When talented creatives get together, it is amazing to see what is possible. Panier Home, the result of two creative, home decor obsessed friends, editor Mieke Ten Have and stylist Lili Diallo, who worked together at Domino Magazine, have teamed up to channel their love of beautiful things, from antiques and pieces with patina, to artistic maker's designs. This Friday through Sunday, they bring their niche artisan pieces, and curated finds, including tabletop, furniture and accessories together in Williamsburg for a Pop Up Shop called The Summer of Love. Joined by design duo Danielle Walish and Jessica Stambaugh of Walish and Stambaugh, who will be providing on-sight design advice, the 3 day event will provide inspiration and some incredibly photogenic Instagram moments, since stylists and designers know how to make beauty come alive with a trained eye. Also in the mix? Pieces Traditional Home style editor Tori Mellott has in her trove. Below, an assortment of the unique pieces you can find on Panier Home's website, many of which are one of a kind, scoured in flea markets and Parisian photo shoots. See you in BK this weekend, at New Concepts Space 199 North 8th Street.
Lili Diallo's styling at work, a preview of the Summer of Love Pop Up assortment you will find
Color saturated murals by artist Sara Nesbitt are so striking!
Hand crafted porcelain swirly blue and white bowls for latte's by Je/Love x Evans made in Maine
Geometric lamps from Kimille Taylor
A classic Ionic Column drawing by Haley Sarno alongside other finds
A Chelsea living room designed by Walish and Stambaugh mixes striking black and white striped window panels, a raspberry velvet sofa, unique pieces, and great modern art