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I love color. I love pattern. I love chic and stylish homes. I love pretty things. You'll find here a collection of my favorite places and spaces, entertaining tips, and inspiration to keep daily living magical.
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Erinn V Design Group is a full service interior design firm offering clients a unique eye and sensible-chic signature style. Erinn's bold flair for color and pattern is translated into all of her work. EVDG also has a strong design-build presence in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills remodeling and building custom homes. If you are interested in a consultation, please email us!
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Wow. These Squint Limited mirrors are so over the top, they make Lady Gaga’s outfits seem like typical office-wear. Speaking of Lady Gaga, I could see her using a few of these babies in her chalet…and I might be right behind her! I love their Alice in Wonderland quality. They remind me of something my [...]
I’m in love with these “Taffy” mirrors by David Hurwitz. Typically carved out of maple or cherrywood, it’s amazing that he gets such a fluid appearance out of a such a rigid material. Not suprisingly, a couple of his mirrors have been in museums (the Wharton Esherick Museum in 2003) and in nationwide art tours (Curv-iture, [...]
I was highly impressed with Stephen Kaltenbach’s sculpture work, on display as part of the Pacific Design Center’s “Design Loves Art” a while back. His oversized pieces intentionally employ the deconstructed look, usually an intrinsic quality of ancient sculpture that happens naturally over time. It seems Kaltenbach appreciates the crumbling walls, chipped noses and fallen limbs [...]
I have a thing for mismatched frames clustered on the wall, and though this collection of frames isn’t exactly mismatched, I still love it because the color choice of cherry red against creamy walls is daring, unexpected and oh-so-lovely! I also am a big fan of the fact that most of the photos are black [...]
Bruce Bananto designed this pristine room, and it’s a good reminder that clean lines, a timeless palette and strong textures are always a safe—not to mention beautiful! —way to go. My favorite part is that monochromatic, highly layered painting by Kuno Gonschior, a master of subtle gradient shading and massive texture. The sleek dining table [...]
The evil queen had it right with her mirror on the wall, but this room does it even better with twelve, lovely circular reflections placed so perfectly on a striking black background. The décor in the rest of the room is a bit heavy and dated, but the mirror art lightens everything up and adds [...]
When I’m in search of serenity, I usually look to art or nature to give me a soothing fix. Peter Kuttner’s dreamy floral paintings are the best of both worlds, combining delicate botanical textures with translucent layers of paint to create a watery, ethereal effect. The first three images here are from his “Rain” series, [...]
Andrew Prokos is a NYC-based photographer whose striking images I have admired (and purchased) for the past several years. What first drew me to his work was the fact that his urban images seemed to come from another era. The New York cityscape creates so many unique opportunities for a talented photographer, and Prokos takes [...]
Can I just say: I’m so in awe of the new community of artists and retailers I’ve found on our little section of Robertson in Beverly Hills. Stepping outside of Erinn V Maison, most everyone I meet is creative, driven and beyond talented. I almost always end up drooling over whatever they’re vending—from jewelry to [...]
And we’re back with still more from Maison d’ Objet! One of my favorite sightings of the weekend were these oversized apples and pears, done up in a range of fantastic colors and finishes. They were inspired by one of my favorite French artist-teams, Les Lalanne, who created an installation of huge, golden apples on [...]