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8 Easy Steps For a Romantic Summer Gathering

Would you like 8 tips for hosting an easy little party at home this summer? Hello everyone! This is Anke, I'm on cattledogs once monthly with my entertaining column and today I have a very romantic tabletop story for you. But first, how are you? Did summer arrive where you live? Here in Germany it has, and the blooming flowers overwhelm as does the lush green everywhere. I also love the long, light evenings -- they are definitely more than welcome.

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Today I have a romantic, floral tabletop story to inspire you for a summer gathering at your home indoors or out on the terrace. Let's follow nature as a good example and not hold back on color and light! This is more or less the motto for all of my columns, but this time each year I sorta flip out even more with pastels such as pink and peach when decorating. And I know you are out there, pastel-lovers!

1// CHOOSE YOUR FLOWER.  The peony is probably my favorite flower. What is yours? I can't pass by them when I spot the splendid bunches at the flower shops and the weekly markets in town. For this story, I've let them team up with sumptuous field-grown roses. Together peonies and roses are masterpieces made by nature, don't you think?  Select your flowers or greenery for the party and let them guide your theme. This can be your first choice of inspiration or something you do in the middle or end of your shopping. In this story, the flowers inspired everything else. Some people begin with the food they will serve or the pattern on their dinnerware. It's up to you.

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2// MAKE SOMETHING. Guests love it when a little attention to detail is on display. I never tire of admiring the tender blossoms of roses, they are tissue paper look-a-likes - so poetic and delicate! This association between petal and paper gave me the idea to fold small blooms out of heart-shaped paper I bought from an online shop. Moreover I "filled" some flowers with pale pink, fringed paper centers by cutting off a narrow stripe of paper, then cut-in with very little distance on the long side and rolled it up. Easy, I promise! I scattered a few on my tabletop and others became part of the decoration on each plate as you will see later on...

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3// ADD A GARLAND.  Nothing says party time quite like a garland (or you may call it bunting?). One more detail made of silk paper I chose was the garland you see in the background. Garlands are such a perfect adornment for a summer celebration. They make everything festive. You can buy them pre-made or make your own. You can also embellish pre-made garlands by adding balloons and ribbons for a little personalization.

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4// DRESS THE TABLE.  A  simple tablecloth and napkins made of white linen were added along with very plain white tableware. I placed arrangements in simple glass canning jars and a single large glass vase to keep it light and bright. I didn't add ribbons or anything else, I figured the roses were enough and I didn't want the theme to get too girly. I liked the simple glass because it reflects natural light so well and visually the flowers become the focus, not the vessels.

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5// MAKE PLACE CARDS.  Instead of traditional place cards I tied tiny golden frames onto napkins using jute cord and embellished each one with a paper blossom. I printed out the little tags on my computer using a favorite font.

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6// HAVE A SIGNATURE PARTY DRINK.  I offered Rosé Secco poured into simple glasses filled with ice cubes, peach slices and fresh mint. Every gathering, no matter how simple, needs a signature drink - alcoholic or not. What do you like to serve? Gin tonic with slices or cucumber and mint are nice for summertime, too. "Cheers to summer!"

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7// ADD SIMPLE PARTY DECORATION. A small party can still feel festive! If you have an extra 30 minutes, print out some words in color and frame them for your wall in the space. If you are good at hand lettering, use your favorite color marker or paint and paint some words - Happy Birthday, Welcome Summer, It's a Boy!, or anything else that fits your theme.

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8// PLAN YOUR PARTY MENU. What will you serve? Food is key to making a party (or breaking it!). For this little gathering, serve a roasted chicken dish with roasted veggies or maybe some pasta or a salad dish -- something very summery and fresh. You can also opt for a simple spread, like a cheese and meat board with fresh bread and toppings, buffet style. Another idea is for a casual afternoon cake and coffee party only without cake and no coffee - go very light. You could plan this for after work on a Friday with the girls before a long weekend or on a Sunday afternoon. For my setting, I served one of my favorite summer desserts which is oven roasted peaches with Greek yoghurt, topped with crushed Cantuccini (Biscotti), pistachios and fresh mint. So simple and so good! Drizzled honey on top is also a good idea with some orange zests. My kids prefer vanilla ice cream, it's your choice.

