TRH Design Goes Boho For Defining Design

The spirited bed design created by Kristän Maynard, of TRH Design, is the sixth of the six designs in our series of blog posts about our 4th Annual Defining Design event. This team styled their space to have a bohemian aesthetic, striving to create a “happy place.” The inventive mixture of textures, patterns and colors created a pastiche representative of the many textiles that we offer. The duvet cover and Euro shams are in a small blue and black on white graphic pattern by Nina Ricci, set off with a fringed ribbon inserted in the fabric border’s seam. The top of bed was set off by a reversible cut-out floral coverlet that had a soft, brushed fabric on one side and a smooth fabric on the other side, all in white. The sheeting by Celso de Lemos, in a deep navy sateen, peeked through the cut-out flower pattern of the coverlet. The designers then added Designers Guild shams, in one of the summery, floral patterns made famous by Tricia Guild, orange Kevin O’Brien and Alicia Adams Alpaca throws, and various other pillows from Judy Ross Textiles, V. Rugs and Home, Fino Lino Linen and Lace, John Robshaw and Johanna Howard. A soft voile quilt, also from John Robshaw, is folded at the bottom of the bed for an extra layer of coziness.

Kristen MaynardTRH Design focuses their practice on Residential, Hospitality and Commercial sectors, across the United States. In addition, Kristän’s team works on styling for commercial and hospitality projects. Raised in the Pacific Northwest before studying Design and Architecture at Arizona State University, this designer has a great love for the outdoors and living near the the Rocky Mountains, in the Boulder foothills. Her adventurous outdoor spirit informs much of her design and style, as do her many travels internationally.

Defining Design is a celebration of the designers that we have the privilege of working with and offers an opportunity for them to showcase their vision of bedroom design for our customers to see. It is the ultimate “meet and greet,” bringing together designers, clients and customers, luxury textiles and our knowledgeable staff. This was our 4th Annual Defining Design event. The event included discounted shopping, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center
, door prizes, hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer, and plenty of party. 

For more information about this year’s event, please click on the button below. Otherwise, shop for these beautiful bedding and furniture components in one of our stores in Denver and Boulder, and on our website:

Defining Design Event