Cozy and chic from top to bottom. | Photo: Fernando Bengoechea/Beateworks/Corbis Outline; Design: @milesredd

Cozy and chic from top to bottom. | Photo: Fernando Bengoechea/Beateworks/Corbis Outline; Design: @milesredd

This is my favorite picture at IKEA.  In person it is amazing to me.  VILSHULT Picture IKEA Motif created by Fernando Bengoechea. Mounted picture - ready to hang.

VILSHULT Picture, Amsterdam

VILSHULT Picture, "Amsterdam" Motif created by Fernando Bengoechea. Mounted picture - ready to hang.

ELLE DECOR (@elledecor) on Instagram: “Cozy and chic from top to bottom. | Photo: Fernando Bengoechea/Beateworks/Corbis Outline; Design:…”

ELLE DECOR (@elledecor) on Instagram: “Cozy and chic from top to bottom. | Photo: Fernando Bengoechea/Beateworks/Corbis Outline; Design:…”

A handwoven photograph of Joshua Tree by Fernando Bengoechea.

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Fernando Bengoechea a NY based Argentinian photographer, tragically lost in the 2004 tsunami. This photo: Handwoven print in Joshua Tree. I would love to own a copy one day.

Motif created by Fernando Bengoechea. Mounted picture - ready to hang.

VILSHULT Picture, Amsterdam

IKEA - VILSHULT, Picture, Motif created by Fernando Bengoechea.Mounted picture - ready to hang.

be sure to check out our new Tile Envy book debutting in vogue.com From the Archives: The Beauty of Tile in Vogue Homes – Vogue

From the Archives: The Beauty of Tile in Vogue Homes

A kitchen with a tiled fireplace. An archetypal image of hearth. From the Archives: The Beauty of Tile in Vogue Homes - Vogue

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Share Their New York City Apt | Another work by Fernando Bengoechea is reflected in one of the master bath’s custom-made mirrors from Robert Massello Antiques; the sconces are midcentury French, the sinks and fittings are by Waterworks, and the floor tile is by Ann Sacks.

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Share Their New York City Apartment and Daughter Poppy’s Nursery

I love this woven photograph by Nate Berkus' late partner Fernando Bengoechea. It captures the isolated, tranquil beauty of the desert.

I love this woven photograph by Nate Berkus' late partner Fernando Bengoechea. It captures the isolated, tranquil beauty of the desert.

Masterbath inspiration re: transitional feel, love the marble, mirrors and tub Another work by Fernando Bengoechea is reflected in one of the master bath’s custom-made mirrors from Robert Massello Antiques; the sconces are midcentury French, the sinks and fittings are by Waterworks, and the floor tile is by Ann Sacks.

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Share Their New York City Apartment and Daughter Poppy’s Nursery

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