by intern | January 2, 2020 2:30 pm
Interior designer Jeannie Fraise, founder of Lotus Bleu Interior Design Studio and the just-launched Lotus Bleu Market by Jeannie Fraise, travels to such far-flung locations as Turkey, Ethiopia, Oaxaca, and Morocco to source hard-to-find wares for her new 350-square-foot bazaar, situated within her apartment-like Potrero Hill design studio.
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As we settle into a new work week, we’re reflecting back to this soothing home office we designed for our Urban Edwardian project and re-admiring the beauty of this lava stone desk. We’re considering this lovely and durable material for our new kitchen project… 📷 @davidwakelyphotos #lotusbleudesign #sfinteriors #sfinteriordesign #sfinteriordesigner #bayareadesigner #homeoffice #homeofficedesign #customfurniture #customfurnituredesign #christopherfarrcloth #suefisherking
Her rotating collection of one-of-a-kind goods from fair-trade sources—curated by country—runs the gamut from an ottoman made from an antique cotton-and-silk suzani to a custom striped pom-pom pillow created from a hand-spun Ethiopian cotton textile with natural dyes to a vintage tulu rug woven by central Anatolian nomads. Products can be viewed in the showroom Monday through Friday, by appointment only.
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