Eric Prokesh

Posted on Mon, 4 Feb 2008 by midcenturyjo

Eric Prokesh “finds that borrowing from the past is crucial to his work – a deliberate decision that helps him make something new.” Named as one of H&G’s “50 Tastemakers” his portfolio covers French Classical to Mid-century Modern. The colours of these rooms are so beautiful, so fresh, the rooms themselves so luxe but simply elegant. Using colours not usually associated with the fine antiques he uses draws the eye to these lovely pieces.

kim. says:

I like that he is confident enough to use such bold colour combinations. It gives life to otherwise boring, prim and proper furniture.

balsamfir says:

I agree with Kim about the exciting terrific colour. I don’t think italian baroque is boring, but he’s definitely doing more traditional rooms in a fun way.

Annabelle says:

Ditto from me. The colors of that first room are so beautiful and so much fun. Ooh and those silk drapes! This is very much my style and the more I look the more lovely things there are.

I also love that first image. The mix of color and classic lines, but messy and relaxed is very appealing.

Ashley L. says:

gorgeous, simply gorgeous! thank you for sharing! 🙂

Sam says:

This has got to be one of my favorite posts ever posted on this blog. The first picture is simply scrumptious.

Eric Prokesh says:

I can't believe I am just now finding this. Thank you for featuring my work. You may be interested in this feature which ran in May.

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