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STYLE FILE

2018 WINTER EDITION


Welcome to the Winter 2018...

...edition of the Style File, a

design resource packed with

our favorite trends, tips and

stylemakers to watch as we

head into the new year. Winter

is a season of fresh starts and

rejuvenation—which makes it

our favorite time to forecast

what’s “new & next” in the

design world! Need to know this

season’s trends, or better yet,

next summer’s hottest color

palettes? Looking for a source

for custom upholstery or limited

edition artwork? We seek out

creative brand partnerships

across the country in order to

bring you a constant stream

of visual energy that's sure to

inspire an idea just when you

need it most! At REstyleSOURCE,

we tap into the innovative power

available in every facet of our

industry, collaborating with the

best makers, designers and style

influencers. The result? We bring

a curated guide for sourcing

products directly to you—plus

the best visual inspiration to help

you put it all together! Read on

and discover the Winter issue of

the Style File, your digital pocket

guide that's all about style!

! The REstyleSOURCE Team

UPCOMING

MARKET DATES

THE ATLANTA

INTERNATIONAL GIFT

& HOME FURNISHINGS

MARKET

January 9 - 16, 2018

DALLAS TOTAL HOME

AND GIFT MARKET

January 17 - 23, 2018

MAISON + OBJET PARIS

January 19 - 23, 2018

LAS VEGAS WINTER

MARKET

January 28 - February 1, 2018

NY NOW

February 3 - 7, 2018

HIGH POINT SPRING

MARKET

April 14 - 18, 2018

DALLAS TOTAL HOME

AND GIFT MARKET

June 20 - 26, 2018

THE ATLANTA

INTERNATIONAL GIFT

& HOME FURNISHINGS

MARKET

July 10 - 16, 2018

LAS VEGAS SUMMER

MARKET

July 29 - August 2, 2018

On the Cover: Interior Design by

Studio McGee


Tritter Feefer Ad

High-quality, American-made, removable wallpaper.

C-584

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marketing@tempaperdesigns.com

732.920.2654


Located high in the scenic mountains

of Park City, this spacious ski home

by the Studio McGee design team

was a redesign that drew inspiration

from its alpine surroundings. The

location was ideal, says Salt Lake

City-based designer Shea McGee,

but the clients were dreaming of a

slightly different approach for the

interiors. Their main request? A

mountain home that felt more cozy

than modern, with a traditional

“cabin” feel that did not seem dark or

dated. The overall aesthetic needed

to be warm and welcoming to

provide the clients with a a luxurious

winter escape, without straying

towards feeling overly heavy or

kitschy. The resulting redesign feels

airy yet intimate (a Studio McGee

specialty), and makes the most of the

home’s ample natural light.

“The major challenge was

working with such a tight

turnaround time--only a

few months to complete

this huge project!”

Designing a home in a location with

a very specific style, such a coastal

or mountain setting, Shea felt it was

crucial not to fall into the use of

clichéd symbols and color palettes.

“You can speak to a location's

aesthetic,” says the designer, “by

incorporating bits and pieces, like

we did with the plaids and stone

accents, without going overboard on

a theme.”


classic

MOUNTAIN

CHARM


DESIGNING THE

DETAILS

Faced with an entryway that

wasn't very welcoming, the

design team incorporated

horizontally-installed pine

boards, stained a warm

gray. “We love the worn, but

sophisticated look it brings

to the space,” says Shea.

The natural light that pours

in through the entry’s many

windows really illuminates

the area, creating the ideal

welcome to a family vacation

home full of love, light and

warmth.


PROJECT CHALLENGES

The cabin’s defining architectural theme was a set of angular ceiling beams,

described by the designer as “a show-stopping focal point in the home.” Initially,

the design team felt these were beautiful, but a bit heavy in the space. To create

balance, they refinished the floors and painted the walls and trim a warm gray so

that the wood wouldn’t be overpowering. “By lightening the baseboards and casing,”

says the designer, “your eyes are drawn to the beautiful natural details of the home

without being overwhelmed.”


