Anna Karlin Furniture and Fine Objects

December 17, 2015

Refined Luxury

If, like us, you are tiring of the visual assault that Christmas brings (we've seen enough red green and gold thank you very much), you will love the sense of luxury and refinement that Anna Karlin's collection of furniture, lighting and accessories brings.

Anna Karlin is a London born, New York based designer who works across multiple disciplines from product design to digital, print, sets, graphic design and branding.  Her style is most evident in her own collection of interior products.  Simple shapes, often referencing traditional forms, take on a sculptural, almost meditative quality.  Use of premium materials such as brass and mouth-blown glass adds a dose of luxury, complemented by a subtle colour palette with sparing use of bold, graphic patterns.  Here is our selection of some of her products, do enjoy!


 

Links

http://annakarlin.com/products

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Product Inspiration

Gavotte Armchair  Bell Mondo Table Light  Mathilda Chair  Slide Serving Tray






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