Vick Vanlian Showreel
A Lebanese Interior Designer.Join me:
Beech frame upholestered rubberised chair by Galerie Vanlian
1950′s Beech armchair by Vick Vanlian
Beach armchair, legs stained teak; hairlock upholtery; with wool fabric covering and contrasting cushion. Designers: Ejner Larsen and A. Bender Madsen. Makkers: Fritz Hansens Eftft (Denmark)
Ceiling Lamp by Vick Vanlian
Pearl medusa illuminate giving a magnificent ceiling lamp.
Brown Friday by Envy Interiors
BROWN – We think of our roots when we see brown. We also associate it with aging since most things turn a shade of brown over time. We get an earthy feeling from lighter shades, such as beige, tan and sand, while darker shades can feel a bit murky or foreboding. If you mix brown with shades of red, it will absorb glare. Therefore, it is an effective color to use in rooms with harsh light and where the climate is dry.
Purple Wednesday by Vick Vanlian
PURPLE – An artistic color, purple is considered meditative, spiritual and ritualistic. It is also regarded as regal and dignified, conjuring up visions of a monarchy. It’s darker shades, such as plum, have more red and are associated with passion and fire. On the lighter side, tints such as lavender and soft violet, create a lovely, subtle sense of solitude. This is ideal for a bedroom, den or library.