SHEA’S FAVORITES

“We completely changed the look of

the kitchen while keeping most of the

existing cabinetry and I loved the way it

turned out,” says Shea. “It's warm and

classic with subtle details that make

a big difference—in particular, the

statement lighting, the wood detail on

the hood, and the open shelving.” The

kitchen and nearby dining area are now

bright and open, with plenty of seating

for family meals or to entertain extra

guests.


We focused on giving each

room a facelift by changing

finishes but keeping a lot

of the flow and function. '


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OF THE

WEST

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Los Angeles-born Ryan Saghian

often incorporates elements of

Hollywood opulence into his spaces,

which he finds to be a defining

aspect of southern California style.

Ryan Saghian Interior Design is a

multifaceted design firm, exploring

all aspects of design, from residential

RYAN SAGHIAN

[MODERATOR]

Ryan Saghian Interior Design

Los Angeles, California

@ryansaghian

and hospitality projects to specialty

commercial interiors. Recently

dubbed the “go-to designer for

creating homes that feel invitingly

luxurious,” Ryan’s work has become

a staple in the Los Angeles design

community.

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4

TOP TRENDS

1. TAUPE

Arteriors, C379,

Springsteen Chair

2. ACRYLIC

Worlds Away, C369,

Newman Table

3. HOLLYWOOD

OPULENCE

BOBO Intriguing Objects,

C512, Train Station

Lamp

4. MILO BAUGHMAN

INSPIRED SOFA

Four Hands, A140,

Atelier Greenwich Sofa

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2

Audrey, a native East Coaster

working in the NYC fashion industry,

met Joshua, a native West Coaster

working in the LA entertainment

industry. Sharing a passion for style

and design, the couple opened

AUDREY WOOLEN

[PANELIST]

Urbanic Paper Boutique

Venice, California

@urbanic

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3

Urbanic Paper Boutique in 2006.

The shop has become a hub of

inspiration in Los Angeles and is

frequented by designers, bloggers,

stylists, celebrities and paper lovers

of all kinds.

TOP TRENDS

1. SUBTLE PATTERNS

Jaipur Living, B424,

CNK47 Pillow

2. CERAMIC ACCENTS

Paddywax, C1023,

Tobacco + Patchouli

Ceramic Candle

3. MIXED TEXTURES

Jaipur Living, B424,

CNK51 Pillow

4. GEOMETRIC DETAILS

Selamat Designs, C301,

Jute Hexagonal Table

5. MUTED COLORS

Jaipur Living, B424,

CNK44 Pillow

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Heather Bullard is a Contributing

Editor for Country Living Magazine,

and a freelance editorial prop stylist

and producer for a wide variety

of national shelter magazines and

lifestyle brands. Heather lives in

southern California, documenting

HEATHER BULLARD

[PANELIST]

Heather Bullard

Riverside, California

@heatherbullard

the highs and lows of her family’s

journey to build their dream home

(affectionately nicknamed Grove

House for its orange and citrus

groves) via her popular blog and

social media.

TOP TRENDS

1. BLACK + WHITE

PHOTOGRAPHY

Wendover Art Group,

C378, Camera Triptych

2. TEXTURAL ELEMENTS

Rene Cazares, A210,

Avalon Credenza

3. NEUTRAL AREA RUGS

Loloi Rugs, B471,

Giana Rug

4. LEATHER SOFAS

URBIA, C454

Phoebe Sofa

2

1

3

4

KELLY NUTT

[PANELIST]

Kelly Nutt Design

Costa Mesa, California

@kellynuttdesign

TOP TRENDS

1. LEATHER COUNTER

STOOLS

Moe’s Home Collection,

C474, Freeman Counter

Stool

Kelly Nutt started her interior design

company in 2007, after over ten

years in the design business. A

background at Ralph Lauren and

Barclay Butera kindled her passion

for design, eventually leading her to

strike out on her own in the world

of interior design. Kelly Nutt Design

embodies a current, yet traditional

and sophisticated style, bringing to

life the designer’s creative dreams for

her clients.

