What’s moving engineer Nina Nash right now
November 15, 2017 - table lamp
“Even a small bit of blue and white elevates any space.”
“As an interior engineer and customer with Mathews Furniture + Design, I’m advantageous to transport a world: Paris, London, New York, Asia, a Middle East. This bearing inspires me to brew opposite styles. we venerate mixing classical brilliance with something outlandish and bold. Fashion is also a large change on my work. we only adore Lee Jofa’s newest Oscar de la Renta collection. It’s modern, elegant, and chic, though it also has a small island aptitude that hints during Oscar’s local Dominican Republic. we wish to wear this room! Finally, my longtime pattern mentor, Don Easterling, has taught me to conclude a flexibility of blue-and-white Chinese porcelain. Even a small bit of blue and white elevates any space.” —Nina Nash
Nash was drawn to a sapphire of this hand-carved Baule genealogical facade that depicts a face of a moon.
Gilded cannabis root by Tommy Mitchell.
The folk art zebra by Outpost Original was handmade by beaders in South Africa.
Nash found this necklace during Scott Antique Markets. Natural stones, gems, and crystals illuminate energy, she says.
This facsimile ginger jar looks like an antique though costs a fragment of a price.
This braided pivot loll chair was designed by Nash’s crony Laura Kirar for McGuire.
Clemente list flare in hand-rubbed antique brass, Visual Comfort.
RedBank hand-made tile from Waterworks adds an organic nonetheless complicated touch.
This Addison Weeks coronet and lapis box is like valuables for a room.
Oscar de la Renta fabrics for Lee Jofa, ADAC leejofa.com; “Berber” in camel/onyx, “Caravan” in indigo, “Grand Tartar” in red/navy, “Makassar” in green. Bunched fabric “Hollyhock” in jet by Clay McLaurin Studio, claymclaurin.com. Grasscloth “Maldives Weaves” in “Island Vibes,” Phillip Jeffries, ADAC, phillipjeffries.com. Necklace and Greek dish Designer’s own. Unless differently specified, other products are accessible by Mathews Furniture + Design, mathewsfurniture.com, including calligraphy brush with ivory; Ethiopian Highlands by Lizzy Manola, Assouline Publishing; black-and-white bowl, Cubisme Collection, L’Objet.
This essay creatively seemed in the Fall 2017 emanate of Atlanta Magazine’s HOME.