I'd like to wish all of you many beautiful, sunny, memorable and relaxed summer moments (filled with a party or two) in the upcoming weeks!

If you have some nice parties this summer and want to share them with cattledogs readers, post your tabletop on Instagram and use hashtags #cattledogs #decorateforaparty so we can see what you've done. We'd love to see and if we have some nice submissions, we can feature our favorites on cattledogs!

I'm looking forward to returning with my late summer column after I return from our summer vacation, so expect to see me here again in early August with another tabletop idea for end of summer. - .

(Photography, Styling, Text: . Editing: Holly Becker)

Lovely Paris Apartment of Paola Navone

I just spent an hour wildly researching the source of the first photo found on Pinterest, and decided that after all of that effort, I simply had to share the image with you along with all of the others as it is the Parisian apartment of one of the most famous Italian designers, Paola Navone. It is one of the most beautiful that I've come across in awhile.

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The space is an old converted silk and tobacco factory with hints of Asian and Mediterranean influences. Not sure if Ms. Navone still resides here, but I'm certain if she does, it is altogether different today as it is shown below. A designer is known to change things around frequently and these photos are at least 4 years old. Yet, they still serve as an inspiration to behold and are still so relevant which is always the sign of a good designer or artist. The cheerful colors are so very elegant and made me smile as I recall my week in Milan in April where I saw this cheerfulness in action time and time again - playfulness meets poetic, imagination boldly takes on upper class confidence. It's so very in at the moment - to be quirky and cheeky but also high end and luxurious! I love the rebellion against what is right and perfect. It's edgy, bring it on!

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Isn't this altogether stunning and magnificent? Doesn't it remind you to live however you want, decorate how you wish, and just love the home you live in?

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Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

I'm off to Hamburg today but first, I have to show you something that I'm very excited about! My wallpaper! I worked on a beautiful project for  that gave me a chance to select any wallpaper for my home that I wanted for one room, so I scooped up the Hornbeam pattern shown below. Why? It's neutral, understated and just so pretty - I kept going back to it again and again. I love that it goes with anything. I wanted time to live with the wallpaper before reviewing it here on my blog to see how it would look over time - would it stand up, would it peel, would it fade, could I still even live with it after time passed...

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In fact, that was always my decorating fear. Choosing a pattern and then feeling stuck with it or getting sick of it in a month. Luckily, I chose the perfect pattern for me because I actually like it more today than I did when we had it installed - and I loved it then!

When I was looking for the right pattern, I made of short list of what I wanted. First, it needed to have a natural, organic pattern. We live on the border of a massive forest in the city, so it needed to feel urban enough but also forest-y. I also didn't want anything geometric and whatever pattern I went with had to complement the ginko leaf stucco on the ceiling. Another essential was that it needed to be strong and somewhat thick because the walls are 117 years old and not perfectly smooth. We smoothed them out but still, you can't get perfect in a home this old. I also wanted it to feel a bit feminine and curvy. I know that sounds strange, but the windows and the room itself has a lot of lines. The room itself is a massive rectangle. That's why I went with a soft, feather pendent light to work with the wallpaper and soften the lines of the room too. Another must was that it can't fade and in this spot in my living room, wallpaper is prone to fading because it's in the sun all day long (I never close my linen curtains). Hornbeam ticked off all the boxes, so I ordered it!

