SETTING THE MOOD
Wanderlust reminds us where we’ve been and what we can become. It serves as a gallery, framing the individual beauty and history of vases and pots, giving you time to admire each thing collected.
Shop the Look: Zagora Lanterns | Persian Votives | Rosalie Glass Pieces | Pouf Pillow | Elephant Pot
From sun-faded, hand-woven textiles to glowing lanterns, this look evokes a dinner party scene on a warm summer evening in Morocco.
We filled this story with our newest colored glass pieces, mainly from the Rosalie Collection
. The colored depression glass brings an elegant, vintage-inspired vibe to this look. New to our collection this year are the many textiles we’ve added. Giant pouf pillows
, throw blankets
, macrame table runners
, and more add a soft, moroccan feel.
Bright accents and patterns put a soft and modern take to the weathered terracotta at the foundation of this story. From showroom design to flower selection in photoshoots, we pulled from the following palette to complement the pieces in this story.
Working with our floral director, Joyce Mason-Monheim on floral selections for this trend and with father-daughter duo, Ian and Zoë of Botanica International Design & Decor Studio
, for styling and arranging the florals for our photoshoots, we’re able to see these products embody the story we designed for them.
Without the right flowers (and more importantly, great design), the products would remain products, and the story completely lost.
From Peonies to Protea, the color combinations and colors bring an elegant, event-focused look to these globally inspired containers.
In our showrooms, we filled containers with orange trees and fiddle leaf figs, along with seeded eucalyptus, bay laurel, and pepperberry for texture and height.
Floral arrangements in the showroom contained muted, peach-colored roses, cymbidium orchids, anthurium, sunflower centers, and hanging amarathus.