Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary

Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary


Home & Real Estate HBCM Spotlight

Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary

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Home & Real Estate HBCM Spotlight

Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary

Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary

Home & Real Estate HBCM Spotlight

Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary

Published By:   •   February 13, 2024

Designer Laura Kirar Shares Her Visual Diary

Published By:

February 13, 2024

Home & Real Estate HBCM Spotlight


Blending both the past and present, interior designer Laura Kirar shares the latest on her new Arteriors collection—and her visual diary.

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“This wall piece is a captivating exploration of intimacy within abstraction. Through the seamless integration of traditional media and everyday found materials, Monica creates a visually engaging and thought-provoking piece that invites viewers to contemplate the intersection of art and intimacy.” Monica Rezman wall piece, monicarezman.com

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“This sumptuous fabric has the feeling of a hand-block- printed art piece, perhaps collected at the traders market in Bhopal or a rare document handed down from past generations of the Sicilian side of the family. It is perfect for drapery and upholstery or pillows.” Denise McGaha for Vervain Foxy, fabricut.com

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“This chair that I designed for Arteriors feels both a bit modern and simultaneously a vintage classic. The geometric carved apron adds a little bit of unexpected detail to the dining room, living room or anywhere you need seating.” Laura Kirar for Arteriors Vargueño chair, arteriorshome.com

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“The Millenia centerpiece has the air of an ancient artifact or mysterious found object from a land and culture unknown. It makes the perfect sculptural decor on a dining table or credenza, filled with flowers or smaller objects.” Laura Kirar for Arteriors Millenia stacked centerpiece, arteriorshome.com

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“The Paul Evans dining table is a true masterpiece in the realm of Brutalist design. The sculptural quality of the base evokes a sense of artistry, making this dining table not just a functional piece but a captivating work of art that demands attention.” Paul Evans Stalagmite bronze and resin dining table, 1stdibs.com

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“This rug conjures up both memories of nights around the bonfire in the Sahara Desert and playing checkers after class in the ’70s. The playful color combinations and artisan textures will allow you to make your own memories.” Beni Ayaz Moroccan rug, benirugs.com

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