United States are one of the largest markets of interior design, with a great number of internationally renowned interior designers, decorators and architects. Defining trends and styles, US interior design magazines are worldwide trendsetters and Modern Luxury Interiors magazine certainly is one of the most influential print publications across the country.
The print publishing network Modern Luxury Media is one of the biggest of the United States being distributed several editions in different cities and states: Aspen, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, The Hamptons, Hawai’i, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Scottsdale, Washington DC. And the Modern Luxury Interiors editions in Atlanta, Texas, California, South Florida and Chicago are just a few that already featured KOKET pieces in its magazines!
Modern Luxury Interiors magazines cover the hottest trends, products and people in the world of architecture and interior design. The spotlight comes for the best local professionals in the design field such as architects, designers and decorators that wish to be on the top. Design-minded readers look to Interiors as the sourcebooks for aesthetic inspiration and for the upcoming interior design trends.
Koket was featured in an article called “Velvet Crush” with “the high and mighty” Geisha Bar Stool. According to the magazine, and based on the tactile trends from the fall 2016 ready-to-wear collections, “velvet is having a major moment. Spotted on everything from haute heels glamorous gowns to luxurious lighting and fine furnishings, velvet adds an air of Old World opulence. Here, we round up the most stylish selects to soften your surroundings”, stated Modern Luxury Interiors.
Also, the Chicago-based designer Donna Hall channels the dark glamour of 1920s Chicago in her latest interior design project featuring KOKET, a classic modern home that was celebrated in the Modern Luxury Interiors Chicago edition.
Since 2001, Donna Hall, principal of Donna Mondi Interior Design has been successfully creating interiors with a delicate fusion of European Classicism and American Modernism. In her most recent Chicago project, Hall’s inspiration is the sultry charm of Roaring Twenties Chicago, taking advantage of the unique architecture of the space. “The overall inspiration came from the era of the 1920’s in Chicago. I always take cues from the architecture of a space and then twist it in a modern way,” says Hall.
The Master Bedroom ashes tones of gold and white, as apparent in the lively, vintage-vibe wallpaper. To add some symmetry and balance to this playful space, Hall created matching scenes on either side of the replace featuring two custom KOKET Divine Armoires. The iridescent peacock feather armoires were custom made into chests, then Hall topped them with hung Art Deco mirrors, to adorn either side of the replace for luxurious his and hers spaces.