This Father’s Day weekend in honor of all the dads who’ve encouraged us to explore our passions, we’re honoring a long legacy of fathers, sons, and daughters collaborating creatively – the Ercolani way. We’ve written about the father of Ercol Furniture, Lucian Ercolani and his Originals Collection, and how his reinvention of the Windsor chair set a new standard for
On the cover of the Financial Times’ often serious How to Spend It magazine, Jaime Hayon is dressed like a clown. His make-up and black and white triangle pom-pom hat are reminiscent of Pierrot. “Designers take themselves too seriously,” he insists. The image matches his work – Jaime’s designs often ask us to leave normalcy behind as we enter a
NYCxDesign week is the epitome of everything the design community does well – larger than life trade shows like ICFF, expertly curated exhibits that toe the line of modern art and design, showrooms styled to the nines for all passersby and lots of Aperol Spritz. Everybody on the team went into last week with different intentions, assignments, and goals, but
In an effort to share all the knowledge housed in the brilliant brains of everyone on the team, we’re starting a monthly product feature where one lucky Lekker team member will do a write-up on something new, something old, something silver … you get the idea! We hope to break down design in a way that is digestible and focused,
When we first started Lekker in 2003, we were one of the first family-run businesses a part of the Washington St revitalization – Natalie and Curt packing boxes at midnight and teaching themselves how to run a business from the ground up. The passion and constant drive to make Lekker a reality all stemmed from the simple desire to bring modern design to the U.S. in a warm and accessible way.
We’ve touched on Florence Knoll’s legacy before and we thought there was no better mom to highlight this Mother’s Day weekend – there’s just so much to reflect on! Her endless contributions to women in the workplace, modern product design, and scope of the interior design industry have changed the game for all of us. Navigating the male dominated Post-War
We’re back here for another Friday with the project spotlight series – this week we wanted to share with you a home in Tel Aviv by Lindsay Bentis of Thread Art and Design! Bentis, a Los Angeles Native, established Thread in 2006 and specializes in residential design and construction consultation. She consistently creates interiors that are imaginative, complex, and pushing the boundaries
Today we get to learn more about the woman behind the blog. If you’ve been keeping up with The Lekker Creative, you’re already familiar with the even and thoughtful tone of this blog’s (usual) author. While a post about her is the last thing Courtney would like, there’s a lot to say about the powerhouse of creativity behind Lekker’s look and feel.
Personifying furniture is just something that happens at Lekker. We’re surrounded by larger than life pieces all day every day and naturally start identifying with certain chairs and sofas like they were personality characteristics we were born with. This has led to many complicated and hilarious conversations about who would be what, and why. Since we all treat design as very
After waiting 9 hours on Monday for a flight to be canceled into the wee hours of the North Carolina morning, our buying team concluded their Highpoint Market adventure with some not so great travel luck. Despite the gloomy note upon departing – they brought back tons of exciting information, new releases, and inspiration. We wanted to share some new designs