In the ’90s, prolific Belgian designer Laetitia Low launched Marie’s Corner, specializing in stylish handmade seating for an exclusive clientele. Since then, her business has expanded into a full range of upholstered furniture and textiles, and she often collaborates on large-scale decorating projects with the world’s leading interior talents. But no matter how grand those jobs become, Marie’s Corner remains true to its roots as a purveyor of streamlined modern classics, all rendered from top-quality woods, durable leathers, and elegant fabrics.
Bring the rustic, romantic vibe of Provence home with Couleur Nature’s bedding and throws. Choose from 100% cotton sheets and shams in floral patterns and dusty hues, or opt for pick-stitched kanthas in bright colors and playful motifs. Complete the look with decorative mirrors and watercolors of the French countryside, all courtesy of Soicher Marin.
Anchor your room with streamline seating by Belgian designer Laetitia Low. This line, while designed in her home country, is new to the U.S. market (manufactured in North Carolina). Don’t miss the linen armchairs with ebony wood bases—not only will they never go out of style, but they’re also handmade and built to last. Complement them with a round ottoman, crafted to the same high standards.
A little artsy, a little romantic, and full of texture and pattern: Those are the hallmarks of boho style. Adapt it to a reading area with a few key pieces. Start with the handcrafted Limoges club chair; its grey velvet upholstery is lusciously soft and its seat, generously wide. Drape a jacquard-weave throw over its arm for a dose of free-wheeling color, and then try a cowhide rug below (the Giraffe print is especially memorable). Need accents? Then consider the resin lamps and handmade mercury-glass vases—they’re beautiful to the eye and the hand.
Anchor your room with streamlined seating by Belgian designer Laetitia Low. Designed in that European country, the pieces are manufactured in North Carolina and reflect American styles. Case in point: the Sacramento armchair, with its oak frame, doweled feet, and upholstered back.