I am really drawn to their style...it definitely echoes the aesthetic I'm into for interiors. It's like the clean lines and brass accents of Paul McCobb meets the classicism of Maison Jansen, all with hits of modern, colorful lacquer thrown into the mix. All in all, it's timeless and current at the same time and that's the perfect balance in my book. So, to celebrate all of the loveliness that Smythson is, here are some of my favorite Smythson pieces and colors blended with things for the home that are of the same color palette or aesthetic...
|Paul McCobb Sofa - Empiric 1964-01 Vesper Coffee Table - Smythson Cooper Tote - Hand Tufted Brio Rug|
|Navy Louis Chair - Smythson Chameleon Cosmetic Case - Madeline Weinrib Lavender Carlotta Cotton Rug - Smythson Small Grosvenor Clutch - Double Sconce with Shades|
|Empiric Eight Arm Chandelier - Mary McDonald Annika Lamp - AFK Gramercy Desk - Smythson Chameleon Camera Case - Flat Weave - Maroc - Amina Rug|
|Cole & Son Tweed Wallpaper - Waylande Gregory Blue Fan Peacock Small Bowl - Smythson Chameleon Medium Zip Around Wallet|
|Stray Dog Designs Jay Chandelier - Furbish Stripes 'n Tassels Pillow - Jaipur Flat Weave Maroc - Smythson Jackie Tote|
Isn't Smythson fabulous? I love the tiny, thoughtful details and the simple, classic design aesthetic. And of course, I am crazy about their vast color palette. It's hard to pick a favorite item, but I have my sights on a Cooper Tote. And I have to tell you that I am mourning the loss of an uber-special Colorblock Cooper Tote (shown above with the turquoise Paul McCobb sofa). I found it ON SALE at Barneys this week and stupidly didn't snatch it up. Now I'm totally kicking myself for being financially responsible! If any of you bought it and want to sell it to me, let me know ;)