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Nine Years of Textiles, Art History, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

5.21.2014

Earth Bound

[Photo by Mario Testino, Vogue, June 2014]

In the new Vogue there's an earth-tones-themed story with a nod to Gloria Steinem, edited by Camilla Nickerson.

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You know, earthy golds and orange-y reds filled Steinem's real-life circa 1970 brownstone, too. And apparently she is another icon of the era who decorated with scarves, embracing all-over pattern. Remember Lee Radziwill's walls covered with lacquered Sicilian scarves? According to Barbara Plumb, author of Horst Interiors, Steinem's warm apartment alcove was swathed with Indian examples.

[Photo by Horst from Horst Interiors]

If you're only up for swathing a summer garden table with spicy-hued fabrics, these Laureline napkins and tablecloths from Les Indiennes' previously discussed artisanal Kalamkari Collection could be the answer.


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