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Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines provide her base spices.Court’s expansive terrace has been embellished with leafy plants and equipped with an outdoor kitchen.
Furniture and art fairs, museums, and galleries also help to inspire my projects.On a practical level, I like that they easily fit into your luggage, and once I get them home I love to remember where they are from and the stories they tell.They add a wonderful layer to your home whether it’s on a bed, on a sofa, or framed on the wall.When I travel, places reveal themselves to me through a color palette.
I look for color combinations in the local architecture, crafts, textiles, buildings, nature, art, food, even transport (be it a camel, train, or rickshaw! While traveling through Vietnam recently, my color palette was inspired by the incense, the folded banana leaves, the surrounding jungle, the ochers worn by the monks, the paper decorations, and the lovely clay color of the Mekong River.It’s the perfect escapist setting for her credo of global maximalism. “Autumn is the time for warmer tones and richer materials,” says Court, who incorporated a vivid green hand-dyed French linen table runner. Court favours mismatched linen napkins, white ceramic plates and hand-blown wine glasses. Labneh is Middle Eastern, snapper curry conjures Sri Lanka and ras el hanout ribs evoke Morocco.