Ross Cassidy’s Collab With CB2 Is A Minimalist’s Dream
The Japanese-inspired collection seamlessly incorporates modern design with luxury.
Published Feb 6, 2017 2:00 PM
If your New Year’s resolution to be more Zen has already gone out the window, we’ve got just the thing to put you back on track.
LA-based celebrity decorator Ross Cassidy has collaborated with modern homeware brand CB2 to create a Japanese-inspired capsule collection that is uber chic. The Million Dollar Decorator, who counts Sia and Amber Valletta among his clients, is best known for his luxe-minimalist aesthetic. With neutral shades and blue hues underpinning a sleek, modern collection, this is one collaboration sure to bring calm back into your home.
“This collection was inspired by Zen philosophy, and the simplicity, functionality, minimalism, and balance associated with it,” Cassidy tells PEOPLE.
The line really is all about balance: blending comfort with sleek modernism, the Kihon indigo sofa balances luxuriously plush pillows with a wooden slab base and bold Japanese-inspired stitching. Elsewhere, the Kaishi chair contrasts soft cream-colored cushions with a mesh screening.
Pictured above, the Shoji Hurricane.
These luxe-minimalist influences extend onto the accent pieces as well. The Fedo ombre blue lacquer tray is the ideal accessory for adding a dynamic pop of color to the coffee table.
Constructed of abaca fiber, the Hea blue rope rug instantly brings about an element of coziness to a room. And storage is made chic with the Ishi marble canisters that are equal parts functional and style-focused.
Whether you’re looking to add a little Zen to your space or revamp your entire living area, there is something for everyone in this latest collaboration.
Shop the entire collection here.