Art 艺术


A Heart-warming story: The Nutcracker《胡桃夹子》一个温暖人心的故事

Under the leadership of Miss Goh, The Nutcracker returns for its 9th year of spectacular magic and fun for the whole family in the Christmas holiday season.

Goh女士带着胡桃夹子》 班底在第九个年头回归,在圣诞假期为全家人带来精彩的魔法和欢乐。

Lloyd Chen, Chan Hon Goh, Angela Bi

“It’s one of the ballets that I believe needs to hold true to a sense of tradition. I wanted to build something that people would have a memorable attachment to through the years.” – Chan Hon Goh

“我相信这是一出真正秉承了传统精神的芭蕾舞剧,我想要借此为人们营造长年难忘的情感依托。” – Chan Hon Goh

The performance had this wonderful layering effect in ability and style, which gave a textured quality to performance that ran throughout the evening. It features luxuriant costumes, outstanding sets, passionate dancing and dramatic action scenes.


On top of the incredible dancing, I was thrilled to see Jacqueline Robbins who played a very animated and fun Grandmother with her humorous dancing.

除了超凡的舞蹈表现,最让我为之一振的还是看到了杰奎琳·罗宾斯(Jacqueline Robbins),她用幽默的舞姿扮演了一位非常活泼有趣的祖母,让角色活灵活现。

A magician, a drag queen, Russian folk dancers and ballroom couples elevate the show, featuring a variety of talent and making this production truly unique.


With the cast of over 200 performers and the beautiful sounds of Tchaikovsky's music, I was constantly stimulated throughout the performance. I am cheering for Goh Ballet and Miss Chan Hon Goh for this wonderful evening at The Centre.

随着柴可夫斯基的美妙乐声传来,欣赏着超过200名演职员的精彩表演,我全情沉浸在表演中无法自拔。我为Goh 芭蕾 Chan Hon Goh女士喝彩,感谢他们在The Centre带来如此难忘的一夜。

Photo Credit: Lyall Zhang

Visas Group as a performance sponsor for The Nutcracker 汇加倾力支持《胡桃夹子》演出

We are thrilled to see and delighted to support The Nutcracker again this year, celebrating all the wonder of the season with the talented and creative crew, onstage and backstage.


Returning for its 9th holiday season, prestigious local dance organization Goh Ballet presents The Nutcracker at The Centre. Since premiering in 2009, the production of this masterpiece has given tens of thousands of audience members the opportunity to be swept away by this world-famous Christmas story.

第九个圣诞季回归演出,声名远扬的本地舞蹈团Goh芭蕾将在The Centre为我们呈现《胡桃夹子》。自2009年首演至今,它的到来为数以万计的观众朋友带来了难得的机会,让他们能值此佳节为这一世界知名圣诞故事着迷。

Image: Got Ballet - The Nutcracker

This year’s production features Principal Dancers Jerome Tisserand and Elizabeth Murphy from the Pacific Northwest Ballet, who will perform as the Cavalier Prince and the Sugarplum Fairy, respectively, alongside more than two hundred local and international talents.

今年舞剧将由来自西北太平洋舞团 Jerome Tisserand 和 Elizabeth Murphy 领衔分别扮演Cavalier王子和糖梅仙子,还有超过两百多名本土及国际舞蹈达人倾力加入。

Elizabeth Murphy and Jerome Tisserand, Principal Dancers of the Pacific Northwest Ballet, image: Got Ballet - The Nutcracker
Elizabeth Murphy and Jerome Tisserand, Principal Dancers of the Pacific Northwest Ballet, image: Got Ballet - The Nutcracker

The cast will dance to choreography by Emmy award winning dance visionary, Anna-Marie Holmes, as well as musical accompaniment by the Vancouver Opera Orchestra, which will be performing Tchaikovsky’s iconic Nutcracker Suite, under the musical direction of Conductor Leslie Dala.

曾获Emmy奖的 Anna-Marie Holmes 将为此剧编舞,温哥华歌剧交响乐团为演出配乐,Leslie Dala担当指挥,演奏柴可夫斯基的代表作《胡桃夹子》组曲。

Image: Got Ballet - The Nutcracker
Image: Got Ballet - The Nutcracker
Image: Got Ballet - The Nutcracker

Unlike other storytelling mediums, the ballet has very few words. We decide what we want to believe and watch it play out, a feast to all our visual and aural faculties except those mechanical turns by which we process words.


