Tuesday, September 4, 2007

FLORENCE BROADHURST AND INTERNATIONAL INSPIRATION

JORDAN CAPPELLA OTTOMANS COVERED IN FLORENCE BROADHURST FABRICS
HELEN ONEILL, JAIME RUMMERFIELD, DAVID LENIE, JORDAN CAPPELLA & ROD WOODSON.
JORDAN CAPPELLA & HELEN ONEILL

One of my favorite blogs Desire To Inspire post an article on Australia's very own Florence Broadhurst. Two of my Lucite/upholstered ottomans covered in Black & White Florence fabric, Bronze tray and chair designs are featured in the story they were launched at Woodson & Rummerfields in Los Angeles the same night as Helen O'neills book on Florence, her secret and extraordinary life. I feel so lucky to have my designs showcased with such talented people. the second shot is Jaime and Ron the owners of Woodson, David Lenie the owner of Signature prints, Helen O'Neill the author of her extraordinary life and I.

9 comments:

franki durbin said...

goodness. so much drool worthy imagery in one post. where to begin? let's start wit the top image, those ottomans and that fabulous room they reside in. I can't spy a single design flaw in the scene. From the deco wallpaper to the classic bust, it's a timeless room that would look great in Miami or Manhattan. Perfection.

patriciagrayinc.com said...

Wow Jordan...
I love the Broadhurst fabric on your lucite ottoman and chair. What a perfect compliment this fabric is to your work and this wonderful new showroom to highlight your designs. Good for you Jordan!!!! Congratulations!!!
From Patricia one of your biggest fans.

Jordan Cappella said...

Hey Franki,

I know it really is a stunning room, Jamee and Ron are so talented.

Jordan Cappella said...

Patricia,

How are you? Again thanks for your kind words and continued support it means a great deal to me.

ALL THE BEST said...

All I can say is WOW! The ottomans are so stunning, chic and beautiful!

annechovie said...

Yes, Jordan, those ottomans are the perfect blend of classic and hip modern. Congratulations!

Jordan Cappella said...

Thanks Anne,

It was incredible to see Florence Broadhurst fabric on my designs for the 1st time. I just wish I could have met her in person while she was alive.

sandman_gr said...

The room is extraordinary and so are your designs! Kudos!

Cote de Texas said...

Jordan: wow! I missed this post somewhere along the way - gawd, this is I think my favorite work of yours to far!!! It is so gorgeous, and the picture is so wonderful! You must be so proud, all the kudos and write ups, it seems you are really getting well known. I just love this ottoman!!Congrats.
Joni