After two years the wallpaper looks the same as it did the day we installed it - the color and pattern are still perfect.But the wallpaper did exactly what I set out for it to do.

 is a gorgeous company through and through but keep in mind that it's not budget. It will not be at the same price point as something Made in China or in some massive factory. I toured their small but mighty workshop in southern England (), met their Head of Creative, Charlotte Crosby and watched their elaborate process for both making paint and producing wallpaper - it's intensive, expensive to manufacturer, and they have to employ true experts to work on every part of the process. I met many workers in the factory and all were like a part of the F&B family; their pride was evident. I left with nothing but respect for the brand.

Thing is, when you make something time-consuming, beautiful and of quality, and have to pay experts to make it, your products will not (and should not) be at the same price as what is cheaply made in sweat shops. That is the beauty of Farrow & Ball, it is a pure luxury to have them in your home and you take pride in that ownership. It's not just wallpaper or paint, it's Farrow & Ball wallpaper and paint produced in England by a company who really, truly loves what they do.

Here is the wallpaper in my living room, shown throughout this post. While I'm currently on the hunt to add-in some art and a few pieces of furniture, I am very happy with how the wall looks. It's just the right amount of pattern without overwhelming my moody and calm living room.

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If you have a copy of my latest book, , this room may feel familiar to you. You can see it in the book only not as a living room. For the party theme in the book, I transformed this space =into a dining room and worked the theme around the Hornbeam-patterned wallpaper. This paper works beautifully in any room of the home.

I hope that you like my choice, it was definitely a great pick and came out exactly how I had envisioned it. My next goal: Add color to the room through accessories. I really want a cozy new sofa, more comfortable chairs, a large round white marble coffee table, art for above the sofa, new table lighting, new sofa side table. What will I do with everything currently here? Move it to another room and use in other ways, of course. But the wallpaper STAYS.

Thank you for the beautiful wallpaper, what a truly lovely statement it makes in my space.

(Photography: Holly Becker for cattledogs)

8 Ways To Transform Nursery Into a Kid's Room

Hello everyone, I hope you're doing good. I'm heading off to Hamburg in the morning so before I go, I thought I'd share a project that I recently finished and photographed to appear in a big magazine later this year - my little boy's updated bedroom! I took it from being a baby nursery to a room fit for a three-year-old boy complete with a new bed, some new art, a drawing table, new rug and a few other things you may spot that are a little different from before. I love how it came out.

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I've not changed much in his bedroom since I designed his nursery (before and after ) but I did exchange his crib for the beautiful  from (which we love) and I added a small table with a bench from  along with a Bloomingville wooden toy box on wheels (not shown). I also mixed new rugs, linen curtains, new bedding, a few new cushions and I switched up the art on one of his walls. So I guess I did change a few things! It really needed a facelift and he was so happy when he saw the finished results! I imagine his room will stay this way (more or less) for another 3-4 years, and then we'll update again with new wallpaper on the back wall, new paint, new scheme... But for now, this room is definitely made to grow with him.

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Ready to check out his updated room with my 8 steps? It's very gender neutral, so it's great for a boy or girl!

