Enjoy 'Beauchamping' Prints at DACHA
Feb 04, 2016 09:59PM ● Published by Jeanne Fratello
Beauchamp creates handmade one-of-a-kind prints using a citrus-transfer process. He is known for simple but thought-provoking black and white prints that reflect of kindness and optimism.
The DACHA event will feature food from nearby Fishing With Dynamite and sparkling wine from Chandon. There is no charge for the event; however attendees are asked to RSVP by emailing RSVP@dachainteriors.com
DACHA founder Lauren Alexander, born and raised in Marin County, CA, migrated to Los Angeles three years ago from New York to work with celebrity interior designer Kelly Wearstler as the director of her flagship boutique in West Hollywood. Previously, during her time in New York, Alexander enjoyed a career in high profile event production and floral design before going on to work for Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman, managing their decorative home department.
Now as proprietor of DACHA, Alexander offers a distinct brand of livable California luxury with a mix of unique pieces from all over the world. Her style is a mash-up of high and low: refined objects mixed with gathered shells or pods; flea market trinkets mixed with fine, handmade textiles and ceramics; and lots of plants.
“I only bring in pieces I love and it just works,” says Alexander.
Her product selection includes pillows and throws from Pehuen, Mexchic and Lance Wovens; entertaining and tabletop accessories from RabLabs and Billy Cotton; Cire Trudon and Bellocq candles; and original art by California printmakers Molly M Designs and Gregory Beauchamp as well as ceramic artists Mirena Kim and Pilar Wiley.