Kelly Behun, an interior designer who's based in New York, partnered with Barneys to feature a pop-up shop within the high-end department store.
Until Halloween, the small collection, which is titled 'A Kook Milieu,' will be shown in a curated setting, which was reportedly inspired by Holly Solomon -- a gallerist who gained prominence during the 1970s and 80s "by championing the Pattern & Decoration Movement" and "blurring the lines between art and design."
Included is a selection of homeware that's both whimsical and modern -- making for artful accents that add a funky flare to interiors. Especially eye-catching are Kelly Behun's vases and planters -- some of which are shaped like Tetris blocks and abstract human heads.
Kelly Behun's 'A Kook Milieu' Collection Will Be Shown at Barneys
1. Homeware Pop-ups - Pop-up stores for homeware collections can be a unique way to showcase exclusive designs and capture new customers
2. Whimsical Interiors - There is growing demand for playful and unconventional home decor that adds an element of fun and personal expression
3. Artful Accents - The blending of art and design is a trend that can provide opportunities for creative and unique home accent products
1. Department Stores - Large retailers can benefit from partnering with designers and curating pop-up shops for exclusive product displays
2. Interior Design - Creating playful and unconventional home decor products can be a way to stand out in the competitive market and attract new customers
3. Home Decor - Manufacturers of unique, artful home decorations can capitalize on the trend for playful and unconventional interior design