My interview with the Moyle sisters from Hello!Lucky letterpress studio continues. Scroll down for photos of Eunice and Sabrina’s apartments as seen in Design*Sponge’s sneak peek. Click Here if you missed the first half of the interview!
Q- Where do you draw inspiration from for your design work at Hello Lucky?
A- Vintage design, books, textiles & illustration, other artists that we admire (we’ve collaborated with artists such as Julia Rothman, EIEIO, Joel Dewberry and Lab Partners)…beautiful shops like Bell Jar in San Francisco and Antoine et LIli and Deyrolle in Paris…travels – London is always hugely inspiring…and the aesthetics of films like Moulin Rouge and Amelie…
Q- What is your dream job (something other than HL)?
A- Writing and illustrating children’s books, or designing home decor or apparel. Who knows, we might do both of those things yet!
Q- What are your favorite places to shop online for home decor?
Q- What was the last thing that you bought for your home?
A- AÂ jackalope from Paxton Gate (Eunice). A pair of blue and white Chinoiserie needlepoint pieces from the flea market (Sabrina).
Q- Name one piece you really want to buy for your home?
A- A beautiful deep turquoise velvet couch that is somehow, someway, dog hair & muddy paw print proof. (Eunice).Â Hans Wegner Papa Bear Chair – the perfect reading or office chair, especially in this teal blue! (Sabrina)
Q- Is there a particular interior designer that you admire?
A- Stylist Selina Lake, We also love the book The New Eighteenth Century Style by Michele Lalande, and Marie-Claire Maison for inspiration.
Q- Name a place you want to go to any where on the globe–money is not an issue?
A- Patagonia (Sabrina).Â Pretty much anywhere in Europe, but I especially love Denmark and France (Eunice)
Thank you to Sabrina & Eunice for taking the time for our questions. We’d love to see you do both illustration for children’s books and design home decor.Â Â Â Could there be aÂ textile and home accessoryÂ collection in Hello!Lucky’s future?