Monet Masters - Interior + Furniture Designer

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Atlanta, GA, United States
Monet Masters is an interior designer based in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of SCAD-Atlanta, Monet is experienced in both commercial, residential, and furniture design. While she describes her design aesthetic as “Modern Electric Chic” with an emphasis on organic lines and natural elements, she enjoys helping clients define their own personal style, so it’s well reflected throughout their home or business. Monet is especially adept at employing creative and unique solutions for design problems that inevitably arise on projects, while maintaining her passionate drive and enthusiasm throughout the design process, Inspired by the fluidity of nature and the sleekness of modernity, she believes in creating spaces that harness positive energy for her clients, to help them live a balanced, relaxed life. This blog in intended to show the design process of projects of all different sorts, and how her love for fashion and nature inspires her design choices. Enjoy!

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Rug Design Competition

 The competition was created to show student designers how combining modern designs with traditional hand knotting techniques can increase awareness and respect for the legacy of textile and carpet weaving. The image below was my inspiration.


The following is my black and white submittion, explaining how color will be distributed.


This image is the final submittion for the compitition. Over 20 students submitted and the winning students were awarded a 2x2 sample of their ruge made.


Verde Home ( located @ 1000 Marietta Street Northwest Atlanta, GA 30318) awarded SCAD students in there annual Rug Design Competition. They acknowledge outstanding achievement in the field of original student rug design.

 



My rug design was inspired by nature. I used a wool and silk mix for a expensive look but low price.


Until next time...

1 comment:

  1. It is like abstract art, great idea! And this is connection between art and design, nice example.

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