A Table Set for the Art Scene's In-Crowd

Fresh from the pages of House Beautiful.
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We spend months planning the design for our client’s homes, but nothing brings life to a room like two small, but impactful elements brought in during the final stages of the installation: handmade objects and florals. So when House Beautiful gave us carte blanche to design a tablescape and pencil a guest list, we composed a setting that brings together our favorite handmade artists like Morgan Peck, Robert Siegel, Workaday Ceramics, and Ben Mendansky. Set atop a splashy tablecloth by Shilo Engelbrecht, we rounded out the look with a high-contrast painting by A.E.U., linen napkins by Pom Pom at Home, the liveliest of muted green wall colors by Portola, and an explosion of unruly florals by Maurice Harris from Bloom and Plume. Scroll down to see our celebration of artists who, like at the end of a perfect meal, are the cherry on top of our favorite room designs. 

 

 

 

Interior design by Consort, Photo by Nicole LaMotte.

 

Confetti Bowl by Workaday Handmade ($66)

 

Medium Black and White Stretch Vase by Morgan Peck ($270)

 

Ben Medansky Oxblood Vessel II ($1000)

 

Abstract Pink Monoprint by Anna Ullman ($3000)

 

 

Interior design by Consort, Photo by Nicole LaMotte.

 

 

Brass Louise Bowl ($75)
Mar Vista Wall in Lime Wash by Portola

 

Brass Geo Stands by Yield Design Co (Set of 3) ($60)
Pom Pom at Home Olivier Napkins ($95)

 

Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone, Photo by Nicole LaMotte.

 

Florals by Maurice Harris

 

Watercolor Throw by Shilo Engelbrecht ($400)

 

Expletive F*ck Vase Set by Robert Siegel ($148)

 

See for yourself–House Beautiful's February 2018 issue is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and your neighborhood newsstand.

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