May 062015
 

Anichini's Ara hand loomed silk curtain panels in a sitting room at this Southampton Summer House designed by Young Huh. Via Traditional Home

When Rose Caiola Musacchia set out to redecorate her family’s Hamptons home she sought a design which would pay tribute to the home’s traditional shingle-style architecture yet also be instilled with elements of exotica from their travels. To accomplish this she looked to New York designer Young Huh who is known for bringing a global perspective to her projects.

“Rose had a distinct vision inspired by her passion for Moroccan and Indian art and design,”says Huh, who enjoys nothing more than bringing reminders of her clients’ great cultural experiences into their homes. To merge the traditional with a global point of view, Huh chose Anichini’s hand loomed Ara silk for the curtain panels in the master bedroom’s sitting area (above). This simple, raw handwoven silk speaks to another time and place. She also chose Anichini’s Kyoto Merino wool throw in Beige/Ivory. Its modern design with traditional Japanese symbols adds a quiet harmony to the space.

The living room of a Southampton Beach House designed by Young Huh

To infuse the home with a more modern and ethnic flair, Huh removed the existing, traditionally beachy elements. The inset panels with palm trees that lined the garden room were replaced with hand-blocked Indian wallpaper. Paired with an ikat for the curtain panels they transform the room into a modern, global, and sophisticated sanctuary. See more of the home tour at Traditional Home.


All content via Traditional Home. All images by John Bessler for Traditional Home.

Jan 262015
 

Dwell Magazine February 2015

Dwell Magazine - Austin bungalow remodel with Anichini linens

 

From dream home to the perfect home: A couple planning an investment property in Austin ended up with a home that was too terrific to let go.

When Sam Shah, a former A&R rep with Dave Matthews’s ATO Records, and multimedia designer Anne Suttles were building their dream home in Austin, they probably never imagined another. For the design they partnered with Kevin Alter – a dean of architecture at the University of Texas and founder of Alterstudio, an award-winning local firm. Together they created an ultragreen home out of recycled materials, loaded with eco-amenities. The house received numerous awards and even won a National Dream Home Award.

Inspired by their success, Shah, Suttles, and Alter reunited to renovate a second home, planned as an investment property for the couple. They found a dilapidated 1920s bungalow in Austin’s Travis Heights neighborhood and began work, complementing the existing 1,000-square-foot structure with a cypress-clad 1,100-square-foot addition. The former, while completely renovated and updated, would retain its original design elements, while the new addition would be a sleek, modern complement. Soon thereafter, fate intervened and the couple decided that this was in fact, their perfect home.

Inspired by Marcel Breuer’s binuclear house, the space was divided into separate living areas, with the bedrooms and master bathroom in the original bungalow space, and the new addition housing an open-air kitchen and dining combination, a home office, and access to the landscaped yard and pool. The master bedroom mixes the couples modern, rustic, and approachable style. The headboard, crafted from the house’s original wood, pairs beautifully with the simple, classic style of Anichini linens.

All content and images via Dwell Magazine.

Oct 292014
 

Bon Appétit Features ANICHINI's Hand Crocheted Table Linens

Bon Appétit Features ANICHINI's Hand-Crocheted Linens

Bon Appétit Features ANICHINI's Hand Crocheted Table Linens

Bon Appétit Features ANICHINI's Hand-Crocheted Linens

We couldn’t agree more with Bon Appétit Magazine about the importance of getting out the good stuff, ironing your napkins and linens, and partying like your parents… and we are thrilled that they chose our linens to do so. Seen throughout are our Felicija Scalloped Runner and Senele Placemats – a striking mix of hand-crocheted and herringbone linen. Artfully made by hand in Lithuania using traditional techniques, these linens are sure to add some wow to the table.

Bon Appétit Features ANICHINI's Hand Crocheted Table Linens

Bon Appétit Features ANICHINI's Hand-Crocheted Linens

All images via Bon Appétit Magazine | Photography by Christopher Testani