On the Inside: Roomscapes of the Imagination

* images via Barneys New York

Barneys recently unveiled “Roomscapes of the Imagination” an installation designed by a group of interior designers: Joe Grillo, Peter Shelton and Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. Each designer was given a window to work with and told to let their imaginations fly. There seems to be a theme of print, pattern, and texture in the display design, which highlights the simplicity in the garments shown. Perhaps the print heavy trend that we have seen in apparel over the past years is making its way into interior design?

If you are in the neighborhood stop by and take in the view. Let me know what you think!

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