Pol Theis
9.12.11

I recently stumbled across the brilliant work of NY designer Pol Theis. He creates very interesting dynamic interiors with unexpected elements.

 

The relaxed romans add an informality and softness to the cubist nature of the Paola Lenti Atollo sofa. I think this is my new favorite sofa.

 

I really like the idea of floor to ceiling cabinetry and this lit niche behind the bed.

 

These babies kind of freak me out but I like the idea of clusters of objects perched on shelving.

 

Great great floor lamps next to the bed.

 

 

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  • Very unexpected elements, just look at those babies! Very cool, yes. Such a treat to visit your blog after a few days of M.I.A. Such a treat! xx

  • Mydayinasentence.blogspot.com

    Those look nice.
    The first picture looks like a dream loft! :)

  • Design Elements

    really such a treat! the glamour of unexpected style… hugs to you, Chantal

    Maria

    http://design-elements-blog.com/

  • Design Traveller

    Great texture contrasts (top photo)
    A feast to my eyes!

    :)

    Have a nice day!

  • I love the combination of white, grey and gold in the bedroom in the last photo, very sophisticated. Those baby dolls really freak me out too.
    Ada
    PS: thank you for stopping by my blog

  • julie@beingruby

    oooh… my verdict’s not in yet on what I think of the dolls. haha.. creepy? or not creepy? unsure.. but clever..

    thanks for popping in my way.. Hong Kong was a nice surprise.. have a great week ciao xxx Julie

  • julie@beingruby

    oooh… my verdict’s not in yet on what I think of the dolls. haha.. creepy? or not creepy? unsure.. but clever..

    thanks for popping in my way.. Hong Kong was a nice surprise.. have a great week ciao xxx Julie