Hints of Nagaland in a Los Angeles Salon? Mixing Eastern and Western decor is not a new concept at all, but when Nagaland-born designer Seyie Putsure sent me these pics of a salon she designed in downtown Los Angeles, I was bowled over. She has borrowed decor ideas from her hometown and North East India. However, the ideas are subtle and reinterpreted for a modern interior. Sayie has introduced some tribal/ethnic inspired elements such as woven bamboo or rattan that are very commonplace design elements in Northeast India.
|The woven stool with cushion is inspired by the low woven murrah
or moodah stools seen in India.
|The woven baskets for towels and used towels are both inspired by
the woven baskets/handicrafts native to Nagaland.
Thank you Seyie 🙂 They are lovely!