Erik Lindström unveils the power of florals with Act II of the Botanical Collection.
Botanicals Act II, a new line of floral rugs from Erik Lindström, is designed by California artist Allison Kunath.
Southern California-based Erik Lindström, principal of his eponymous rug company, has a new passion this spring: botanicals. More specifically, Act II of the company’s Botanical Collection, which is exclusively available in the Bay Area via Natalie Mize Collective on Henry Adams Street downtown.
Artist Allison Kunath
The mind behind all of this beauty on the floor is Los Angeles-based abstract and mural artist Allison Kunath, whose past collaborations include Jonathan Adler, Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, WeWork, Lululemon, Kit & Ace and Vince.
Detail of rug in gold from the Botanicals Act II collection from Erik Lindström, available in San Francisco via Natalie Mize Collective.
“I’m fascinated by the juxtaposition of perceived opposites,” says Kunath. “The invitation to contribute to this botanical collection gave me an opportunity to explore a very soft subject matter, rendered in a rather hard, deconstructed and angular way. I took great pleasure in exploring the limits of geometric simplification while still maintaining a sense of movement and organic imperfection.” Which makes for rooms that feel very much in bloom throughout the year.