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Daily Archives: October 19, 2010

Estudio-Iris

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Fashion + Trends, Modern Decor + Objects
Estudio-Iris

Recently I was given a gift from Estudio-Iris‘s Dimple Collection.  I am in LOVE!  The simplicity and uniqueness of her designs are captivating. This young designer, trained in architecture, has meticulous attention to detail and a controlled hand.  She is meticulously aware of how her work reacts to the body, giving the — Continue reading

How to: Make an Inspiration Board

Categories: DIY + How To
How to: Make an Inspiration Board

We gave our secrets on where and how to first dip your toes into designing your home in our last How to, and in this post we’re going to delve even deeper into one of the best ways to discover your own style: the inspiration board. Why even make an — Continue reading

Featured Design Element: Seamless Corner Windows

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Featured Design Element: Seamless Corner Windows

Forget about God—style, substance and fabulousness are in the details. Though most structures, interior and exterior, are viewed and enjoyed as whole, one can’t deny the impact that a building’s littlest elements—those details you don’t even notice at first—make on one’s experience of a structure. One such element—not even new—that — Continue reading

Paige Russell Vintage

Categories: Art + Graphics, Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
Paige Russell Vintage

In June of 2007, I introduced you guys to an awesome cermacist by the name of Paige Russell. Paige gave 2modern an exclusive interview about her work, process and inspirations (check out the Paige Russell interview here).  Recently, Paige was chosen by Fossil as one of their 4 artists to — Continue reading

Trend: The New Motivational Poster

Categories: Art + Graphics
Trend: The New Motivational Poster

We’ve all mocked the motivational posters hung in budget-minded offices that feature a little-too-stunning landscapes and themes like “success,” “hard work” and “teamwork.” While we recognize the corniness (and not-the-best aesthetics) of those types of posters now, a motivational and inspirational void was created when those became uncool. As silly — Continue reading