This past week on Google + has certainly been a buzzy one for the Modenus community. The Modenus feed has been teeming with continuous design inspiration and fun conversation.
One of the highlights on the Modenus Google + community recently has been High Point Market with reports from Lynn Byrne, Jeanne Chung , Lisa Kahn-Allen and Raina Kattelson. We loved all of the updates, photos and thought that this vibrant, leather upholstered, tufted sofa by Wesley Hall Furniture and blue ottoman photographed and posted by Tina Ramchandani were just fab. Who knew colored leather could look so rich and playful at the same time.
Another great find from High Point Market was the ever so glamorous “Gina” fireplace screen from Arteriors. Lynn Byrne discovered the fireplace accessory during High Point Market and says, “This is the first time Arteriors carried fireplace accessories and I find them most welcome as nice ones are notoriously difficult to find.” I think we can agree with that.
Whilst the High Point Market trends flooded our social media channels, another design event in the neighborhood of Chelsea in New York City was being covered by Jennifer Mehditash of Decaporter. The Elle Decor Designer Visions Show House featured three designers this year at the Walker Tower building. Alessandra Branca was one of the talented designers that had been chosen to share her vision for the project including her acid green “Ana Damask” drapery upholstered master suite.
We love our budding G+ community because it provides a wonderful space to share images and still have a conversation about the designs. Gudy Herder delighted us with her focus on gold bath fixtures at Italian manufacturer Gessi, a BlogTour London & LA sponsor. Gudy, a stylist with projects all over the world focuses in on a recent trend of a white, black and gold combinations. Gudy comments on the recent trend, “Black&White + Gold is not just hot for bathrooms but quite an elegant and sophisticated on-going trend to observe in interior design.”
Last not least, we couldn’t resist this find, posted by our very own Veronika Miller. The simply fabulous glass desk was designed by BlogTour veteran Lisa Kahn in her collaboration with Chelsea House for this year’s High Point Market.
For more daily design inspiration and conversation, why don’t you join us on G+ ?