Okay, is there anyone who wouldn't enjoy answering emails at this desk?? Just a glance at those cheerful little cubbies is all I'd need to keep going. One of my favorite design elements is the combination of solid color and walnut, which I think the LD Desk pulls off nicely. — Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2010
So the groundhog didn't see his shadow — six more weeks of winter, yuck! At least Kenneth Cobonpue's new "Bloom" chair can aide in our fantasies of warm weather, flower blossoms, and sunshine . . . Made from hand-stitched microfiber stretched over a resin frame, the gorgeous armchair can be — Continue reading
Dolomites photo by HdB1973 Merrell's Wilderness Hiking Boots are one of those items that were founded on such a sound and simple idea, the thought that form should follow function and that quality should transcend quantity, are still around after having existed in one form or another for almost a century. Made — Continue reading
Architect and founder of Edge Design, Gary Chang is truly a “domestic transformer”. He moved into his 344 square foot apartment over 30 years ago with his parents and siblings. Like most of the 370 units in the 17-story buildings in Hong Kong, space is at a premium and sharing — Continue reading
Of all the design trends in the world I could be watching, I seem to be involuntarily drawn to all things tea. Tea bags, tea cups, tea pots, tea cosies, tea parties – if it has to do with tea, I'm all over it.* Which probably goes a long way — Continue reading
Need a little help? Everybody needs a little help now and again. Superspace has created a series that help us through the challenges of everyday life with affection and humor. www.superspace.dk
I was amazed to learn that these organic forms are sculpted entirely out of trash. The artist, Yuken Teruya, cuts and folds his medium of paper or cardboard without creating his own trash, or adding it back into the environment. My favorite is this tree formed out of a McDonald's — Continue reading
Great new Products from Bloom! The Alma line is part of the Bloom Dreaming series that is directed towards babies and infants. The Alma Crib is the highlight of this line along with the organic Alma Coco Mat Mattress and Alma Bedding.
These illustrations by Calu Fontes are just breath taking! So detailed, so colourful… amazing! These pieces are for me like works of art, not only simple tableware.
Exclusive kids and baby lighting designs only found at 2Modern. We bring you bright and worldly patterns to brighten up a child’s room or nursery. We are pleased to present to you the Kids & Baby Lance 24″ Table Lamp, the Kids & Baby Thao Hanging Pendant Lamp, and the — Continue reading
This is a fantastic tray but even more it’s art, put it on the wall or lean it against the kitchen wall. I just adore these two images on both of the trays. berenice by ibride el querido father by ibride They are designed by the French atelier ibirdie. I — Continue reading
Say goodbye to that sad, painted-a-million-times, flaky, peeling eyesore of a radiator. Say hello to a new, any-color-of-the-rainbow, fancy pants radiator from Bisque. Available in practically any color you can imagine, and nearly any shape and size, these radiators are just plain cool. I'll take one in that pretty sea — Continue reading
The Swatch watch has recently made a comeback into my life via my husband and his friend. They search high and low for the coolest Swatch watches on the market and have amassed an impressive collection. So I'm sure they'll be happy to hear that Colette is feeding their obsession, — Continue reading
Thomaspaul is known for his bold use of color and patterns that has sparked a major trend in home accessories design. Known primarily for his work in textiles, including pillows and rugs, Thomas finally brings his eye for pattern and color to an exclusive lighting collection.
Love the pen and brush work of London based artist Cornelia O'Donovan. The artwork is full of seemingly mischievous little creatures. Don't let your feet hang from under the duvet at night, lest you find these little critters eyeing them lustfully.
Essay table by Cecilie Manz. Inspired by situations in her daily life – Cecilie has, by combining two trestles and a table top, designed a table for life. Simple lines and durability are only a few words describing the solid table.
A house that fits the landscape like a glove
I've had a pretty rough week at my 9 to 5 – but the highlight of my week has been these illustrations by Scott Campbell. Amazing work and great for a laugh… you guys know this is all quite accurate. My 9 to 5 situation keeps drawing me towards Jason — Continue reading