  1. Switch out the crib with an adaptable, quality bed. I didn't want to buy a toddler bed, then have to buy a twin bed or a full bed a few years later, too much shopping! We opted for the Wood Day Bed from because it's made very well, handmade in fact, and is a beautiful Danish design so if he tires of it in a few years, it will fit beautifully into my guest bedroom where I currently have a very boring twin bed. This day bed also has an organic allergy-free mattress and an extra insert to extend the current mattress with any extra peice, so when he is taller, the day bed grows with him - the frame pulls apart and you place in two new railings. Then it's the length of a normal twin size bed.
  2. Update the bedding. This is such an easy but dramatic change because the modern bunny pattern still works with the wallpaper yet makes the room look like it's a for an older child now and not a baby.
  3. Update the art. Also easy. You don't have to change or get rid of everything, of course, but swap out prints and just move things around. The papier mâché mask went from over his changing table to above his bookcase. The wall chart stayed because he still likes it and I knew when I first put it in his nursery that we could keep it for years before the cars and superheros posters take over. Some of the art I just taped to the walls with washi tape just as before when I put together his nursery. Washi tape lasts for years, at least the MT Tape brand, so prints won't fall off the wall no matter how humid or cold the room gets.
  4. Add curtains that hang to the floor. I like these because they are linen and light, but also block out the light even during bright daylight. I opted for a black trim on the curtains to make them look a bit more grown up so he'll hopefully keep them for years and if he doesn't, I can easily pop them into the guest room or another spot in my home. I always think like this when I shop - where else can I use the item if I tire of it in the room I'm buying it for today? It's a great thing to do when you shop, especially for the investment pieces like drapes. Can you imagine them in another room or reimagine as a shower curtain, cafe curtain, pillow covers or a bench cover?
  5. Work table - a must! A baby isn't able to sit on a bench and color but a little child loves being creative so give them space to do so in their room on a little table, mine is from . I have two benches for this table but the other one stays in the guest room with plants on it for now, but when he's friends come by and they all want to sit at the table, I can pull the second bench out and they can go at it. He also loves that he can pick up the bench and move it around his room. He likes to move it below his window so he can peek outside throughout the day.
  6. New rugs for playing. I picked up a flat weave rug so he can race his cars on it and also be comfortable since the floors are hardwood, but I also exchanged the fluffy flokati rug I had in his nursery for a flat surface, but still cozy to sit and place legos on. You can't play legos on a deep, fluffy rug! I imagine I'll change the rug again in a year or two, but this one was under 100 Euros and can go into another room in my home or I can give it away to a friend.
  7. Flexible dresser/changing table top. I was THRILLED that I ordered a changing table/dresser combo from before he was born because the changing surface came off easily and now he still has the lovely white dresser that he's had for over three years now. I lost the handles though (I took them out when he was crawling and emptying out the drawers constantly) and haven't found them since so now I am looking for new pulls. But other than that, the dresser is still in beautiful condition and we really love it. He can keep this dresser for years and years, and it's wood so we can paint it black when he goes through his teen angst years or whatever. ha ha!
  8. Restyle things. Move stuff around and add in new things that your child loves and plays with. Don't be afraid to move out the baby stuff - even if you can't part with it yet, store things someplace until you are ready to pass them on to another child or maybe your own next child! I switched around things on his bookcase and on the shelves over his dresser that paint of a picture of his life today.
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Updated bedding

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New curtains, table and chairs

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Updated art above bookcase

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Updated rugs, new bed, new laundry basket, new lamp

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His shelves now have more personal things inside included his wrist band from his birth, birthday candles, gifts from friends, things I've made, his belly button clamp from infancy, etc.

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Now for a little shopping list!

  • Bed: Wood Day Bed from
  • Table with bench: (available in USA/EU)
  • Bookcase:  (available in USA/EU)
  • Yellow lamp:
  • Miffy light:
  • Rugs: Large: , Small: 
  • Paint - Cabbage White from
  • Curtains - Linen from 
  • Shelves above dresser, wallpaper, boxes with faces on the floor -  (past season)
  • Cushions - , ,
  • Bedding - 
  • Elephant on bookcase from
  • Some of the prints -
  • Wooden toys (trucks, animals, etc.) all made in Germany but from
  • Black/white nesting dolls from
  • Wood frames from e via 
  • Bird wall chart - vintage from flea market

Also, you can shop more of my favorite things for kids at  where I have my very own set up.

Thank you so much Oliver Furniture for donating the beautiful bed and to Bloomingville for the table and bench - and to all of my readers, if there is anything I've missed, please let me know. I'm so happy that I could share this space with all of you today - it makes me so proud and is truly one of the happiest rooms in my home.

Holly

(Photography: Holly Becker for cattledogs)

14 Ways To Decorate With Terrazzo

Hey, hey, hey! Have you noticed? Terrazzo is trending and I love it. I found so many examples of this trend over the past year while attending Europe's largest design fairs. Are you seeing more and more Terrazzo where you live too? Today I have pulled together some ways to use it in your home, from the real deal (flooring) to patterns on objects for the home, including textiles. But first, how about a little design lesson, what is terrazzo exactly?

