Do we talk too much about Austin-based furniture designer Michael Yates, of Michael Yates Design, who we’ve interviewed (Exclusive Interview: Michael Yates) and posted updates about new pieces of furniture (like his Kyoto Dresser)? Well we just spotted his new Vave Table so we’re posting about him again. Deal with it. — Continue reading
Daily Archives: April 9, 2012
We’re up for an award! The best architecture blog award, in the 3rd annual JDR Industry Blogger Awards, to be exact. There are only a few days left to vote, and if you haven’t voted yet, we’d sure appreciate it. Only if you have a moment!
Never has someone’s art made us so creeped out yet captivated us so fully, as well. Polish artist Dorota Buczkowska’s work seems to play with a viewer’s expectations of weight and density; soft materials are shaped and photographed in ways that they look sturdier or heavier than they are, and — Continue reading
This is gonna sound weird, but if gnomes were real and they had gnomes that really dug modern design we feel like this is the kind of home they’d live in. Maybe it’s that gorgeous green grass, but probably it’s the neat shape, and definitely it’s the cute and quirky — Continue reading
Is that a trombone with light bulbs?! Nope! It’s one of Delightfull’s newest light fixtures, the Clark suspension light, and wouldn’t it look pretty killer in a Mid-Century Modern tricked out dining room over a sweet, sleek dining table? We also kind of dig the Ike suspension light, which still — Continue reading
Ahh! We love surprising details in the home; they’re really the elements that make your place so unique and just absolutely sing with creativity. We were delighted to stumble on this clever idea on the blog Aesthetic Outburst by artist and crafter Abbey Hendrickson. This is just such a fun idea, — Continue reading