Canevas Spaces by Charlotte Lancelot

I’ve always loved the look of oversized stitching. I love that sort of detailing on just about anything, but I especially love it on furniture. These ottomans, cushions and rugs were designed by Charlotte Lancelot and have that same stitch detailing I love. To me they look like giant needlepoint projects that were filled in with brightly colored yarn. The collection was designed to be mixed-and-matched together, but I think just one of these pieces would be perfect. Bonus? The model totally reminds me of Jay McCarrol’s winning crochet/headphone collection for Project Runway. Click here to check out and shop the full collection online, prices range from $245 (cushions)- $3k (rugs). xo, grace

  1. I obsess over anything stitched, but these are just amazingly awesome.

  2. These are fantastic! I see “cool” furniture all the time but this really wowed me.

  3. Marnie says:

    This is quite impressive!
    I love the way the sticking colors show over the greige fabric.

  4. alex says:

    what a fantastic fusion of handcrafting and digital. i’m totally in love and wowed to echo tracie.

  5. raasma says:

    amazing work


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