Over the last couple years, I find myself in awe of the young designers who have remained innovative, exuberant, and steadfast during tough challenges within the design industry. In recent years, the idea of “green design” has been gaining momentum at absurd speed. It is nice that more and more — Continue reading
Daily Archives: May 4, 2011
This private home in Antilia Mumbai could be mistaken for a sky scrapper or a hotel. With its 173 meter high walls, 27 story tower, an asymmetric stack of glass, steel and tiles with a four-story hanging garden and solid gold chandeliers hanging from the ball room ceiling, — Continue reading
Interesting materials…modern, innovative designs…indoor and outdoor options…we like what Efrain E. Velez is doing. Check out the Studio Efra here.
We are too excited to have gotten an email from one of our favorite design studios we haven’t heard from in awhile: KAYIWA. We’ve talked about Lincoln Kayiwa’s designs on 2Modern before, like the Faith Candelabra, Toucan-inspired dinner utensils, the Dino clothes rack and office supplies. Well prepare to be — Continue reading
We all know art is a very personal, subjective experience. Sometimes it’s easy to say why you like a piece; maybe you’re connecting with the medium, the bold colors or some other element. Other times it’s too difficult to explain why it is that you like a piece; it’s just — Continue reading
I got a lovely email from an Etsy folk yesterday pointing me in the direction of one of their Etsy How-Tuesday videos. (I didn’t even know they made videos! What a bad blogger I am!) Just in time for Mother’s Day is a perfect, kid-friendly, gorgeous, Mid-Century Modern-inspired bird mobile — Continue reading
You know how much we love that intersection between vintage and modern. Vintage details are often the sorts of elements that breathe life into an overly modern space and really showcase a homeowner’s personality. It looks like this book is a sort of “how-to” when it comes to affordably and — Continue reading