An inviting celebration of beautiful spaces and effortlessly chic design, Moss Home collaborates with Mark Bumgarner to exemplify just how modern women want to decorate today.
For their 6th anniversary, Moss Home bridges the gap between two artistic platforms. Collaborating with Mark Bumgarner, they translate fashion into interior design. Their latest lifestyle collection features a wide array of furniture and accessories with a muted romantic color story. It has everything you need to create a statement space with its design and architecture—and more.
Mark Bumgarner for Moss Home is a marriage of the fashion designer’s iconic feminine and romantic style with the lifestyle brands’ contemporary maximalist aesthetics. The collection offers a window into the process of fashion and design—how objects within a home can mingle together to create a dialogue and communicate a single story.
Inspired by modern-day art deco glamour, here’s how you can incorporate the pieces from the collection for your end of the year home renovation:
BRUSH IT UP
The first idea to startup the collection was a series of wallpapers sketched by Mark Bumgarner. In comparison to painting the walls, wallpapers are an easy and cost-saving trick to elevate any room in an instant. It also features water application activated glue for easy application.
Choose the Teardrop, Shapes, Herringbone, or Strokes Wallpaper if you want a fashionable and modern mural without it having to be too loud.
While the Pleatsa and Gingko Wallpaper is a minimalist way of bringing in a touch of nature inside a room.
But for those who want a playful and utterly sense of charm to their walls, opt for the Toile Wallpaper that depicts a scenic landscape with a little fashion twist. Moss Home and Bumgarner added sketches of the designer’s pieces worn by iconic women such as Anne Curtis’ MEGA Pride Ballgown, Sarah Lahbati’s cream puff–sleeved gown, and even Heart Evangelista’s giant black bow dress that kickstarted Bumgarner’s career to go international.
EMBRACE THE CURVES
In the world of design, there has been a sudden influx of softer edges making their way into furniture. Beloved by interior designs and fashion influencers, circular items such as round sofas, round cushions, and arc mirrors are now preferred over the classic hard angular shaped designs. The retro trend reimagined is glamorous, feminine and gives the room a little character. It specifically makes it on-trend when covered in textural fabrics which the collection wonderfully has done.
Their Sofa features dome-shaped silhouettes and delivers a luxurious seating experience with its soft velvet upholstery. The accent chairs are also made with the same soft fabric. While the Ottoman shows style with wrapped fringes and a velvet seat.
When taking advantage of the curved furniture, make sure to strike a balance by adding a few angular accents. This will give the room proper contrast and composition.
LUXURIOUS BOLD MARBLE
Who isn’t enamored with the elegant feeling that bold marble gives to the space? The trending design isn’t going anywhere and for a reason. A bold marble design is best on tables because it can make anything feel more opulent and it makes for a good flat lay.
The collection includes a premium selection of Nesting Table designs in a variety of styles, sizes, and finishes to accent your living room as well as a Dining Table and Bar Cart.
THE FINAL TOUCH
The devils all in the details as they are the ones responsible for making the room personal to you. Display your collected and customized belongings in the collections’ Etagere. The classic open shelf provides storage and serves as a great backdrop itself when put together stylishly.
Finally, make the space feel like home with soft furnishings of throw pillows in different sizes. Since its varying textures and shapes already gives it that unique appeal, the muted tones of the collection’s throw pillows are ideal for a room that already has a lot of statement pieces.
Visit mossmanilahome.com to learn more about the the collection and for updates follow @markbumgarner and @mossmanilahome on Instagram.