Like the holidays, the nuance, the execution, and the final result are open to our interpretation. The Nutcracker is a must-see piece of our holiday culture, from which there is a lot to learn. Come join us at the theatre on Friday, December 15th to enjoy the season and joyous holiday spirit!


Our New Art Collection from Auction by Yishu 从拍卖会上获得的新艺术藏品

We are honored to be invited to a cocktail reception and an art auction in support of Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art at Equinox Gallery.


At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen
At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen
At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen

Yishu is the first English language journal to focus on Chinese contemporary art and culture. It offers a platform for a wide range of voices who are living and telling the story of contemporary Chinese art from a diversity of perspectives, and who provide dialogue and debate around current visual and literary forms produced within what constitutes an expanded understanding of contemporary Chinese art.


At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen
At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen
Amelia Gao, Vancouver Art Gallery Trustee, Photo: Lloyd Chen
Shengtian Zheng, Director of Yishu Initiative of Contemporary Chinese Art Society, Photo: Lloyd Chen

The artworks were generously donated by renowned artists, collectors, and galleries. Featured artists include Xu Bing, Wang Dongling, Ken Lum, Gu Xiong, Paul Wong, Lisa Birke, Michael Edward Miller and Summer Xia.

这些作品都来自一些知名艺术家、收藏家和画廊的慷慨捐赠。重点艺术家有:徐冰、王冬龄、林蔭庭、顾雄、黄柏武、丽莎 • 比尔克、迈克尔 • 爱德华 • 米勒和夏慧雯。

At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen

We are pleased to win the auction on Paul Wong’s limited edition art prints. Paul Wong is an award-winning Canadian artist, curator, and organizer of public interventions since the mid-1970s. He is known for his radical approach and engagement with issues of race, sex, and death.


Paul Wong, Chineses Cafes: The Five Energies – Wood, 1997, Photo-silkscreen print, Photo: Lloyd Chen
Lloyd Chen and Paul Wong (left to right) in front of Chinese Cafes: The Five Energies – Wood

We immediately saw the connection with this piece, combining Eastern and Western culture. It conveys oversea living based on historical, family, and contemporary photographs of Chinese Café culture in Western Canada. It is classy and traditional. The Daoist system of “The five energies” – wood, fire, earth, metal, and water – and it’s corresponding colours influence the aesthetics of the series.

我们立即从这一作品感受到了中西合并的链接。它以加拿大西部中国咖啡馆文化的历史、家庭和当代照片为基础,向我们传达了海外生活的状态。作品既经典又传统。并以“五能”的 木、火、土、金、水,及其相应的颜色影响了这一系列的美学。

At Equinox Gallery, Photo: Lloyd Chen

Chinese contemporary art undoubtedly attracts more and more attention in the international art market. Nowadays, auctions and other related supporting activities gradually promote Chinese contemporary art "going global", which has a very good standing in the international art market.


Royal Collection at the Vancouver Art Gallery 温哥华美术馆英国皇家收藏展

Portrait of the Artist: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection just opened last month; it is the first ever exhibition to focus on images of artists from the Royal Collection outside of UK, helping to mark Canada’s 150th birthday.


Johann Michael Wittmer, Raphael's First Sketch of the 'Madonna della Sedia', 1853, Oil on canvas
Photo: Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017
Artemisia Gentileschi, Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting (La Pittura), c. 1638–39, Oil on canvas
Photo: Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017

The acclaimed exhibition is from one of the most important art collections in the world, which first debuted at The Queen’s Gallery in Buckingham Palace in 2016. Now it’s coming exclusively to Vancouver and running through to February 4, 2018, presented by kind permission of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.


Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017
Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017

This exhibition will give you a new appreciation for art through the centuries. It showcases self-portraits by world-renowned figures, such as Rembrandt van Rijn, Peter Paul Rubens, Artemisia Gentileschi, Lucian Freud and David Hockney, and representations of artists by their friends and pupils, including the most reliable surviving likeness of Leonardo da Vinci by his student, Francesco Melzi.

