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Daily Archives: October 26, 2011

Desert One – Jim Jennings

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
photo credit: Joe Fletcher Photography

On a recent trip to Palm Springs, we’re fortunate to have been on a tour of some of the interesting homes in Palm Springs.  Known for the greatest collections of mid-century modern architecture in the world, here is a new but timeless expression of architectural art that truly captures the — Continue reading

Can’t Go Wrong Gift: Cutting Boards

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Can’t Go Wrong Gift: Cutting Boards

As the holidays near, we want to help take out some of the stress by giving you a series of posts that feature one or more of what we’d like to call “Can’t Go Wrong Gifts.” These are the sorts of things you could buy a few of to give — Continue reading

We Like What They Do: Jason Lewis Furniture

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
We Like What They Do: Jason Lewis Furniture

You know, no matter how much technology advances and we humans learn to use it to make cool, partially computer-generated furnishings, we’re still going to always appreciate the wonderful handcraftedness of furniture made by a talented human’s hands. A talented human like Jason Lewis. While not the craziest designs we’ve — Continue reading

Functioning, Awesome Nikon Camera Costume

Categories: Fashion + Trends
Functioning, Awesome Nikon Camera Costume

With Halloween weekend a mere days away, if you’re still struggling for the inspiration for the perfect Halloween costume that will bot reflect your love of modern design and show off how clever you are, may we present to you this functioning, life-sized Nikon camera costume? The photographer Tyler Card — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Pen & Gravy

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Pen & Gravy

We like fine art, complicated art, art-only-found-in-a-gallery as much as the next blog. But we also think modern design is knowing and seeing that art exists in more casual forms. That the art of someone’s doodles in a journal can be just as groundbreaking and important and nice to look — Continue reading

Hill Country Views with the Wimberley House

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Hill Country Views with the Wimberley House

Does it seem like we focus on Texas-centered architects or Texas properties a lot around here? Well, it just so happens that your friendly blog editor-in-chief (Adrienne) lives in Texas (Austin, to be exact) but that’s not really why we focus on them (if you could say we focus on — Continue reading