Our friend Eva Dayton worked at Giorgio Armani before opening Eva Gentry on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, which she now runs with her husband and collaborator, Gentry Dayton (together they also design interiors). With Eva's predilection for well-edited black and white minimalism mixed with Gentry's Harley Davidson motorcycle chic aesthetic, it adds up to what Eva calls "tough minimalism." Here are some ideas for recreating the look:
Recreate the look with the following elements:
Above: Eastvold Credenza; $2,710 at Design Public.
Above: Aurora Table Lamp with Silk Shade; $249 at Room & Board.
Above: Oviedo Chaise; made of leather with a chrome base; $1,595 (down from $1,995) at Restoration Hardware.
Above: Eames Molded Rocker; $479 at Design Within Reach.
Above: Spun brass 1930s Studio Task Floor Lamp; $299 (down from $379) at Restoration Hardware.
Above: Steer Horns in Cast Resin; $149 at Restoration Hardware.