Music on the Mend – Hanni El Khatib

I’m the type of person that prefers to have music on at all times, a constant soundtrack to my life if you will. I don’t consider myself a music head or anything, but I loooove music, am totally inspired by it, and believe that it adds so much to any environment. So, I’m taking a stab at a series I’ve been wanting to start for a while that I’ll call Music on the Mend. I’ll be putting on my imaginary hat and designing a space for an artist or group that I’m a fan of. I’ll pretend I actually know them and that we’re friends that grab a happy hour drink now and then, consider their sound and style and have my way!

Hanni El Khatib at Bottom of the Hill San Francisco

Here’s Hanni El Khatib at a show I went to a few weeks ago. He’s got a lo-fi, garage rock sound-y thing happening that I really like. He’s old school, but new school and that tends to be a sound I usually gravitate to. Rock and roll man.

Music On The Mend Hanni El Khatib

In designing a space for Hanni, I’d keep the palette pretty neutral while layering in natural textures such as leather, grasscloth and a good dose of wood surfaces to keep it manly. The feel is minimal and industrial, with a touch of organic mixed in. And don’t forget the whiskey.

interior 1, sofa, antlers, lamp, stand, interior 2

One comment

  • mika

    Love this idea!

    October 14, 2011

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