The Mine — November 2017

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52 Weeks of Design

Pulp Design Studios
52 Weeks of Design, October 30 – November 5

Co-founded in 2007, Pulp Design Studios founding designers are recognized for their modern and livable approach to design, infused with adventure and originality. Pulp Design has a unique viewpoint, combining luxury design, and a flair for the unexpected, all women into their haute designs and coveted home accessories.

 

The Mine and Pulp Design Studios: 52 Weeks of Design

 

The Mine and Pulp Design Studios: 52 Weeks of Design

About Pulp Design Studios

Co-founded in 2007, the creative minds of Pulp Design Studios are internationally recognized for their modern and livable approach to interior design, infused with adventure and originality. Pulp’s highly skilled team is comprised of formally educated, professional interior designers, all with an extensive background in both commercial + residential design. Pulp Design has a unique viewpoint, combining luxury design and a flair for the unexpected, all woven into their haute designs and coveted home accessories. With offices in Dallas and Seattle , Pulp Design is known to create warm, livable spaces with modern details.

The Mine and Pulp Design Studios: 52 Weeks of Design

“It’s not just about a beautiful home, it’s how you live in it.” — Pulp Design Studios

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The Mine and Pulp Design Studios: 52 Weeks of Design

Q&A
Q: “What’s your design motto?”
Carolina: “I stare at this quote by Steve Jobs that I have on the wall next to my desk everyday and I truly live and breath it… ‘Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”
Beth: “The best design comes from vulnerability and fearlessness. Embrace your own taste and style and let your personality tell the story.”

Q: “What’s a design rule you love to break?”
Carolina: “First off, you shouldn’t be thinking about rules when designing.”
Beth: “That everything is a color scheme. No house needs a color scheme. The design should be a collection of what a client loves, not something that follows rules.”

Q: “What’s your most desired super power?”
Carolina: “Telekinesis… duh!”
Beth: “Mind reading or intuition.”

Q: “What items are you currently coveting?”
Carolina: “Right now I’m coveting work from Dallas based artist, Jennifer Lashbrook. I saw some of her work at the Ginger Fox Gallery and fell in love! She does these super cool mixed media ‘Swatch Paintings’ by taking individually cut pieces of paint swatch paper and arranging them to create stunning pixilated works of art. I need one!”
Beth: “This amazing pair of leather toe capped oxfords from the Office of Angela Scott. They are to-die-for.”

Q: “What’s the easiest way to transform a room?”
Carolina: “Textiles! It’s amazing what a few new pillows, window treatments and a plush colorful throw can do.”
Beth: “A fresh set of pillows can completely change the look of a space. New textiles are a game-changer.”

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Get These Curated Looks

Madison Fabric Wing Back Chair
Bone Drum Table
Large Pillow
Weston Area Rug
RLM Pendant
Wood Cutting Board
Wool .03 Interior Paint
Starburst Small Sculpture

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