Hey readers! Today, I am here to talk about a interesting and unique approach to interior decorating.
Debraé Little is a very talented interior designer based out of Las Vegas. Debraé Little Interiors specializes in residential, commercial, and hospitality projects. She started her own firm six years ago working in both Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Starting as a Hollywood costume designer, she brought insights learned in Hollywood to the interior decorating industry. Little describes her method of interior decorating to help her clients in a recent interview with Vegas magazine.
“I use [interior decorating] as a measure to define their personality and their personal style.”
Little’s unique approach to interior design is finding inspiration by looking through her clients’ closet. This method is a creative one and seems a little unusual, but she definitely has some logic to it.
“Both, involve lighting, color, texture, the flow or the feel of the fabric. It’s the same principles of construction….”
Having never thought about relating clothing production and interior design, I thought it was a huge stretch at first. But when it comes down to it, both industries involve creative people who design a product to fit a client. Often too, these two industries follow one another — with interior design often incorporating the latest fashion trends. This can be seen seasonally in design markets such as High Point.
Little uses the fabrics, colors, and textures that each of her clients wear to decide what type of style she should use to decorate their homes. This method of getting to know a client’s taste is innovative to say the least, and with her success over the past six years, it is definitely something that has proven to work. Here are some examples her work, which I would consider show a lot of personality.
And, here are a few examples of Little’s work that we can really relate to…
Another out-of-the-ordinary and perhaps over-the-top-use in decorating that flips the idea of bringing the inside of a closet out into a room to bringing the outdoors inside, is this Global Views, impressive 17-pound piece ($600) using a silverized Mahoni wood sculpture that decorates the light.
This chandelier was also visible at High Point Market.
Little has a unique style that is not easily found. She is especially talented in regards to her selection of irregular products, and creating spaces where they fit seamlessly. We were so inspired by Little’s creativity that we decided to find examples of where Casart coverings products meet fashion.
This group of people seems very interested in clouds just like Casart coverings! We recently launched The Cloud Collection, which features four different types of clouds in 8 colors. That collection also includes a Ceiling Cloud wall covering, which allows for a complete tranquil and stress-free environment.
I am not quite sure what to call this article of clothing, or even if it is just one article or two, but these cools robes/shirts/shorts/shirts match perfectly with our Flower Power Line.
The connections that Debraé Little pointed out between fashion and interior design are thought provoking! Who knew that clothing could give such great insight to give clients that personal touch when decorating?