South by Southwest
Tracy Bulla -- Home Accents Today, October 1, 2011
Prepare to be captivated by Southwestern sophistication at its best — an earthy blend of native tribal prints, artisan ceramics and pottery, and mid-century modern design curated with a quiet flair for the dramatic.
Graphic stripe patterns imbue a calming effect in a soothing palette of earth tones from Elite Leather ($125 each).
Originally released in 1945, the Finn Juhl 45 chair expresses fluidity through solid wood with the delicate curvature of the arms in this elegant mid-century modern design from Control Brand ($2,025).
Hand-woven on upright looms, the flat-woven, reversible rug references a tribal vibe with bold, geometric imagery from AMS Imports ($995, 6x9).
Arteriors Home's serenely sculptural lamp replicates the look of hand-thrown pottery.
Wooden cubes of varying heights create a highly textured frame for Tozai Home's mirror, lending the modern design a slightly rustic quality.
Sunny orchids and succulents mingle in an artisan-inspired pottery cube from NDI ($325).
An arresting tribal pattern adds an ethnic slant to Safavieh's simply styled stool.
Uttermost and Surya at the Dallas Market Center