2. MIXING MATERIALS

Legend of ASIA, C355,

Carved Axel Coffee Table

3. BLACK WITH BROWN

UNDERTONES

Accent Decor, C124,

Chia Budvase

4. TEXTURE

Palecek, C498,

Quinn Chandelier

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Formed in 2011 by Jenn Pablo and

Olivia Korenberg, Twofold LA is a

client-centered boutique firm offering

services in interior & event design

and production. Informed by Jenn

and Olivia’s extensive experience

JENN PABLO & OLIVIA

KORENBERG [PANELISTS]

Twofold LA

Los Angeles, California

@twofoldla

with residential design, commercial

design and project management, the

team warmly tends to each of their

client’s specific needs, while bearing

in mind the importance of aesthetics,

form and function.

TOP TRENDS

1. WHITE OAK ACCENTS

Resource Decor, C401,

Morgan Accent Table

2. COZY SOFAS

Peninsula Home

Collection Co., C591,

Taos Sofa

3. GREENERY

D & W Silks, B401, Olive

Tree in Round Tin Planter

4. NATURAL FIBER RUGS

Chandra, B370,

JAZ 17000 Rug

3

2

4

1

Imported from England with a

background in interior architectural

design, Ginny Macdonald recently

started her own full service firm

in Los Angeles after four years as

Design Director for Emily Henderson

GINNY MACDONALD

[PANELIST]

Ginny Macdonald Design

Los Angeles, California

@ginny_macdonald

Design. Ginny believes that no two

clients or spaces are the same, and

employs her keen eye for detail,

focus on quality and love of vintage

items to infuse her personal style into

every project.

TOP TRENDS

1. WOVEN ACCESSORIES

Jamie Young Company,

C460, Jute Flower Mirror

2. LOTS OF PLANTS

A & B Home Inc., B480,

Succulent in Pot

3. SEASCAPE PAINTING

Leftbank Art, A229, End

of Summer I

4. DANISH MID-CENTURY

FURNITURE

Noir Trading, Inc., C399,

Kananga Sideboard

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3

4

2


BEHIND the LENS

TIPS FROM A PRO PHOTOGRAPHER

Q+A with Ryan Garvin

SOCIAL MEDIA IS A MUST FOR

DESIGNERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS

ALIKE. ANY TIPS FOR WHAT

MAKES A REGULAR PIC INTO AN

INSTAGRAM STANDOUT?

In my opinion, there are two things

required to create a standout

photo. First, you’ve got to have

something great to photograph.

Whenever I receive praise about

my photos, I appreciate it so much

but I always say that I’m only as

good as what I’m taking pictures

of. I’ve been blessed to work

with some of the most talented

designers across the country,

and without their hard work and

attention to detail, I wouldn’t have

the portfolio or the platform that

I have. A well‐designed space is a

must!


Second, you’ve got to have

a photographer who knows

how to capture the space

thoughtfully, intentionally,

and from the best possible

perspectives. The photo op

for a beautifully designed

space can go to waste when

the photo is taken from the

wrong angle or with the

wrong lens. In my opinion,

these two factors combined

are the perfect recipe for

creating the standout photo

that everyone is after

SOMETIMES THERE'S

NO TIME FOR A FULL

PHOTOSHOOT…THAT'S

WHEN WE ALL TURN

TO OUR PHONES FOR

THAT PERFECT INTERIOR

SNAPSHOT. ANY ADVICE ON

GETTING DSLR-WORTHY

SHOTS FROM A PHONE

CAMERA?

Never underestimate the

power of the resource you

have in your pocket!

SNAP IT IN A PINCH:

››

Pay close attention to your

vertical and horizontal

lines

››

Don’t be afraid to crouch

down (or stand on a

table!) to frame the photo

› › Turn off the lights for your

shot to avoid color casts

from artificial lighting


SET THE STAGE! NOTHING TURNS

A PIC INTO A WINNER LIKE

AMAZING STAGING...WHAT ARE

YOUR TIPS FOR QUICK, EFFECTIVE

STAGING BEFORE WHIPPING OUT

THE CAMERA (I.E. HOW TO CLEAR

CLUTTER, CREATE A FOCAL POINT,

ETC)?

