold paired with gorgeous geometry…and a taste for the bold…

Artistic and imaginative, one of my favorite design interiors lines include Boca do Lobo, in all its modern-baroque glory…check out these fantastic fairy tale furnishings…..perfect for your fall upgrade….

 

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Monet Center Table…

 

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We love the gold Tortuga table.. for something truly daring ….diamond chocolate sideboard piece in your space..an absolute show stopper, this cubist creation is luxury artistry!

 

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The metropolis table combines the elegance of art nouveau with modernist geometries…what a fantastic focal piece for your holiday interiors….

 

 

The Color of Ink -New Decor Trend

A new decor trend that has an enduring classicism – black and the deepest of charcoal greys, we might even count the inky blues in this category. Whatever the hue, dark moody colors decorate walls, fireplaces and even furnishings. You can select one area in your living room to create depth and elegance, and a bold swash of serious grown up beauty or you can go full in with a nigh sky wall…Enjoy our gallery of exceptional decorating ideas using these deep shades…

 

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This room makes me so happy, the herringbone wood floors, amazing lacquer like black details, and white woodwork. A traditional space that becomes contemporary and yet maintains a profound respect for the beauty of traditional handicraft and home building. Stunning use of black…

 

 

 

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Farrow and Ball Paint Color Stiffkey Blue No. 281

 

 

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Delightfully luxurious greys and green are perfection.. from South Hill Home, Toronto

 

 

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A view of Lotta Agaton’s amazing home..the luxuriousness of grey…..

 

 

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A beautiful black infused bedroom that combines opulence with simplicity….from DelightFULL

 

4 Easy Ways to Upgrade + Update a Tween Girl’s Bedroom

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My daughter who just turned 8 has been requesting an update to her room -she’s had the same set up since age 5 so it’s time. Her taste and interests have changed.

Our changes will have to be in the details, because we won’t make any major furnishing changes, and we just painted about 3 years ago -and it’s in perfect condition.  I also invested in high quality shades and curtains.

There are new fun ways to update the look without getting rid of the big investment pieces.

 

1. Add a High Quality Poster or Photo that Changes the Mood

 

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Interior Philosophy gets this look right.

 

 

2. Change Those Drapes!

 

 

I am loving these Boho style Pom Pom curtains…..from Susie Watson Designs + Serena & Lily

 

3. Add Throw Pillows that Say Fun!

 

 

Zazzle,  Aelfie, + Plusheez

 

4. Add Sheepskin for Cozy Style

 

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Aelfie

 

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3 Fun Ways to Update your Summer Decor -Go Tropical

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Urbanara re-mixes southwestern with a Scandinavian simplicity for any outdoor space….mix your textures and planters with vintage pieces. Combine colors like blue, yellow and green for a modern yet fresh look.

Enjoy our tips for adding new splashes of color and decor for your summertime space!!

 

1. Just Add Pineapple!

 

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Pineapple decor is absolutely fun. …Drinks anyone? Delicious Tropical Pineapple Storage Jar – Ice Bucket from The Contemporary Home

 

 

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Mia Fleur Pineapple tray for that sumptuous touch of gold……

 

 

2. Chose Bright Yellows and Greens for a Fresh Summer Look

 

 

 

Arthouse Amazonia White Cushion

 

What a wonderful parrot from The Contemporary Home! And…Arthouse curates that perfect livable space with brights and tropical patterns, you cannot go wrong!

 

 

3. Tropical Themed Artisan Bespoke Textile Touches!

 

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We love Penelope Hope’s bright and modern textiles and colors….a sure bet for beautiful updates! This year the brand has a wide variety of tropical fabrics, made in England and designed in Guernsey by the founder Nadia!

 

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