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For those of you who aren't sure, terrazzo is, "A composite material, poured in place or precast, which is used for floor and wall treatments. It consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, poured with a cementitious binder. Metal strips divide sections, or changes in color or material in a pattern. Additional chips may be sprinkled atop the mix before it sets. After it is cured, it is ground and polished smooth or otherwise finished to produce a uniformly textured surface." - Wikipedia.

Now let's explore some modern ways to use it in the home AND see some beautiful examples of it on floors, too. For more inspo, visit and pin from my Pinterest board: .

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1.  from Anthropologie

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2. Terrazzo kitchen floors and counter, by MADE Architects/Olmo Peeters (also shown in opening photo and below).

3. Terrazzo-patterned shower curtain, Urban Outfitters

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4. The home of Nikki McCullagh in courtesy of

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5. Overscale terrazzo floor from

6. Paradiso is a coffee shop in Geneva, photographer Miguel Guzman, from .

7. Besler & Sons bookends

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8. Handmade terrazzo bowls and serving boards at

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9. Terrazzo pencils from

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10. Terrazzo table base from

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11. Terrazzo wallpaper from

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12. Terrazzo Max Lamb countertop, London,

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13.  terrazzo lamp and pillow

14. Maison Kitsune terrazzo heaven in Paris (I was there in March, it's better in person!)

Have you seen an terrazzo inspo lately that caught you eye? I'd love to see more of it, I think it's absolutely great - it's like crazy confetti and looks so cheerful to me. Let's hear it for terrazzo - the forgotten flooring that's making a strong comeback and not just for floors, but in interiors objects and fashion too.

See you tomorrow with a post about how I turned my son's nursery into a big boy's room!

Holly

Sé Ensemble Interiors + Meeting Pavlo Schtakleff

While in Milan last month on assignment for , my mission was to spot the trends and let my inspirations be my guide. Not a particularly hard job after you've been in the design industry actively for over a decade, especially in Milan! I recall quite a few experiences there that left me breathless, but the first was and the work of Founder/Director Pavlo Schtakleff which I'll share with you today. Pavlo is such an inspiration - you must know more about him and  But first, some visuals...

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In warm, sunny Milan on a beautiful terrace complete with sunshine and birdsong, I chatted with Pavlo to learn more about his background, his brand, and the rooms he'd created with his team for , his second year in a row. Under his direction, an inspiring and gorgeous "show" apartment in Galleria Rossana Orlandi was beautifully designed and curated with Sé Ensemble furnishings along with contributions from some of his dearest friends to include wallpaper, artwork, mobiles, rugs and more. When I walked in, I was instantly aware of my senses - the way I felt, the way the space felt, the dazzling display of color and pattern, texture and the overall beauty of it all... Ahhhh. I've included a glimpse of what this apartment looked like inside as I walked around... Dazzling!

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Pavlo and I on the terrace

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The front sitting room

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The fitting room

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Dining room

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It was a genuine "experience" to see the collections of Sé Ensemble in a series of four rooms. The overall atmosphere made you feel like you had stepped into someone's private space. I loved the idea of this apartment, to not only show one collection but also to bring in other designers who inspire Pavlo to be part of this curated apartment. I'm always proud to see creative people in the interior design sector collaborating and finding success together. This is not so common in the world of fashion, to see designers supporting other designers, people who are happy to bring smaller labels into the light. Pavlo's genuine community spirit was obvious when we spoke, his ego doesn't drive his work - his passion and interest in design and creative people push him forward.

