I'm sure many of you are familiar with the beloved New York-based line, Loeffler Randall. Most well known for charming shoes and bags, I particularly love their platform sandals full of feminine detailing like pleats, bows, and sparkles in the prettiest of patterns and colors.
Temple Studio is a design showroom that represents global textile designers with a focus on creating a community of artists who share a passion for the history and craft of their work. The showroom caters to a custom client experience by inspiring creativity through design.
The recent collaboration between the two featuring bespoke fabrics and wallpapers, marks a shared love of interiors and decor.
It is timeless yet on trend with it's "grand-millennial chic" feel featuring the graceful floral prints synonymous with the Loeffler Randall brand.
The collaboration is Loeffler Randall's first entrance into the interiors space and comes from founder Jessie Randall's personal passion for creating her own unique spaces alongside her love of flowers. (She actually created Loeffler Randall in 2004 out of her garden apartment in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn with her husband).
The collection is largely inspired by Victorian vintage upholstery and art. The pastel palette is comprised of various blooms and floral patterns that are meant to mix & match together throughout a space.
The pairing of the Loeffler Randall hand-drawn designs coupled with luxe materials from Temple Studio is the perfect combination for a truly special product.
I can't wait to go see the collection in person. An entire room decorated in their pretty patterns from the larger scale garden blooms to the petite prints in a dainty color-way feels fresh yet whimsical.
It's hard to choose favorites from the collection, but click through the below for my top picks.