In just one of the many amazing events happening lately in the exploding design scene that is here in Seattle, Tamara Codor, and her business partner, Sterling Voss, had a super fun party at their new showroom for their beautiful furniture and home accessories line, Codor Designs. I am feeling like Seattle is gaining so much ground lately, I really don't know if I need a trip to Paris, or New York, when Seattle has so much to offer. Don't get me wrong I LOVE those places, but I always thought they had one up on us as far as design, and art, and even food went for years. And now. Well, I don't know... The most insane, fresh, inspired food, brilliant shops, (and people) surfacing all over town...Seriously...We are an entity that cannot be messed with right now...We are nailing it...
With the brilliant local chef and winner of the 2012 James Beard best chef award, Matt Dillon (below) did a spectacular job with the mind blowing food options, and there was amazing drinks being made fresh to order, the party was sophisticated and sublime...
Matt and his co-chef from The Corson Building, Emily Crawford.
Here in the Northwest, we have a strong masculine vibe going on in many homes with wood, and earthy elements. These pieces would add a perfect lightness and elegance to counterbalance that look. They would take any style of home to another level...
The mirrors were their newest endeavor, and they were brilliant.
They take found objects,(that happen to be amazing),
mold them with plaster, and make a castle-worthy piece of art.
Close-up of the amazingness.
This piece...IS MY FAVORITE...Kelly Wearstler are you reading this??? Because if she is, you and I both know she will have this piece in one of her clients homes.
Me, the beautiful Keisha Harris, with the uber-talented Charlie Schuck, and Tamara at her Western Bridge opening party last year.
For more info on this talented team check out their website here.
Trained as a classical painter, and now an interior designer, co-founder Tamara Codor started her career as a studio artist and decorative painter. She sees the composition of one’s surrounding as much like a living painting. Her approach to interior design resonates with the same freedom and creativity as a work of art. Tamara sees every new project as a chance to push the boundaries of form and composition while always retaining a refined elegance.
Photo's by Jennifer Ament