SEPTEMBER, 2018
SOURCE INTRODUCES SAY O

Source International recently introduced the Say O line of seating designed by KnudsenBergHindenes from Bergen, Norway!

Say O is manufactured in 3D veneer with a strict, organic styling, and is a natural extension of the Scandinavian design tradition – a tradition where form and function are equal factors and where aesthetics and necessity form a higher synthesis.

The designers, KnudsenBergHindenes, have made beautiful use of the 3D technology, enabling the linking of organic forms with a light feel without compromising strength. The main focus is on ergonomics and comfort, and despite its slim shell, the Say O series is able to withstand all strength tests with optimal results.

The new Say O line has multiple stool, chair and lounge options to create opportunities for use in applications ranging from corporate to hospitality to residential. The unique and elegant form is an eye-catching addition to any interior.

For additional information visit www.sourceinternationaldesign.com.

COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATION WITH BRIAN GRAHAM AND GEORGE SIMONS JR.

On September 12th, I co-hosted a cocktail event to introduce two of Martin Brattrud’s new lines: Medinah and Inspirit. Thank you to all my designers that attended! Below is the information on these fantastic new lines for those of you who were unable to attend:

Medinah (designed by Brian Graham) draws new lines in space planning for the open-concept work environment. Shared, private and community spaces all find a home. Two-sided seating defines gathering and work spaces that support a variety of working styles. Learn more

Inspirit (designed by George Simons Jr.) uses svelte lines and generous proportions merge to create a series of three lounge chairs with three different postures. Learn more

MICHEL LYN HURST & 5 LADY BUGS

THIS MONTH OUR FEATURED LOCAL BUSINESS IS OWNED BY MICHEL LYN HURST.

Michel is a registered Interior Designer, who has a bachelors in Interior Design and in Historic Preservation. She is a native Texan and describes herself as a spunky red head, hopeless romantic, spirited and outspoken!

Michel says she can sit at my dining table for 3 days on end and make between 75-100 cards- with enough coffee, college football, country music and enough paper stock, glue, ribbon and eclectic vintage finds–she is a happy camper.

5 Lady Bugs is the name Michel chose for her custom card line – why the name? It’s a reference to the five women in her family- mother, sister, two nieces and Michel! And the “lady bug” part of the name comes from Michel’s childhood nickname.

Her commitment is to create one of a kind, unique, detail oriented cards. She equates this to the same philosophy she has when it comes to interior design. Michel does not cookie cutter anything.

Michel accepts custom orders and in that case duplicate invitations are the norm.  Any one card may have a stamp, ribbon, vintage buttons, brads, and several papers–but Michel says the real joy comes from the giving and receiving of her cards. She loves to hear the stories of why her customers chose the card, who it is being purchased for, their reaction and, even better, when they know it’s a handmade “gift”.

You can connect with Michel here.