How to style a shoot can vary

depending on what the purpose

of the shoot is. If it’s for editorial,

then a great deal of thought

and preparation goes into the

accessories, their placement, and

the props used to style the space

for the shoot. If it’s for a designer’s

portfolio, it’s more about conveying

the personality of that particular

space and the designer’s intention

behind it.

A few important basic styling

principles:

››

Fluff pillows

››

Hide cords & cables

››

Remove ancillary items (toaster

ovens, blenders, tissue boxes, etc)

››

Bring in fresh florals (succulents

and green hydrangeas are great

utility players)

››

Space out any props so as not

to create a “clumpy” area that is

prop heavy on one side

››

Try to balance everything by

looking at a test shot and then

placing props in an even way

WHAT ARE THE IDEAL LIGHTING

CONDITIONS FOR AN INTERIOR

SHOOT?

Part of the deal as a photographer

is knowing how to work with all

external lighting conditions, be it

bright sunny skies or dreary rain

clouds. When traveling for shoots,

I am often at the mercy of whatever

the weather may be. For me, the

most ideal lighting combination

is overcast weather (outside) and

lights off (inside). Clouds diffuse the

sun which creates nice, soft lighting

conditions, and having the lights off

invites the most authentic ambient

light to flow through the rooms.


FINALLY, WHAT DO

DESIGNERS NEED TO

KNOW ABOUT FOSTERING

A CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP

WITH A GREAT INTERIOR

PHOTOGRAPHER? HOW DO

YOU DECIDE WHO TO WORK

WITH?

First and foremost, I’d

encourage designers to do

their research and make

sure to find a photographer

whose aesthetic resonates

with them. Design is so

detail-oriented and it’s

important that you find

a photographer who

appreciates those details

and knows how to capture

what you’ve spent so much

of your time, energy, and

heart creating. You can

look at it like dating–find

a photographer who you

click with! Often times you’ll

be spending all day on a

shoot (or lots of days) with

this person, so choosing

someone you enjoy being

around is important. It's

also important that your

photographer hears you and

understands your vision.

While I like to think I am

pretty good at what I do,

being able to listen to my

clients’ ideas on a shoot is

a key part of my job. They

often have ideas about shots

and compositions that are

important to them. A good

photographer will take

that into consideration and

understands that the shoot

is truly a collaborative effort

in that regard!


winter 2018

HOTLIST

RAILI CLASEN'S WINTER FAVES

For the master bedroom, I can't seem to get

enough of the tone-on-tone look. I’m loving

layers and layers of soft comforters and

linen sheets all in tones of green--minty

sheets, emerald duvets, hunter green

throws and lime green pillows—all in

a big "just slept in" look. The best part

is there is no "perfectly made bed," and

any color palette works as long as it’s in

the same family.

Photo c/o Raili Clasen

Fabric featured on left: Geometric II - Puzzle by Cole & Son


RAILI CLASEN


As an interiors

photographer and stylist,

I have a front row seat

to design trends as I am

traveling from coast to

coast Here, find a few

of the trends I expect to

see in 2018; some are

new and some are just

too good to let go

from 2017!

ALYSSA ROSENHECK


ALYSSA ROSENHECK'S TOP TRENDS OF 2018

GREENERY

Plants made a huge

statement in 2017 and I

foresee this trend sticking

around in 2018. Adding

greenery is an affordable

way to add a fresh touch

and major impact to

your space. Get creative

with planters and play

with the scale of plants

in relationship to your

space—don't be afraid to

suspend them from the

ceiling!

ALYSSA ROSENHECK'S TOP TRENDS

PATTERN PLAY

floor. One of my favorite

moments as the founder

of #TheNewSouthern is

seeing a good traditional

Southern design moment

reimagined in a new way.

Across the country, I've

started to see black walls

as the new neutral, while

floors are painted white

to really open up a

space. Whichever moment

you prefer, it becomes

another inexpensive design

choice that highlights the

furniture, art, and the life

you live within a space.

We're drifting away from

florals, animal prints and

ikats and coming back to

funky, geometric shapes,

from floors to wallpaper to

accent pillows and beyond.

I'm beginning to see

more intricate patterns

re-emerge in a bold way,

which is such an easy way

to add personality to a

room.

