Viyet, an online retailer of furniture, lighting, accessories and art curated by top design professionals, invited interior designers Jennifer Beek and Georgie Hambright of J+G Design, as well as designer Patrick Hamilton, to create vignettes to benefit a support community for those with HIV/AIDS.
The vignettes, which are made of luxury consignment finds, are now on display at the FLOR showroom in Soho. After three months of exhibition time they will be sold, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Housing Works, a healing community for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
A bit about the vignettes:
Jennifer Beek and Georgie Hambright
Jennifer Beek and Georgie Hambright's vignette
"We love using bold, dramatic patterns on the floor; it can totally transform a room,” said Beek of J+G Design’s vignette. The design-duo’s “Mad for Mod” vignette is inspired by the work of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. “We chose a graphic black, white and gray design; this palette is the perfect foundation for adding pops of color through bright furniture, art and accessories."
Patrick Hamilton's vignette
According to Hamilton, his vignette features a “modern organic studio feel"—heavy on texture and with emphasis on the natural. It’s a multi-functional room (eating, entertaining and sleeping) that mixes metals, woods, stone and ceramics. Hamilton “reused and recycled” for his space, creating a room with an earth-friendly footprint.
Viyet was launched in April 2013 to provide a full-service, white glove solution for the discreet buying and selling of pre-owned designer furnishings online. Viyet consigns inventory from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, and sells nationally as well as overseas. The furniture, lighting, art and accessories sold via Viyet come from top designers, brands and showrooms, including Baker, Campion Platt, George Smith, Hickory Chair, Alexa Hampton, Jonathan Adler, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Philippe Starck, Thom Filicia and Vitra, among others.
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