This post originally appeared on the One King's Lane blog. It is about one of my favorite designers, so I wanted to share in case you missed it.
|Their family home in San Francisco|
“We love mixing materials in our designs,” says Shannon of the marble-and-carved-wood ottoman depicting Broadhurst’s Fruit Vine pattern. The pillows are also from Selamat’s Broadhurst line; the rug is by Vivienne Westwood for The Rug Company.
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The show stopping dining room is wallpapered in Broadhurst’s signature Birds of Paradise print. “There are so many hidden things in it: a male bird with the regal tail, a female bird perched on opposing branches,” says Shannon.
A iron chair, inspired by Roman aqueduct arches, sits beneath a limited-edition Japanese Fans print from the Broadhurst archives. “It was a present from the keeper of the original Broadhurst screens, David and Helen Lennie,” Shannon tells us.
A chair in a Broadhurst floral is paired with a sculptural console that mimics one of the designer’s geometrics. “It’s completely changed the feel of our dining room to add a really dark color,” says Shannon. “It’s made the room feel richer while serving the same function.”