Tassels and trims are making a return to interiors. Far from being the style we associate with 1970s suburbia, however, 21st century fringing cuts a new sort of dash, taking on different proportions and functions. There are floor-sweeping fringes on Cristina Celestino’s tables for Editions Milano, as well as her cabinets for Durame. Mirrors by Ben & Aja Blanc sport threads cut into graphic-shaped manes, Marcel Wanders has embellished his pendant lights for WonderGlass with tassels, while Cristian Mohaded’s ‘Ninho’ bowls for Gallery Bensimon wear a thick pile of threads. Finally, we have licence to skirt around the subject.
Photography: Philippe Fragnière. Interiors: Olly Mason. Writer: Emma Moore
Pictured: ‘Tripolino S’ table, €3,050, by Cristina Celestino, for Editions Milano. ‘Ninho’ bowl, from €400, by Cristian Mohaded, from Gallery Bensimon. ‘Calliope’ pendant light, price on request, by Marcel Wanders, for WonderGlass. ‘Half Moon’ mirror, $2,100, by Ben & Aja Blanc. ‘Olimpia’ fabric in terracotta, £300 per m, by Rubelli Venezia, for Rubelli. ‘The Moor’ rug, price on request, by All The Way To Paris, for &tradition