The Pulp Edit: Daring and Distinctive
Daring and Distinctive
The Pulp Team aims to set trends rather than to follow them. Our Wise & Wicked space at the Kips Bay Dallas Showhouse gave us the chance to highlight the daring and distinctive looks we love.
Natural quartz crystals and beautiful brass make the Halcyon Sconce from Visual Comfort a compelling chic light fixture.
Fromental’s Les Boas design was customized for the walls in our wickedly fabulous lounge, highlighting an adventurous theme.
White veins blaze across a black background for a high-contrast look on the Blackbrook stone pattern from Cambria.
A sinuous style connects light and dark stone in the Garde pattern from Ann Sacks’ Kelly Wearstler collection and is featured in our lounge bath.
Porter Teleo’s Tectonic pattern offers a bold design of raw shapes in bronze and sand. It’s the perfect mix of rustic and refined.
Leopardo, from Pulp Design Studios’ fabric collection for S.Harris, mixes an ikat look with animal print for a new take on a traditional pattern.
Quirky and unexpected, the Cade Daybed from Global Views in brass and sumptuous leather makes a sculptural statement that’s daringly modern.
There is a hidden entry in our Wise & Wicked space, featuring the Origami wallcovering from Innovations. The pattern features hand-cut and geometric wood veneers.
Stunning bronze sculptures with a brown patina on granite bases feature the figure of a man and a woman, created by artist Tom Corbin.
Be sure to check out our latest ICON Issue, The Hospitality Issue.
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