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Daily Archives: May 18, 2011

We Like What They Do: Katrin Greiling

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
We Like What They Do: Katrin Greiling

We love Katrin Greiling’s style. As an industrial designer, interior designer and photographer, she’s incredibly skilled at shaping environments, creating what goes in those environments and documenting said environments. She’s just got a light-hearted, irreverent approach to design, but she’s not mocking it. She obviously takes her career seriously, but — Continue reading

V Collection Of Outdoor Furniture

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
V Collection Of Outdoor Furniture

  Award winning designer from Mexico, Joel Escalona, designs are strong geometric and architectural with a twist.  Hospitality and retail industry are their specialty with a focus on products are the best solution for the contemporary indoors and outdoors market. Particularly striking is the V collection of outdoor furniture made — Continue reading

ICFF 2011: New Blu Dot!

Categories: ICFF 2011, Modern Decor + Objects
ICFF 2011: New Blu Dot!

In what was one of our most anticipated posts of ICFF, Jennifer and Danielle visited the Blu Dot booth to see what they had new to debut. Words can’t express how much we love their new items!  Jennifer reported on our favorites: Dang Media – Retro looking Media Case with — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Robert Melton

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Robert Melton

Man we just can’t get enough of photographers who value controlled frames and modern color palettes. Robert Melton, also a great visual artist and videographer, has photography work that says a lot by showing a little. Of his photo series, we really enjoy his “Wonder Year” and “Teenage Wasteland” the — Continue reading

Modern Book Corner: In the Wilds with Nigel Peake

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Modern Book Corner: In the Wilds with Nigel Peake

We don’t often showcase books about art in our Modern Book Corner section of the blog; maybe we just feel like we should be focusing on books that inspire or help you shape your own interior environment. We really fell for the sweet and simple drawings and art of Nigel — Continue reading