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In 2008, Shannan Campanaro, a surface designer, founded her new company - Eskayel. An innovative home decor brand, focused on creating environmentally-friendly products with striking and energetic designs. Over the years, the brand has grown to include, pillows, fabric, wall coverings, rugs and furnishings. Now, nine years later, this Brooklyn-based brand has grown even more, opening its first showroom in the hip neighborhood of Williamsburg. “The opening of Eskayel’s first showroom is an... exciting milestone for the brand. Brooklyn has a thriving design scene that continually inspires our company and we’re thrilled to be able to make our products more accessible to a community where we have such strong ties.”Continue to 2 of 9 below.
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Just like the products that can be found at Eskayel, the new showroom, designed in-house by Campanaro and her team, is a stunning display of art and design, in a crisp, clean, open-plan space. The light-filled space offers a neutral backdrop to the curated selection of textiles, pillows, and furnishings available in the shop.Continue to 3 of 9 below.
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Fabric On Display
Just like any good interior design, no stone has been left unturned in the showroom's design. Every detail has been addressed. For the display of the brand's multitude of textile designs, fabric swatches are hung beneath a black shelf that features a brass rod. The black and metallic combination is a pretty way to display the brand's line of eco-friendly natural linens and organic cotton fabrics. Atop the shelf, plant life is a reminder of the company's mission, the promotion of... nature-inspired, environmentally-friendly design.Continue to 4 of 9 below.
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Pattern All Over
The showroom's white walls allow breathing room for the layers of patterned products present. It's a clean backdrop for a rich combination of colors and prints. From rugs, to seating, to pillows, they all stand out in the showroom's minimalist design aesthetic.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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The hues in the designs have become part of the decor of the space. Campanaro is inspired by nature and travel for her designs, taking inspiration from pictures taken during her travels, and turning them into the ethereal watercolor paintings that the brand is known for. Color schemes are representative of sunsets and oceans from around the globe, with water being the inspiration for many of the designs, as her technique uses aqueous inks that bleed into one another.Continue to 6 of 9 below.
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Side Chair Game
In the corner of the showroom, is seating. Part of a special collaboration that Eskayel has with New York's mecca for all things design - ABC Home. The exclusive collection includes sofas, ottomans, benches and poufs, all in the brand's soft, nature-inspired, watercolor upholstery.Continue to 7 of 9 below.
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On the walls of the showroom, a range of artisan pieces is on display. Rugs have been hung on the wall for display, and they also add warmth to the space. And just a few feet away, the brand's wallpaper is artfully presented. The range of flatwoven, silk and wool blended rugs, are crafted in India. And the wallcoverings are made of recycled materials, using water-based inks.Continue to 8 of 9 below.
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The company's colorful line of pillows are also on display. In the office area, a selection is featured on open shelving. The showroom includes a range of in-stock pieces that can be bought right off the of showroom floor. Pieces like these cushions in a range of soothing hues, make up a beautiful display, and are also readily available for purchase, to brighten up nearby homes.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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Small furnishings are also part of the brand's collection, with pieces like seating, stools and poufs that can be found on display in the showroom as well. Like the other products featured, they can also be bought off the showroom floor.
The Eskayel showroom is a perfectly designed space to showcase the brand's renowned textiles, wall coverings, rugs and accessories. Open by appointment, it's a beautiful place for both consumers and design professionals to discover one-of-a-kind... artisan pieces in New York's most art-centric borough.