A Designer’s Favorite Things
Victoria Crawford of Tweed Interiors in Telluride shares her beloved picks, from servingware to skin care
Victoria Crawford of Tweed Interiors in Telluride shares her beloved picks, from servingware to skin care. Take a look at her selections, in her own words:
Nathalie Lété plates from Anthropologie ($24/dinner plate, anthropologie.com). I like these French-inspired, whimsical, and colorful plates featuring mostly animals and flowers.
Tokyo Milk’s Dead Sexy No. 6 Parfum ($30, tokyo-milk.com). Need I say more?
The Reversible Pompom Throw by Alicia Adams Alpaca ($895, aliciaadamsalpaca.com). They are beautiful, two-tone blankets made of 100-percent baby alpaca in a variety of colors. They add an instant hip factor to any space.
My grandmother’s silver for both everyday or special occasion. Old silver is so substantial, and I love the history.
FAVORITE COLORADO ARTIST:
Maryanne Quinn from Boulder. She makes amazing hand-felted pieces. I especially love her deer silhouettes and ski-patrol crosses. Her color combinations are spot-on, and she is always willing to commission pieces. maryannequinn.com
The Grapefruit Pop Candle by Jonathan Adler ($38, jonathanadler.com). It makes any home smell divine.
Because I live at 9,000 feet, I use Rhonda Allison’s Drop of Essence Hydration Drops ($48/1.7 ounces, spa-santa-cruz.com). I really need the moisture.
I’m really into arrows right now, from vintage arrows as décor on a vase to the Tapestry arrow wallpaper from Cavern Home (cavernhome.com). It feels modern yet antique.
I am a little obsessed with Clare V. right now. Her leather is so soft, and the styles are classic yet cutting-edge. I like the Oversize Stripe Zip Leather Clutch ($339, nordstrom.com) in camel with a blue, white, and red stripe.
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