展览会让您在几个世纪的作品,徜徉中对艺术有全新的领悟。您能看到鼎鼎大名画家的自画像,像 伦勃朗•凡•莱因,彼得•保羅•魯本斯,阿尔泰米西娅•真蒂莱斯基,盧西安•弗洛伊德 以及 大卫•霍克尼,也有由艺术家的朋友和学生完成的肖像,包括 列奥纳多芬奇 学生 弗朗切斯科•梅尔齐 呈现给我们,和大师生前相似度极高的作品。

Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017

Portrait of the Artist presents a remarkable group of paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and works of art spanning six centuries from the Royal Collection. These works highlight both the enormous richness of the Royal Collection and the complex and deep relationship that the British monarchy has had with artists,” – Kathleen S. Bartels, director of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

《艺术家的肖像》一展用油画、素描、印刷品、摄影作品和其他艺术形式,向我们展示了皇家收藏,跨度长达六个世纪。这些作品不但让皇家藏品熠熠生辉,也体现了英国皇室与艺术家源远流长的深厚关系。” – Kathleen S. Bartels,温哥华美术馆主管。

Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017
Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017
Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017

Encompassing over 80 works, the exhibition is a rich survey of how artists have seen themselves and the role of the artist within society.


Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017
Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017
Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017
Royal Collection at Vancouver Art Gallery, Photo: Yuan Lu, 2017

In this rare occasion, you should visit the Vancouver Art Gallery to check out these extraordinary artworks for yourself!



ART021 The Growing Art Market in Shanghai 上海艺术市场势头正劲

Every corner in Shanghai is full of artistic atmosphere in November.
Exterior view of Art021, 2017. Photo via @galerieperrotin on Instagram.

ART021, the huge Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair is celebrating its 5th anniversary from November 8 to 12, 2017, showcasing a premier selection of modern art by 102 leading galleries from across the globe, taking place at the Shanghai Exhibition Center, supported by China National Arts Fund.


Art021 at Shanghai Exhibition Centre (9–12 November 2017). Photo: Sam Gaskin.

It offers a global platform for dealers, artists, collectors, sponsors, museums and non-profit organizations to share the exciting developments of contemporary art, fostering cross-cultural dialogue and stimulating creative thought.


Art Agenda, Courtesy ART021

ART021 is playing a leading role as a contemporary art fair in the Asian art market.


ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair 2017

Prior to the fair, the organizers announced that they will open a brand new art fair in Beijing next year. From the first opening, they bring 29 to 54 and then to 104 galleries, the show gradually expanded to the North, which shows that the determination of positioning “small and fine” art fair has conquered the art market.


Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017
Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017

The compatibility of local art market in Shanghai is very large. There is not only a systematic collection of private art galleries, but also the mass spending power of mass arts, especially the degree of internationalization of art exhibitions is unmatchable by other cities.


Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017
Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017
Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017
Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017

With the growing consumer buying power and economy in China, people nowadays have higher demands in the quality of life, and eventually will accept works of art more easily.


Photo Credit: Angela BI, 2017

Now it is the right time to invest in arts in China, especially Beijing and Shanghai. I am very excited to witness and take part in this era, participating in the art collecting!


Fall Themed Floral Arrangement 秋季主题花艺

Before winter comes, we had our private “Autumn Floral Workshop” at Concept Floral Vancouver, catching up with friends while making our floral art creations!

赶在冬天到来临前,我们在Concept Floral Vancouver举办了一个私人的《秋季花艺课程》一边与朋友们叙叙旧,一边创作花卉艺术!

Concept Floral Vancouver

Why not make your own floral arrangement to celebrate this Fall Season? These arrangements help reflect the colder air, changing leaves and the transition into winter, featuring lots of orange and shades of yellow as well as small decorative ghost pumpkins!


It is fun to play with “fall colors” and use a brighter, more colorful palette for the season.


Fall flower arrangements in various shades of red, orange, yellow, pink and purple colors look breathtaking, dramatic and spectacular, offering gorgeous home decorations for any room in autumn.


