Artist Spotlight: Katherine Sandoz



This post is part of a new series here on the Rethink blog called “Artist Spotlight” where we celebrate and support local Savannah creatives by using them as inspiration for interiors.

Today we are celebrating, supporting, and just plain eye-oggling over the work of local artist Katherine Sandoz. Her newest series (overpass), as discussed in yesterday’s blog post, features a lovely piece of work entitled (overpass) from robin road which we just had to place next to a few of our “imaginary interiors.” Below we have paired (overpass) from robin road with two completely different styled spaces – one is light, chic, and feminine, and the other is moody, grounded and a bit more masculine. Which space would you like to admire Katherine’s work in?

Learn more about Katherine Sandoz in this exclusive interview.


Look 1
1. The clean, playful lines of West Elm’s bliss sofa allow for true versatility and act as a soft neutral in any space. The single-seat cushion is a plus as it provides a no-fuss sofa you won’t have to constantly adjust.
2. We love how the perch table lamp has a glass base for a look you will never have to nor want to replace. Keep the neutral shade it comes with for a traditional look or switch it up with a fun, bright shade when you’re feeling a bit on the playful side.
3. Looking for a statement piece that will last through future design trends to come? Jonathan Adler’s brass side table boasts a classic silhouette that will add chic to any room. Its subtle metallic finish will look great supporting table lamps both classic and colorful.
4. Restoration Hardware’s braided wool rug adds great texture to your space without becoming overbearing.
5. Dwell Studio is a favorite source for timeless home accessories and these foldable star sculptures are no exception. Whether on a mantle, coffee table or as a shelf vignette, the vintage-inspired lines of these room decor gems are sure to add a little sparkle to your space.
6-7. What better way to express yourself than with the painterly patterns of the switchgrass pillow collection. These design beauties are dual-sided and allow you to switch up the look of your seating in the blink of an eye.
8. Bring out your inner artisan year-round with Anthropologie’s lime throw. When not in use, the playful texture of this poppy textile becomes a mini art installation draped over your sofa or lounge.
9. This euphoria teapot proves that art belongs on more surfaces than just your walls. Place this conversation piece in a shelving unit or by itself on a nearby side table atop a stack of your favorite novels for an instant design creds.
10. The ventana mirror is functional art at its finest – place over a sofa, headboard, or by a reading nook to add a pop of design that is versatile and can grow with your home.
11. The deep jewel tones of this celestial coaster set make us swoon. Use as a spot for your favorite cocktail or collect several series to hang on your wall as a work of art.
12.Keep your living room from looking heavy by using the eames rocker as your secondary seating. The molded form is a piece of design history and any fun throw pillow will look great against its neutral finish.
Look 2
1. Sculpture meets function with this 1950 cobra floor lamp by Swedish designer Greta Magnusson Grossman. Shown in black, this light has a flexible arm and a cobra-like shade that rotates 360 degrees for a user-friendly floor lamp that doubles as a piece of history.
2. Dwell Studio’s new manor sofa combines a dramatic winged back with a modern silhouette and comes in a vast array of material choices. Mix and match the existing lumbar pillows with one or two of your own for a fully customizable statement piece.
3. The strong lines of this krusin coffee table change dimensions as you move about the room. Available in both a glass or marble top, this is the coffee table that will literally go with anything.
4. These fun, minimal wooden birds are an exclusive product of Jonathan Adler’s collaboration with Kristian Vedel. They come in small, medium, and large and naturally we want all three! The best part about  these wooden creatures is their “playability” – both the heads and bodies are detachable to allow you to rearrange your aviary family to your liking.
5. This soft velvet wyeth chair is the perfect lounge to curl up in and read a book in style. The wide, masculine frame lets this chair look great on its own with a side table or as a pair for a dynamic duo sure to host the most proper of conversations.
6-7.Don’t be afraid to mix patterns both old and new like this puzzle pillow and mustard pillow. The latter plays upon the hint of golden mustard in the first and the geometric vs. organic shapes compliment each other.
8. Pay homage to clean, vintage design with the seamless lines of this canteen clock. Hang alone on a narrow wall or include in a large collage of your favorite picture frames and curios.
9. Add a mature collection to your space with these eclectic bottle vases. The smokey hues of these uniquely shaped vases are begging to filter light and would look great on a window sill or mantle. Add height to these beauties with stalks of wheat or dried foliage.
10. The primitive lines of the miya rug by Restoration Hardware act as the perfect masculine backdrop for a room full of warm neutrals. Pair the delicate, aboriginal pattern with stocky, substantial pieces for a space with true balance.
11. Place your design taste in the palm of your guests’ hands with this safari-chic horn bottle opener.
12. Entertain your guests in style with this round brass bar cart. The glass shelves keep this piece light on the eyes and the four small casters allow this party-on-wheels to socialize about your evening affair as you do.
Connect with Katherine via her websiteblog, and online boutique.

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