Lindsey Adelman Studio Unveils Paradise Collection
Lindsey Adelman was experiencing wanderlust even before the pandemic hit. In fact, she explained the origins of Lindsey Adelman Studio’s latest collection, Paradise, over FaceTime amid the palm trees of Anguilla, where she was on vacation with her family. “Before COVID hit, I had written down the idea that the freedom to explore is the ultimate luxury,” says the industrial designer, who has a NoHo showroom. “But it became very valuable when we were locked down.” That means the line’s textured glass, brass chains, and visual references to sun-drenched Moroccan afternoons and the tattered textiles of Mongolian yurts can travel throughout an interior in spontaneous ways, with cord covers hand-crocheted by Taryn Urushido that have multiple mounting points, from walls to ceilings. lindseyadelman.com
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