We ask a lot of the entry. From receiving guests to acting as a drop zone for shucked coats and boots, we require that the entry be both attractive and functional. While not such a tall order in a living room or dining room, entries are almost invariably modest—and in some cases, completely non-existent. So, how do you make the most of your entry? We’ve collected the essential elements needed to make any entryway shine, from the pint-sized to the epically grand.
Something clicked when Sally Breer and Jake Rodehuth-Harrison founded their interior firm ETC.etera in 2016. An interior designer and a stylist/creative director, respectively, they combined their powers to establish a thriving design domain that has taken the Los Angeles design scene by storm. Embracing hallmarks of both modern and old world Hollywood Hills style, the pair has fast established themselves with projects ranging from Silver Lake to Venice Beach. Surveying their work, it comes as no surprise that Breer and Rodehuth-Harrison aim to “please the eye as well as to the soul.”
From the freshly pulled craft brews, to the stalls hawking small-batch bitters, to crowd done up in designer flannel, Field + Supply has always made it clear that it’s not your grandma’s craft fair. This year, DECASO helped to further that distinction, introducing a chic vintage and antiques element to the event. “It seemed to fit it in perfectly with everything else that was happening at the fair,” says Field + Supply founder Brad Ford. In addition to presenting nine dealer booths, Team DECASO hosted an interior designer field trip to Field + Supply, a book signing with Julie Carlson of Remodelista, and a wine tasting with local Hudson sommelier Hillary Zio. See all of the event’s highlights below!
Invented in 1956 by mid-century modern legends, Charles and Ray Eames, for the Herman Miller Furniture Company, the Eames lounge chair has become one of the host significant furniture designs of the 20th century. So recognizable that its very form is protected by trademark, the Eames lounge chair design has endured for over 50 years and has remained the furniture piece of choice for CEOs, designers, and architects alike.