Pavlo was one of the best interviews I've had in awhile because he was so genuine, down-to-earth and open-minded - his relaxed nature the sign of a confident man who knows what he wants and even when he doesn't, he is confident he'll figure it out. A true entrepreneur. He was warm and welcoming to both my assistant and I; we even had the chance to join him, his wife Amalia and his hilariously funny French agent Daniel Cuzon-Verrier for dinner on the same day. Long story short,  we were roaming the center of Milan searching for a restaurant that wasn't fully booked, when we spotted one that looked perfect and in the doorway was Pavlo! He recognized us, asked if we'd like to share a table, and the rest is history. Once you break bread with a someone, you definitely see "them", which made me even more determined to share   with all of you.

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Let's revisit the apartment and the memorable time that I spent in 's universe for another moment, shall we? The sheer experience of walking through each room was one I'll remember for months to come as the overall vibe was warm, cozy, glamorous and eclectic but with a definite red thread that ran through each object connecting them to the overall scheme. As a details person myself, I instantly noticed the attention to detail placed in the overall decor, from the scented candles to the gorgeous overflowing arrangements of fresh flowers, decorative objects and plants. The result was a sensual, tactile experience that didn't feel pretentious or too posh. The color palette was stunning and on-trend in rust, teal, brass, blush, salmon, blue and black.

My favorite room was the dining room and the first living room in the front, with the ivory sofa. I still dream about the series of three marble sofa tables in that room because I have been hunting for the perfect sofa table for so long and there it was in the most unexpected of places! My next favorite room was the dining room - the mobile twinkling in the sunlight, the massive floral arrangement, stunning artwork and those chairs! The chairs stole the show. I could have moved in to this space without hesitation. You know that feeling, right? It was that kind of space - cozy AND glamorous, two words you rarely hear in the same sentence when describing a room.

Along with the collections of Sé Ensemble, rooms were filled with rugs, artisanal wallpapers by in Brooklyn, and metal sculptures by whom I had a nice chat with last year while attending a craft fair in London. I've linked a complete source list below if you'd like to view all of the designers and artists who were part of this collaborative design experience.

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Before I wrap up, let's chat briefly about Pavlo himself now that you had a virtual visit to the Sé Ensemble apartment (if you'd like to download the apartment tour as a PDF, ). Pavlo founded Sé over a decade ago after working in furniture sales in New York for Flou, where he established their first US store, their largest worldwide. He then returned to Europe and connected with a man who would become his new business partner, Marc Sharifi, who wanted to partner on a furniture venture together. Pavlo had a vision to start a furniture line so it made sense to work with Marc and jump on the chance. He thought to bring some of the world's most talented designers together to build a single brand of gorgeously curated design objects - Sé was a result of that vision. Through his company, he works mainly with French designer Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Slovenia-based Nika Zupanc and Spanish-born Jaime Hayon (who was one of the most talked about designers at the Salone this year) and his small staff, including his wife Amalia, based in London where they have a new flagship showroom on Fulham Road.

As Director, Pavlo works closely with the London team and his satellite design team on a collection and simultaneously employs the best European crafters and artisans (read more about their production ) to form each piece using the best materials, most recently in Slovenia. The strong lean to Hollywood Regency is clear but to my American eye, much fresher as he and his team bring their unique European design sensibility to the collections through a "less is more" aesthetic, clean lines, fine craftsmanship and that forever coveted casual European elegance.

In summary, I hope you have enjoyed learning more about this brand today and are inspired by what you see, along with the apartment, and that you'll visit  online to peruse their beautiful work. Before I went to Milan, I was suffering design burn-out. I felt like I'd seen it all and was getting really bored with the direction interiors seemed to be taking (overly minimalist or super brashy/color chaos) but Milan was the cure and I have Sé to thank for being a big part of that since I've been buzzing around with new creative energy and vision ever since. Grazie Milano.

Apartment Resources:

  • Furnishings - Sé Ensemble
  • Art - , and 
  • Metalwork bowls/sculptures - 
  • Bespoke wallpaper -
  • Mobile sculpture -
  • Fabrics -
  • Rugs -

(images: with permission from sé ensemble)