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Mieke ten Have Shares how to Create Tension Between Textiles and Style with Indian Influences

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Mieke ten Have Shares how to Create Tension Between Textiles and Style with Indian Influences

Manhattan-born and-raised Mieke ten Have is a renowned interiors stylist, design writer, and creative consultant. She works internationally with interior designers, architects, and home brands, providing creative direction and producing photo shoots, advertising campaigns as well as written assets. A former longtime editor, including as Home Editor of Vogue Magazine and Design Editor at Large of Elle Décor, Mieke is a top industry go-to expert for designers and publications alike. You’ve likely seen her superb styling work in the many .

 

Welcome the most wonderful time of the year with the joy of decorating, and the thrill of hunting for the perfect unique gift for every person in your life! It’s a time for spending precious moments together in gratitude and giving. And you want it to be memorable. At Marigold Living, we’ve got you covered for making this holiday season effortlessly special and beautiful. MarigoldStyle holiday decor and gifts

Having beautiful things in your home can make every day feel a little more special. Waking up beneath your favorite quilt, drawing a pair of curtains you love to let light flow into your room, accessorizing with a fashionable scarf—these activities can leave you smiling all morning. Your surroundings reflect your personal style, and you want them to be uniquely yours. At Marigold Living, we embrace beautiful living.

At Marigold Living, it’s our mission to uncover some of the most specialized heritage textile craft techniques the rich culture of India has to offer. We feel privileged to add the exquisite craftsmanship of Indigo Jahota printing to our repertoire and bring it to your home in the form of fine, authentic Indian textiles that make every day more beautiful.

The approaching holiday season offers the opportunity to get creative with your home décor, especially when it comes to your Thanksgiving tablescape. Elevate your holiday decorating this Thanksgiving and effortlessly create an atmosphere of hospitality, comfort and warmth with a curated selection of handcrafted Indian textiles from Marigold Living. Heritage motifs, vibrant natural colors and intricate, worldly details add charm and intrigue to your table setting. Conveying a rich cultural heritage, these tasteful prints have adorned elegant tables around the .

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After a decade long career as a writer and editor in NYC, traveling the world and reporting on fashion and design for magazines like Town & Country, ELLE Decor, Veranda, Hamptons and more, Sarah Bray moved to the beautiful island of Bermuda this past year, where she remains prolific in her creative endeavors! Her innate love of thrifting and anything artisanal or antique and unique informs her ideology and her super chic style in designing her own collection of sun-hats.

Stacie Flinner is no stranger to the world. The New York City-based interior decorator recently visited 70 countries across six continents over the course of a 14-month trip. But some of her favorite travels have been in India, where she fell in love with the country’s rich textile heritage, which perfectly complements her laid-back yet elegant personal style.

In college, creative consultant Sarah Storms had the opportunity to live in Dakar, Senegal for a short time. There, she found endless inspiration in the way traditional African garb and modern fashion coexist, collecting bolts of local fabrics she still has today. Sarah has carried this inspiration with her throughout her career, blending timeless beauty with contemporary ideas. She’s worked as a magazine editor for Travel + Leisure, Lonny, Elle Decor, Veranda and House Beautiful, as well as written for The Wall Street Journal and Architectural Digest. She’s also … CONTINUE READING

When editor and stylist Lucy Bamman departed for her recent trip to Jaipur, she made sure to pack some of her favorite pieces from the Marigold Living collection—including pillowcases, makeup bags, napkins and, of course, scarves. That’s because Lucy always likes to feel at home, even when she’s a world away on the lookout for iconic designs to write about and share. “New and old, beauty is everywhere here,” Lucy wrote on Instagram during her stay in the famous Pink.Lucy Bamman Style Guide

Benjamin Reynaert might have a decade of styling experience, but his simple philosophy for creating a beautiful dinner table is one anyone can follow. “Have fun and love everything you buy,” says the New-York based editor and stylist, who draws inspiration from the city’s eclectic mix of cultures, traditions and styles when building his own tables. With an eye for interesting patterns and pops of color to add depth to natural and neutral foundations, Ben believes everyone can enjoy stylish.

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