COLOR STORIES

Black is the new white wall

and white is the new black

FRESH TALENT

One of the benefits of

having my finger on

the pulse of design is

that I'm constantly

introduced to the creatives

who are pushing the

trends forward. I've seen

a strong shift towards

art and the makers who

create it, and I think

it's our responsibility and

privilege to support them

and their labors, which

breathes new life into my

work and into our homes.


BROOKE WAGNER'S

TOP TRENDS OF 2018

Photo c/o Alyssa Rosenheck

We are moving to

sophisticated, organic

palettes that are full of

layered textures and

mixed finishes. Warmer

tones and saturated

pops of color are on

trend!

NEW MATERIALS

Organic materials,

natural stone,

unlacquered metals

ALYSSA and raw ROSENHECK'S

wood.

TOP TRENDS

COLOR STORIES

Warmer colors and

morecolor than in past

years. Green is huge!

Photo c/o Brooke Wagner

UNUSUAL

COMBINATIONS

Chunky stripes and

plaids... together.

SURFACE DETAILING

Antiqued marble is

amazing, and one of my

favorite slab choices

right now!


BROOKE WAGNER


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Display your favorite

words of wisdom with a

millennial pink letter board

3

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TRENDING

Fill your dining space

with ceramic vessels that

inspire a modern cuisine

ROSÉ ALL

THE WAY

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ROSÉ ALL THE WAY • Everything’s

coming up rosy in this trend inspired

by a new spin on a beloved hue. More

striking than simple neutrals, this

delicate and oh-so-’grammable shade

is loved by millennials everywhere,

and seems at home almost anywhere.

Conjuring up simple, candy-sweet

images of seashells and sunrises with

ease, this pale pink takes on an edgier

note when paired with deeper reds,

charcoals and black. Step into the

pink future and see the world through

rosé-tinted glasses with us!

GET THE LOOK

1. Marbled Cloth

Muse Modern

2. Ambroze Set of 3 Vases,

Blush Pink

Bungalow 5

3. Swayzak Planter

Chive

4. Pink Felt Letter Board

Ban.do

5. Urn High Gloss Pink

Barbara Cosgrove

6. Priya Blush with Mitered Ribbon

Eastern Accents

7. Priya Blush Knife Edge

Eastern Accents

8. AFS 13 Multi

Momeni Rugs

9. Shell Bisque Round Serving

Bowl Soft Pink

Canvas Home

10. Shell Bisque Tidbit Plate Soft Pink

Canvas Home

SHOP THE TREND

AESTHETIC

MOVEMENT

BUNGALOW 5

HANDLEY

DRIVE

NATURAL

CURIOSITIES


Furnish the room with

antiques that grant a

romantic and harmonious

warmth

2

Keep the composition

soft and delicate by

blending in lovable

layers

3

4

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TRENDING

PETITE

SOPHISTICATE

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5

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8


PETITE SOPHISTICATE • Baby, you’re

the best. Create a sophisticated

space for little ones to grow in and

surround them with luxury from

the beginning—after all, they might

just be a design superstar in the

making! Sturdy wood furnishings,

soft textiles and whimsical accents

create a cozy nest that’s as practical

as it is stylish. Sweet text-based

artwork sends a simple message of

nurture to a much-loved bundle of

joy.

GET THE LOOK

1. CA-2390 Belgian Canopy Cabinet

Bliss Studio

2. Dolomite Four Rabbits

Sagebrook Home

3. Natural Striped Designer

Throw Blanket

Homelosophy

4. My Sun, My Moon Art Print

Sugarboo and Co

6. Flat Shell Necklace

Outpost Original

7. Kerani Wall Hanging, White

Selamat

8. Fallon Linen Wing Chair

Safavieh

9. Spatter Gold on White

Tempaper

5. Lyndhurst Floor Lamp

Currey and Co

SHOP THE TREND

BLISS

STUDIO

IMAGINE

HOME

POM POM

AT HOME

SWEET

GUMBALL


2

1

Brass inlay nods to

modern deco design

3

9

TRENDING

DECO-RATE

4

Go gold in every

corner of the

home with gilded

accessories

5

6

8

7


DECO-RATE • One of the most iconic

styles of the 20th century receives

a 21st century refresh in this

modernized twist on Art Deco. Refined

geometric shapes, bold designs and

radiating lines define this update on

a classic style. Ready to party like it’s

1929? Don’t skimp on decadent details

such as brass inlay and shagreen,

which add a Jazz Age-style richness

that’s streamlined for modern taste.

