From Your Closet To Your Living Room

The fashion world is one demanding industry. But despite its reputation for being so pretentiously high strung, it is where some of the most brilliant designers reside. As season’s change these designers develop new and fresh fashions for women, men, teens, and kids, ranging from sportswear to evening wear, chic to trendy…whatever the case each fashion must be clean, beautiful, modern and stylish, but most importantly appealing to the everyday consumer.
The world of interior design is no different, and the transition from fashion for your back to fashion for your home has proved to be a fairly simple one for some of our favorite fashion idols. Designers such as Versaci, Calvin Klein, Fendi, Armani, Mark Jacobs, and Ralph Lauren to name a few, have successfully mastered the trade of home accessory, home decor, bedding, or fabric design.

Home Collection by Calvin Klein

Versaci Home Collection

Fendi Casa Collection

Our Newfound Infatuation with Kyle Bunting

Hide rugs are one of the most luxurious and beautiful types of decorative area rugs on the market. But one thing many may not know is that cowhide although stunningly gorgeous resting on the floor in front of your fireplace, can also be applied on various surfaces including walls, counter fronts, furniture, and even ceilings (if you so desire.)

And although we along with the rest of the world absolutely love hide in its natural state; browns, blacks, tans, and sexy caramel tones…there is something intriguingly trendy about colored and patterned hide. Kyle Bunting’s extraordinary hide is among the finest in the world, having been recognized in international design magazines and shows. There is something about the hair-on-hide leather that makes the texture in this collection undoubtedly seductive, and the hip colors and intricate patterns completely mesmerizing.



Every rug is created by hand….(yeah, by hand) and can be dyed in virtually any color imaginable. Use a hide wallcovering to enhance the chic Manhattan appeal to an apartment, or add a geometric pattern to your ottoman for an mod pad –however way its used, it’ll probably be the most remarkable thing you’ve ever seen…or touched.