Six Examples That Show How Jewelry Inspires Furniture and Lighting

How do interior design trends happen?  They are inspired by ideas from the world around us.  To show you, here are six examples of design elements that are traditionally used in the creation of jewelry incorporated into furniture and lighting.

Boca Do Lobo

Boca Lo Dobo

This majestic sideboard flaunts hand carved wood garland that functions as the doors pull. The amethyst color is still one of my favorites. This statement piece would be fabulous placed in a foyer, setting a dramatic tone for a home’s décor.

Duke and Duke

Duke and Duke

This gilded wrought-iron sofa looks spectacular from all directions.  This sculptural piece would be perfect if placed in the center of a room. The sensuous shape makes me want to drag my hand along the top of it.

Kelly MacBride

The home collection lamps are terrific custom pieces. They are a group of modular shapes that are cut in stone and can easily be stacked into different configurations. This black onyx lamp is quietly luxurious, for the classically modern living room.

Aviva Stanoff

This “bling-bling” pillow would look great on a natural linen sofa; it would create a striking contrast between the matte finish of the linen and the sparkle of the pillow. If are looking for a way to spice up your seating area these pillows will do the trick!

Viva Home

This is a lovely option for wall art, It is a sculptural wall panel made of Pink Agate which can be used in place of your traditional canvas painting. This would make a great focal point for a room especially over a fire place.

Arca

This egg sconce is made from a precious material, the horn which creates a luxury and elegance that is timeless and everlasting. The play on geometry pairing the rectangular shade with the oval bone creates a very intriguing and sculptural feel for a light source.

In a recent blogpost from Bunny Williams, she shows some furniture in her line that has gone a little wild.  I can only imagine how the world around her inspired that line.

Here is how I’ve incorporated ideas in my work that inspire me because I believe “it’s all in the details.”

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Boca Do Lobo

Duke and Duke

Kelly MacBride

Aviva Stanoff

Viva Home

Arca

 


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