We had a lot of fun making many different styles of floral arrangements, with traditional, or free style, or abstract!  I'm sure it will add a touch of natural beauty to our home, passing on our love for life and art!

我们开开心心自己动手,创造出许多不同风格的花艺,有传统,自由风格,或抽象! 我相信这会给我们的家增添一丝自然之美,传递我们对生活和艺术的热爱!

Best Street Style From Shanghai Fashion Week Spring 2018 上海时装周2018春季最佳街拍

Shanghai Fashion Week is a biannual schedule of fashion shows, presentations and events. The streets of Xintiandi were packed with China’s fashion set, as the country’s biggest and brightest fashion week kicked into gear.


Shanghai Fashion Week 2018 SS

Below, I have selected some best street styles during Shanghai Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 from W magazine. Photos are taken by Adam Katz Sinding.

下面我就从W杂志上海时装周2018春/夏展上挑选一些最佳街拍。照片由Adam Katz Sinding提供。


Ever heard of ‘Hai Pai’ aka ‘Shanghai Style’? 听说过“海派”“上海风尚”吗?

I’ve recently saw a post from Culture Shock Tour about ‘Hai Pai’ aka ‘Shanghai Style’ that really inspired me. The combination of Chinese and Western culture resulted in the birth of inclusive and an openness to diversity – Hai Pai.


Hai Pai is rooted in traditional Chinese culture, based on the fusion of the essence of Wu and Yue culture, from Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces, and absorbs to a lot of western culture. It embodied rebellion against traditional conventions and boldness in innovation.


Li Shoubai, showing Shanghai’s distinctive haipai culture

One of the first expressions of Hai Pai, ‘cultivated’ by old generations till these days and shocking foreign newcomers, was adopting the habit of wearing…Pajamas! Proud Shanghailanders started wearing it outside to make sure everyone around noticed how stylish they were.


Another significant example of inclusive Hai Pai’s spirit was the transformation of traditional Qi Pao/Cheongsam. Influenced by western aesthetic standard, traditional Chinese Qi Pao was shortened and became more fitted. The new Qi Pao, originated in Shanghai, quickly took over the rest of China in no time.


Even when the glamour and decadence had to surrender in the face of pervasive Communism, Shanghai people just could not let all the elegance go and that’s how the “fake collars” were born.


Now the opulence and unlimited indulgence are back in Mo Du (Shanghai’s nickname which means “fascinating city” or “devil’s / magical city”) and seems like Hai Pai is at the peak of its Renaissance.


The multinational crowd of foreigners gather at countless fashion events and fairs, bringing new designs and inspiration that locals embrace almost immediately.


Shanghai Tang

After all, the city’s chic reputation, that took years of efforts to gain, could not be ruined in the eyes of foreign guests! The answer was ‘Why not? It’s Shanghai!’  Yes – whether you call it the Hai Pai, Mo Du, Paris of the East or even paradox. Hai Pai never ceases to make its own, bold, fashion statement and I consider myself lucky to be witnessing it!

毕竟,城市的时尚之名靠的是经年累月的经营,绝不会在外国人眼里说垮就垮!回答是“为什么不?这就是上海。”是的 - 无论您管她叫作海派、魔都、东方小巴黎海派从不停止她大胆的时尚宣言,我也为能见证这样的文化变迁而感到幸运!

Prepare your house for Halloween 准备好您的房子迎接万圣节

Every autumn, as the leaves begin to change color, and the cool fall breezes begin to blow, I immediately start to think about Halloween. Halloween has been the longstanding favorite holiday worldwide. It is the perfect time to be creative – and “creepy”.


Through the years, I’ve haunted my own house in every possible way. This year I will be celebrating in Shanghai . I’ve gathered some easy guide to decorate your home for Halloween!


