2M Blog
2M Shop
2M Directory
2M Collective
live. learn. share. design.

Daily Archives: March 29, 2012

New MASHstudios! (We’re already so in love)

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
New MASHstudios! (We’re already so in love)

MASHstudios kind of rocks the whole furniture design world. Just look at all the evidence: their PCHSeries has plenty of sleek, straight lines and high-quality wood with lots of crush-worthy pieces that would look great in any house. And who could forget their LAXseries? Their most popular grouping of designs showcases — Continue reading

Easy, 2-material DIY: Adorable coasters

Categories: DIY + How To
Easy, 2-material DIY: Adorable coasters

Spotted on Pinterest via Fellow Fellow are these “why didn’t I think of that?” coasters with cute patterns and a simple, simple way to do them. While coasters aren’t exactly the most expensive home item out there, it is nice to think that if you wanted to, you could customize — Continue reading

Hamptons Collection by GianVittorio Plazzogna

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Hamptons Collection by GianVittorio Plazzogna

Normally what you would consider high-end, traditional outdoor furniture doesn’t bowl us over (certainly not furniture named “Hamptons”), but we’re kind of digging this line we spotted from Italian company Roberti Rattan. There’s something decidedly modern about those lines and we like how graphic and contrast-y they seem and would look — Continue reading

Tucked away modern: 8 stylish, nature-surrounded retreats hermits will love

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Tucked away modern: 8 stylish, nature-surrounded retreats hermits will love

Introverted? Love nature? Just wish you could get away from it all but still be surrounded by modern, stylish design? Today’s architects cater more and more to those who love to just get away from it all. They understand that these folks who want to isolate themselves from modern distractions — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Richard Colman

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Richard Colman

Perhaps one of our favorite things about viewing art is imagining the sort of world that must go on in the mind of an artist. The imagination it has to take to come up with the worlds that these artists portray and create is huge, and we always enjoy getting — Continue reading