Whether it’s a little touch up or a drastic change, spring calls for an upgrade home interior. As the birds begin to chirp and the bulbs push through the soil, purely and simply, home projects are in the air. The season’s mood is so spellbinding, the sense of renewal is palatable. With it comes an energetic craving to tidy up homes and welcome this new season with color, and new vigor. Spring calls on us to reflect the warmer weather and brighter evenings in the interior of our homes, and the overwhelming sense of rebirth that comes with this season is what motivates us to do so. For advice on how to plan a home sprucing this season, we turned to Yeliz Titiz, owner of The Bazaar Project. The shop features stunning and unexpected items in fun colors combined with vibrant prints setting a backdrop for one of a kind assortment that will raise your spring décor intentions to another level.
“Consisting of one piece in a free-flowing shape that forms the backrest, seat, and leg without a break in the design, the Bond Chair is both a trendy and durable asset in your home. The constant flow and Bouclé cream upholstery make this accent chair appeasing to the eye and comfortable to the body.”
“There are not enough words to describe the beauty of these hand-painted trays. The perfection of the stroke makes the designs so realistic that one is tempted to want them all. From flowers to animals from the sea to the jungle these trays will make your tables unique and colorful.”
“This incredibly distinctive lamp in copper and feathers. Upanova is a perfect fit for Art Deco style and has enough playfulness for cool, modern settings. This coconut tree-shaped lamp gives a tropical glam vibe to any room.”
“Reflect the beauty of your interior space with the lovely Le Sereno Mirror. Inspired by the elegant contours of the Art Deco design era, its frame is made of beveled green mirrored glass sculpted in an unusual octagonal shape.”
“The Dope as Hell Coffee Table will make a resounding impression on your guests. The color-coated resin panther that is used to hold the tempered glass is innovative in its appeal and makes for an exotic decorative item in your interiors. This limited-edition product is innovative in design and style, having only 1,000 being made worldwide.”
“Fallen Chandelier is a medium size wireless rechargeable lamp suitable for indoor environments, designed by Studio Job. Influenced by 19th century Thonet classic curves, this object travels through times to be the outstanding protagonist in each place it lives in and accompany you in a timeless dream of elegance.”
“The Steps Vase is crafted from full colored mouth-blown glass. When the sunlight is just right in the room, the vase catches its rays and develops a slight glow. The vase is a beautiful feature piece that makes for a great addition to your dining room table.”
“The lightness of porcelain and the richness of gold in this collection that reinterprets a classic ikat design.“
“In an abstract shape inspired by flowers, six layers of rattan, whose densely braided edges coax them into waves, provide a soft diffused light.”
“Sicilian traditional moor-head shaped ceramic vase, totally handmade and hand painted by the original artisanal producer from Caltagirone – Sicily.”
“Designed by Les Ottomans, these eye cushions are made from cotton and are hand embroidered.”
“The carefully woven Capiz placemats are made of durable bamboo and finished with shells that instantly transport you to the heart of summer.”
For more information call 786-320-5164 or visit The Bazaar Project on the Lower Level near Bloomingdale’s.