GUESS WHAT PEOPLE -- IT'S ALL HAPPENING. Yes, unless you've been seriously frying yourself at the beach for the long weekend (or under a rock, whatever), you may or may not know that the Miles Redd for Schumacher Collection has dropped. Spoiler Alert: its fabulous.
Here's an assortment of my favorites:
And here's the whole collection!
"Brighton Pavilion" is insanely drool-worthy and is available in both wallpaper and fabric.
"Cubist" is a gorgeous fabric -- its geometric panels are pieces of stitched together taffeta.
"Capri" is a linen stripe with a slight sheen, and who doesn't love a ticking stripe?
"Peacock" is a classic cotton chintz inspired by the designs of John Fowler and Nancy Lancaster.
"The Wave" is a fabulous cut-velvet stripe which I can't wait to rub my hands over!
"V Step" is a polished cotton-satin with embroidered angles.
"Deconstructed Stripe" is a dynamic geometric print, and Redd's homage to Albert Hadley
"Watercolor" is a dreamy linen stripe with a soft appeal.
"Tumbling Blocks" is an ode to David Hicks and the print charmingly hand-drawn in pen and marker by Redd.
And the piece de resistance -- "Glass Paneling" is a mylar wallpaper (yes, what birthday balloons are made of!) inspired by the David Adler mirrored paneling in Redd's own bathroom. And I cannot wait to plaster a lucky ceiling in this!!!
Which is your favorite and how would you use it?