Sara Bengur, the New York-based interior designer, enjoys a reputation for creating sophisticated yet warm spaces that unabashedly mix color, pattern and texture. All a reflection of her multi-cultural and well-traveled background. Sara comes by her particular brand of contemporary exoticism naturally; the daughter of a Turkish economist with the IMF, she spent her formative years in Istanbul, Turkey and abroad. Sara's work has been published widely in such publications as Elle Decor, House Beautiful, New York, New York Times and W.
Soothing and fresh, this image from Thom Filicia
brings summertime ease to any room. This is an archival giclée reproduction of the original work, presented in four framed panels. One of "House Beautiful" Magazine's Top 100 American Designers, a "House ...
Both humorous and stylish, this black-and-white photograph from
Leonard Nones originally appeared in the April 1961 issue of "GQ" magazine. The work is presented as a triptych, with each archival giclée print handsomely framed in white Italian wood molding.
Brilliant blue parasols form a continuous vista with
the water of the Baie des Anges off France's Côte d'Azur. Captured by photographer Fraser Hall, this work is printed in rich color on fine-art paper and beautifully framed in white.