Merida

Three designers inspire with Tailormade

Here at Merida we are inspired by artists and artisans We view the work of designers in the same vein. Creating an interior is an art form, and we are proud to play a key role in that process. We asked three influential designers how they would creatively use patterns from our new Tailormade collection of flatweave rugs in their work. The results range from reserved to whimsical.

Liz Caan Interiors
Newton, Massachusetts – http://www.lizcaan.com

Liz Caan created a lively, bold, room design that is a blend of chic, gorgeous, and inviting. From blue lacquered walls to powerful black and whites, her design board is a vibrant reflection of her aesthetic. With a custom black and white Harris wool rug, Liz took one of our Tailormade classics in an exciting new direction.

With a belief in “stylish and luxurious design that factors in balance, contrast, function, and fun with the details,” Liz Caan Interiors believes in unique and personal design that mixes high and low.

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Dunn & Tighe Interiors
Bronxville, NY – http://www.dunnandtigheinteriors.com/

Leslie Dunn and Ann Tighe bring together complementary skills to “blend antique with contemporary in a minimalist manner, but always with an element of the unexpected to enliven a room and its personality.” They brought this philosophy to the forefront in their design board, a stunning great room with a mix of reserved masculinity and evocative details.

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Lori Graham Design
Washington, DC – http://www.lorigrahamdesign.com

lori-graham-portrait With a different take on a masculine space, Lori envisioned a subtly designed gentleman’s office with all the right details. The room is perfect for work or play, with elements ranging from a stunning bar cart to black lacquered Viennese bookshelves. With rich, multi-tonal grays and small pops of vivid reds, Lori’s design takes full advantage of her “chic-yet-comfortable” aesthetic.

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