Dealing with gorgeous colors in an "" has become Carolina Irving's trademark. The look is present in her work for Oscar de la Renta Home and in her , and now it's found another lovely medium.
Her latest project is a tabletop collection known as , which she designed in partnership with yep, her daughters, Olympia and Ariadne. It features gorgeous plates and placemats as well as hand-painted candlesticks and vases.
Irving Architectural Digest that every piece in the collection has a rich background story. Placemats are woven by "little old ladies in their backyards" in Portugal, for example, and plates feature a swirl technique mastered by a single man in Spain.
Despite the pieces being beautifully handmade by artisans around the world, there is plenty for everyone, Irving assured. She and her daughters are inspired by history, and the age-old processes to pull off the intricate details of each piece mean they're undeniably one of a kind—not fit for just any tablescape.
The first collection will be available at KRB's pop-up in New York City from December 4th to the 8th.
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