GET THE LOOK

1. San Rafael Bar Stool

Alder and Tweed

2. Woven Tribe I

Celadon Art

3. Hobbs Cabinet

Resource Decor

4. Ragtime

Renwil

6. Blake Magazine Rack, Brass

Pangea Home

7. Simon Dining Table

Arteriors

8. Zane Wheeled Lounge Chair

Sunpan

9. Omari Small Sculpture

Arteriors

5. Block Perpetual Calendar

Sir|Madam

SHOP THE TREND

ARTERIORS

GILDED

HOME

CELADON

ART

GOLD LEAF

DESIGN


3

4

1

Imaginative,

sculptural seating options

inspire the senses and

provide a comfortable

place to rest

5

2

TRENDING

10

INSIDE

OUT

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6

7

8

Spark up lively conversation at

gatherings with a firepit focal point


INSIDE OUT • Where indoor relaxation

meets outdoor recreation, truly

luxurious living takes shape. Blur the

line between sitting room and patio

even further with furnishings that are

ready for the spotlight. Bold, sculptural

seating and a durable, stylish rug make

a geometric statement, while woven

textures add a dash of artistry. Notes

of sky blue complement a palette of

subtle neutrals to perfection. Create

the outdoor haven of your dreams

with inspiration from this high style

look!

GET THE LOOK

1. San Martin Outdoor Sofa

Palecek

2. Nest Armchair

Kannoa

3. Wai Bowl and Planter

Accent Decor

4. Flower Chair

Fermob USA

5. Mayfair Bistro Table

Selamat Designs

6. Stecca Alto Stool

Urbia

7. Albany Daybed Gray & Light Gray

Zuo Modern

8. FUOCO Gel-Burning Firepit

blomus

9. IE-02 Mist Aqua

Loloi

10. Heri Hanging Chair

Skyline Design

SHOP THE TREND

JAIPUR LIVING

CURREY &

COMPANY

SUMMER

CLASSICS

FOUR HANDS


GLOBAL CITIZENS

1 2 3

4

Be a citizen of the world with this collection of globally-inspired

artisan treasures.

1. Pinnacles Arm Chair Selamat 2. Extra Large Teal Thousand Hills

Basket KAZI Goods 3. Adair Rug Jaipur Living 4. Round Bread Bowls

Europe2You 5. Gold Floral Bound Books E. Lawrence Ltd. 6. Christian

Lacroix Gold Paseo Notebook Chronicle Books 7. The Finer Things

(Christine Lemieux) Penguin Random House 8. Journey by Design

(Katharine Pooley) Assouline

WELL BOUND

5 6 7 8

Go ahead and judge these books by their covers—they’re equally

beautiful inside and out!


HER TRAVEL KIT

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4

Whether at home or away, these little luxuries create a sense

of warmth and peace.

1. Green Tea Foam Bath Lothantique 2. Lumio Wrapped Bar Soap

Mer-Sea & Co. 3. Faux Fur Throw SARO 4. Large Gift Tin Tea

Tasting Assortment Tea Forte 5. Botanico de Havana Body Lotion

Archipelago 6. Leather Zipper Pouch Izola 7. Summit Soak

Ethics Supply Co. 8. Sweet Balsam Axiom Candle Skeem Design

HIS TRAVEL KIT

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Relax and unwind in true gentleman style, with amenities to

inspire and delight the senses.


DESIGNER

DOZEN

The Most Inspiring

Instagrams of

Winter 2018


@ashe_leandro @augusttaylordesign @collins_interiors

@cottonwoodandco @dabito @designworkshome

@hernandezgreene @raili_ca_design @shophousedesign

@tessaneustadt @claireesparros @devolkitchens


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