[smooth=id: 4; width:600; height:600; timed:true; arrows:true; carousel:true; links:true; info:true; align:center; frames:true; delay:9000; transition:continuoushorizontal; open:false; text:More Images;]Brooklyn’s Sarah Cihat has been a fixture on the design scene since 2003 when she debuted her “rehabilitated dishware” at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, a key industry marketplace. For that project, she gave new life to vintage plates, reglazing them with graphic and whimsical silhouettes. Now she’s applied that brilliant aesthetic to a trio of plates and bowls just for west elm, emblazoning each with an image of a trusty steed—her favorite motif.

See more of Sarah’s work at sarahcihat.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Posts