San Francisco Bay Area Interior Designer Julie Mifsud a Winner in Crate and …

“Chair as Accessory” will be produced and sold exclusively by Crate and Barrel in their Fall 2012 collection.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2012

Julie Mifsud of Julie Mifsud Interior Design, located in San Carlos, CA, is excited to announce that her accessory inspired chair was chosen as a winner in the recent Crate and Barrel Designer Custom Challenge competition. Her vision for this chair was as an accessory that can nest in any room, to utilize a piece of furniture as an accessory to embellish a space. Creating a piece that is light, versatile and unexpected with a dash of style, while being highly functional, is the mark of a great accessory in fashion. Why not translate it into the home?

Using a fabric pattern originally designed by the Echo scarf company and now produced by Kravet Fabrics, the chair is the embodiment of youthful, well-edited style with a splash of color on the backrest, evoking the idea of a scarf, which adds just a punch of color to a neckline. The backrest fabric styles the piece with a bit of drama in its color and pattern, while the seat of the chair is grounded with functional, neutral and durable leather. The total design is completed with a dash of unexpected accessorizing: a nail head embellishment along the bottom seat edge, adding just a bit of sparkle and fun to this flexible designer chair that can work in any room.

Julie says, “When I think of the accessory that embodies this idea, I think of a silk neck scarf. It’s versatile, light and flowy, — adding a punch of color and style without overwhelming the overall ensemble. I see the chair I designed in the same way: as a stylish and functional accessory to many rooms. It has pattern and a burst of color yet is grounded with utility and flexibility.”

About Julie Mifsud

Principal designer Julie Mifsud founded her eponymous firm on the principles of inspired design, diligent project management, and a deep understanding of the designer-client collaboration. With a background in retail and formal training in design and color theory, Julie’s designs have a European ease, allowing all the elements to feel effortless and acquired over time. She believes in creating a design that allows the space to breathe, and is an extension of her client’s life. It should tell a story of what the client holds most dear. One should learn something about the person who lives in the home from the decor. These firm principles have allowed Julie to grow an expansive design business with a loyal San Francisco Bay Area client base.

When not designing, Julie’s contributes to her community through her philanthropic designs. A frequent contributor to San Francisco Bay Area designer showcase houses, Julie’s designs have graced numerous elegant showcases, with proceeds supporting St. Matthew’s Day School and University High School’s scholarship program, among others. Julie believes that a business’ success is deeply rooted in giving back to the community that supports it.

Visit Julie Mifsud Interior Design to view her portfolio of interior design projects and for a listing of the worthy causes she contributes to.

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