This week we sit down for a chat with Karrie Kaneda, owner and designer of Happy Habitat: a line of eco-friendly throw blankets. We absolutely adore her work, both as an environmentalist and a fellow Midwest designer (Karrie is a local Kansas Citian!). We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we have.
From all of us at the Coveted Home, thank you for making this a wonderful year and we look forward to being a part of your journey through 2017.
When I think of Japanese design, I think sleek, modern lines. Soft woods, plants galore. Beams of sunlight drifting through open windows, across pine floors with straw mats and low tables. Floor pillows and steaming cups of tea. Lanterns and water features. Peace and tranquility. There’s something inspiring about Japan’s tendency towards serenity — especially in this modern age,… Continue Reading
Beyond the Mambo, guitar strumming streets of Communism, Cuba hides one of the richest fields of design and interior inspiration. Earth tones merge naturally into bright pastels and woods and metals collide in a look that can only be called organic industrial. Design elements throughout Cuba infuse native island culture, African sentiments and Spanish colonialism. All this and with… Continue Reading