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Friday, 12 September, 2014
Sight Unseen is an online design magazine that curates and sells handmade goods from emerging designers. They are some of our favorite taste makers around so it’s no wonder that we are in love with their new fall collection. With a playful ode to Memphis style this collection embraces both form and function. Tons of texture and a mostly muted palette makes it easy to incorporate any of these items into your home – or onto your body! Two of our favorite pieces include the ceramic Donut Mobile and the Cone Lamp from Josephine Heilpern of Recreation Center. Pictured below are a few of our other top picks but click here to view the full collection.
To see these beauties in person, be sure to check out Sight Unseen’s pop up shop on the ground floor of the Space Ninety 8 project space at 98 N. 6th St, Williamsburg until October 5th. We’ll see you there!
Wednesday, 23 July, 2014
Monday, 30 June, 2014
Nine days in and we’ve got summer on the mind! Here are four summer palette ideas to inspire. Can you spot Kaya? She has become one with the patterns.
One / Biami Hide / Hive Waterstone / The Twin Rooster
Two / Hive Citron / Reflection Pool / Astral Nyanza
Three / Hive Nyanza / Bungalow Celadon / Areca Palms Breeze / Native Stripe B+W
Four / Nairutya Chalk / Omaha Kinship Flare / Paw Paw Flare / Poolside + Natale Pearl
Tuesday, 17 June, 2014
Summer is just about here and it’s time for a summer jewelry wardrobe reset! For necklaces and bracelets, we are loving Julie Thevenot’s newest ISIAND collection. Her signature neon accents, gold beads and hand painted vinyl beads remind us of sun, vacation and surf. Shop Julie’s complete collection HERE. For rings, we can’t get enough of Jane D’Arensbourg’s newest glass and metal creations. Her sculptural, intricate work is so beautiful and makes for the perfect summer accessorizing. Shop Jane’s complete collection HERE.
BELOW // visit Julie Thevenot @julietheven0t & www.juliethevenot.com
BELOW // visit Jane D’Arensbourg @janedarensbourg & www.janedarensbourg.com
Tuesday, 10 June, 2014
Wednesday, 7 May, 2014
For the month of April we gave 1% of our sales to Project AWARE, an organization dedicated to the protection of our oceans and sea life. They work for secure protection for the worldâ€™s most vulnerable shark species and their Dive Against Debris program encourages scuba divers to clean harmful debris from underwater environments.
In celebration of the hard work they do and because of our fondness here at Eskayel for the sea, we are releasing a new series of underwater prints! See the prints here and be sure to check out Project Aware to see all the amazing work they are doing to ensure a clean, healthy ocean planet.
Friday, 2 May, 2014
A client recently requested color work on our pattern Species in waterstone and we loved the result so much that we’ve added it to our fabric collection. This new pattern/colorway, which we’ve named Species in indigo, is less saturated in yellow and the beautiful indigo tones really pop. Shop Species – indigo here.
Tuesday, 29 April, 2014
We are loving these colorful, whimsical photographs from the series Pattern & Porcelain, a collaboration of prop stylist Carla Gonzalez-Hart and photographer Christopher Testani.
Below are a few of the works featuring Eskayel patterns but be sure to check out the complete series here to see the rest of this amazing project.
BELOW // Untitled No. 3
“Boulle” by Bernardaud on “The Gypsy Ocean” by Eskayel. “Sacred Bird & Butterfly” by Mottahedeh on Fabric by Mociun.
Friday, 18 April, 2014
GRAY MAGAZINEÂ We love that Gray Magazine included Eskayel’s Jangala – citron fabric on their style page of design elements inspired by water. Follow @gray_magazine.
WALL STREET JOURNAL WSJ featured Eskayel’s Hive – citron wallpaper and fabric in “Old-School Decorating: Drench a Room in Pattern” by Alexa Brazilian
Thursday, 17 April, 2014
Designer Ambre Crockett, founder of the natural fragrance line Ambre Blends, used Eskayel fabrics when decorating herÂ 6,000-square-foot home in Indianapolis, Indiana.Â 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.
Below // Ambre used Eskayel pillows to accent her bed and couch. Pictured on the bed is Poolside – strata and on the couch is The Teacher – pesto.