Eskayel and Shanan Campanaro have appeared in the world’s leading lifestyle, business, and design media. Here’s a selection of recent press coverage. For all press inquiries, please contact: email@example.com
The home, office, and work of founder Shanan Campanaro have been featured as inspiration in numerous books about interiors and design.
Magical Rooms: Elements of Interior Design
By Fawn Galli with Molly FitzSimons
Guided by her philosophy “A room should awaken the senses,” Galli’s goal is to cast a spell with her interior designs. Galli’s interiors are celebrated for expressing the deepest desires of her clients through storytelling layers of textiles, colors, and furnishings. In Magical Rooms, Galli shares her collaborative approach to show us how we can transform our inspirations into good design. Showcasing twelve very different interiors–from a Brooklyn townhouse to a Tribeca loft to a Greenwich Village apartment to an Upper West Side penthouse–Galli illustrates how she has achieved the finished look for each and breaks down her design principles into instructive teachings on scale, structure, balance, and color that readers can apply to their own interiors. Through the lens of her favorite rooms, Galli shares her own inspirations and tried-and-true tips, revealing how she distills her influences into five elements that she uses, in every project: Nature (bring the outside in); Clashing (a no-rules attitude); Surrealism (subverting the rules of scale and composition); Bohemian (worldly, chic, and eccentric); and Sparkle (the influence of disco sprinkled like fairy dust). Full of inspiration, ideas, and real-world design tips, Magical Rooms empowers us to dream and to create our own chic and personally meaningful interiors.
Living with Color: Inspiration and How-Tos to Brighten Up Your Home
By Rebecca Atwood
In her first book, Living with Pattern, textile designer Rebecca Atwood demystified how to conceptualize and feature pattern in your home designs. Now in Living with Color, Atwood delivers another definitive style guidebook that is both an aspirational design showcase and a highly readable, attainable how-to. She starts with the basics, such as complementary colors, the color wheel, and choosing your personal palette, then explains how to pair groups of colors room by room, showing all aspects of color design from walls to throw pillows. The book is filled with stunning photography of real homes around the country that beautifully display color in layers, patterns, and use.
Quiet Pattern: Gentle Design for Interiors
By Abigail Edwards
Home should be a retreat, a place for our minds to slow down and unwind, a place that feels safe and free of the stresses and insecurities of the outside world. Many people fear pattern and strong colour, thinking it can take this sense of calmness away. But pattern, when chosen carefully, can ground a space and create an atmosphere that improves one’s sense of self or wellbeing. In this book Abigail showcases her own patterns and interviews artisanal designers in New York, Scandinavia, Germany and the UK. Both hers and their inspirations are showcased, with the final chapter of the book demonstrating how to use them in a practical way at home.
In the Company of Women: Inspiration and Advice from over 100 Makers, Artists, and Entrepreneurs
By Grace Bonney, founder of Design Sponge
Across the globe, women are embracing the entrepreneurial spirit and starting creative businesses. In the Company of Women profiles over 100 of these influential and creative women from all ages, races, backgrounds, and industries. Chock-full of practical, inspirational advice for those looking to forge their own paths, these interviews detail the keys to success, highlight the importance of everyday rituals, and dispense advice for the next generation of women entrepreneurs and makers. The book is rounded out with hundreds of lush, original photographs of the women in their workspaces.
Surf Shack: Laid-Back Living by the Water
By Nina Freudenberger and Heather Summerville / Photographed by Brittany Ambridge
For those who combed Cabin Porn for inspiration and The New Bohemians for authenticity, here are the bungalows, trailers, cabins, and beach homes where surfers retreat after a day on the waves. Peek inside houses of longtime enthusiasts and dedicated newcomers that reflect not just a sport or passion, but also a way of life. Blake and Heather Mycoskie of TOMS, hotelier Sean MacPherson, Gypset author Julia Chaplin, and others (us!) have set up their homes as quiet harbors that embraces a casual ease, the break between the waves. With vibrant photographs of design details and bright beaches —from Malibu to the Rockaways, from Japan to Australia—this book captures the soulful milieu of a lifestyle we all aspire to.