Designer Ambre Crockett, founder of the natural fragrance line Ambre Blends, used Eskayel fabrics when decorating her 6,000-square-foot home in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her beautiful, light-filled home was designed by architectural designer/builder and interior decorator Avriel Shull. Check out the full feature on her home here.
Above // Ambre upholstered her two chairs in Eskayel’s Roman Ram – lt metal fabric with accompanying pillows.
We recently discovered the Algiers-born French Art Nouveau artist Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer and were struck by the beauty of his work . His gorgeous landscapes were inspired by art of the Renaissance and by his travels to Europe, North Africa, and Asia.
Below: Landscape painting by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer hanging in Picasso biographer Sir John Richardson’s living room. Photo via Wendy Goodman/Design Hunting.
Below: La Calanque a 6 heures du soir, c.1936, Musee d’Orsay, Paris.
Below: Les Roses d’Ispahan (after Gabriel Fauré) circa 1906-0.
Below: La Calanque – Crepuscule, no date given, private collection, Belgium.
This gorgeous set includes 18 patterned writing sheets, envelopes and stickers from three diverse designers. Included in the set are the beautiful designs of both Brittany Keats Cerullo and Kindah Khalidy. Pattern Papers is curated by NYC’s Textile Arts Center and brought to you by Princeton Architectural Press.
We love to see Eskayel installed in our client’s homes. Check out these beautiful creations and remember to send us images of Eskayel in your home too!
Handmade roman shade from our fabric The Drama in ocean.
Chair upholstered in our fabric Ripple in pearl.
Classic upholstered in our fabric The Drama in pesto.