Decorate your front porch. Your front porch will be the portal to all of the creepy things inside your home, so it should be as scary as possible to lure your unsuspecting guests inside your house of horrors. Here are some great ways to add some Halloween spice to your front porch:


  • Use the stairs leading to your porch to create some great visual impact for your Halloween display and incorporate different shapes and sizes of planters and pumpkins.
  • Add some cobwebs and spiders
  • Make some spooky friends
  • A bucket of dead white flowers and painted white pumpkins
  • Scatter some tree branches on the ground.
  • 在走上门廊的台阶上进行创作,让来宾们在门口就感受到视觉冲击,可以选用不同形状和大小的花篮和南瓜。
  • 装饰一些蜘蛛网和蜘蛛。
  • 做几个幽灵朋友。
  • 放一桶白色的花束和涂成白色的南瓜。
  • 在地上撒些枯树枝。

Decorate your front door and windows. The door and window are the eyes and mouth of your home's Halloween soul. Adding just a few ghoulish touches to your front door and windows will make your house look haunted.

装饰您的前门和窗户。 如果把您家比作万圣节的鬼怪,那么门窗就如同他的眼睛和嘴。只要加上点睛之笔,就能让您的房子看起来真的像栋鬼屋。

  • Attach cobwebs across the windows and dangle plastic spiders
  • Hang a wreath covered in bats on the front door
  • Splatter some fake blood on your front door
  • 在窗户上添些蜘蛛网,再吊几个塑料蜘蛛。
  • 在前门悬挂一个花环,上面布满蝙蝠。
  • 在门上撒上假的鲜血。

Make your furniture look Halloween-ready. There are a few small but effective tricks to make your home look abandoned, creepy, and ready for Halloween.

让您的家具也看上去有万圣节的气氛。 有一些方便易行又有效的小技巧,能让您的家看上去像无人居住的荒宅,处处散发出恐怖的气息,符合万圣节的情景。

  • Cover your couches and chairs with white sheets. Pick the oldest sheets you have to make it look like your home hasn't been used for years. Brownie points if the sheets have some natural-looking holes in them.
  • Cover your tables with tattered black tablecloths. Take an old black sheet and cut ragged edges all over it.
  • Drape your bookshelves in cobwebs
  • Strategically place a few fake skulls to spice up drab pieces of furniture.
  • 把您的沙发椅和椅子用白床单罩上。挑最旧的床单,好让您的房间看起来久未居住。如果床单上正好有几个很自然的洞那就更好了。
  • 在桌上铺上破旧的黑桌布。拿一块黑色的旧床单,四周剪出毛边就好。
  • 书架上挂上蜘蛛网。
  • 放些假骷髅让死气沉沉的家具更阴森恐怖。

Light up your home. Your lights will help set the eerie ambiance for your home, so you should make the most of the lights you have while keeping the house looking fairly dim, so that something spooky could pop up at any time. If it's too bright in your home, you won't have enough room for mystery.


  • Tape plastic bats to the inside of the shade of an ordinary lamp. When you light the lamp, the bats will stick out.
  • Light some white candles with "blood" dripping down them. Simply put some white candles over a towel or paper towel, and light a red candle over them until you've dripped enough wax over it to make it look like fake blood is oozing down the sides.
  • Light a few orange paper lanterns and drape them all over the house.
  • Carve a spooky face, a silhouette, or another spooky design on a pumpkin and light the inside.
  • 在普通灯具内的暗处贴上塑料蝙蝠。这样打开灯,蝙蝠的黑影就会跳出来了。
  • 点几支滴“血”的白蜡烛。只要把几支蜡烛放在毛巾或纸巾上,再在上面点一支红蜡烛,这样红色的蜡油就会滴下来漏在白蜡烛上,看上去仿佛鲜血留了下来。
  • 点几个桔色的纸灯笼,在房子四周挂起来。
  • 在南瓜上刻出鬼脸、剪影或其他可怕的图案,在里面点亮。

Play up the pumpkins. Halloween would not be the same without pumpkins.

强调南瓜。 没有南瓜,万圣节就不像样了。

  • Hang some pumpkin balloons. Scatter them on the floor or hang them from the ceiling.
  • Take some pumpkins and paint them black, silver, or cover them in glitter. Arrange them in the corners of your home.
  • Open up a pumpkin and use it to hold potpourri.
  • 挂上南瓜气球。把它们散落在地板上,或从天花板悬下。
  • 把南瓜涂成黑色、银色,或裹上金属纸,装点房间的各个角落。
  • 挖开南瓜,里面放上干花。

Have spooky walls. Your walls can do a lot to make your home look even more spooky. Just adding a few things to the paintings and walls you already have will make your haunted home come alive.


  • Draw creepy eyes on your mirrors, so people will get scared when you look into them.
  • Cover your paintings with fake blood. Just make sure you put it over paintings that are framed behind glass and that it washes off.
  • There are a bunch Halloween wall decals options for fun decorations. It can be cute or ghoulish.
  • 在镜子上画上诡异的眼睛,当人对着镜子看的时候就会觉得毛骨悚然。
  • 在您的装饰画上抹上假血。确保您的画有玻璃装裱过,这样血迹可以被洗掉。
  • 有很多万圣节墙贴可以选择。 它可以是可爱的或可怕的。

Cover your home with creepy surprises. Make the ordinary extraordinary by adding a few additional touches to complete your home's Halloween look.

在您家里加上惊吓元素。 添加一些元素让您的万圣节装扮更加完美,让原本平平无奇的家变得与众不同。

  • Place an old birdcage on the floor. Scatter some fake rats on the bottom.
  • Set up a bouquet of nice white roses, and then cover them with little fake black ants, spiders, and caterpillars.
  • Make a bat garland out of black construction paper and drape it all over your home.
  • 在地板上放一个旧鸟笼。笼子里扔几只假老鼠。
  • 放一束白玫瑰,上面爬满假黑蚁、蜘蛛、蜈蚣。
  • 用黑纸做一个蝙蝠环,在家里四处挂上。

Choose the ones that work for you, and remember, it’s your own creativity that’s puts the “spooky” in Halloween. Show your love of Halloween this year with freaky flair!


Beautiful fabrics can inspire your entire decorating ideas. 美丽的面料可以激发您整个装饰设计灵感

Fabrics are some of the most important elements as you make your decorating plans. They can set the mood and influence the way you feel.


Looking at fabrics can be a dizzying affair. Whether you’re outfitting a new outdoor collection, bringing a vintage side chair back to life, or looking for dramatic drapes to frame your windows, these fabrics will take your project to new and exciting heights. Check out our picks from the latest collections.


Bauhaus Prints 包豪斯印花

The geometric patterns of the year are blocky and bold but can be used to complement classic touches, as seen in the Parisian apartment of designer Laura Gonzalez.

今年的几何花样图案大块且色彩醒目,正好和古典的调调互补,就像我们在设计师Laura Gonzalez的巴黎公寓里看到的那样。

Modern Moiré 现代Moiré

The silk fabric with rippled texture may seem old-fashioned, but the applications, like covering a modern chair and plain wall in Schumacher's Incomparable moire, are absolutely fresh.


Sophisticated Stripes 优雅条纹

Far from your typical sailor stripe, these patterns bring energy to a space without overpowering. Designer Miles Redd proved its worth by using an awning stripe fabric to outfit the outdoor dining pavilion of a Bahamas vacation home.

完全不同您所熟知的典型海军条纹,这种纹样给空间带来生机,又不会喧宾夺主。设计师Miles Redd就证明它有多好用,他拿雨棚条纹材料来打造露天用餐小洋亭,给巴哈马度假小屋添上点睛一笔。

Sunny Side 阳光面

Call it color therapy. Decorating with shades of yellow can bring instant optimism to a space while remaining luxe, as seen in the sunny living room of Jimmie Johnson's New York home.

也称之为色彩疗法。用大面积的黄色来作为居家装饰,能瞬间带来乐观的态度,看上去也足够奢华大气,当您看到Jimmie Johnson在纽约家里的阳光明媚的起居室就能立刻明白了。

Haute Pink 高级粉红

Bright pink is certainly an unexpected choice for upholstery. But when contrasted with rich neutral tones like the stone-gray walls that set the backdrop for seating covered in Cowtan & Tout's Kazan fabric, the result is less precious and more punchy.

亮粉红用在室内装潢上肯定让人意外。但只要大规模使用中性色,和这样的石灰色墙面刚好形成反差,再在前面放上一把用来自Cowtan & Tout的Kazan面料包裹的座椅,又能给人以又不矫饰又不失鲜明个性的感觉。