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Daily Archives: February 18, 2013

Gold Standard

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Gold Standard

When a tool and hardware look this refined, actually putting them to use may be beside the point. The hammer, a creation of the Seattle design studio, Iacoli & McAllister, is made of solid brass, and, presumably, is a working tool (though who’d be silly enough to bang anything with — Continue reading

Victorian Modern

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Victorian Modern

If it’s possible to have a house that’s both sumptuous and spare, opulent and simple, old and new, then the interior decorator Rose Uniacke has shown us how. Her 19th Century Georgian Revival house in London, which comes with old-world accoutrements like ballroom, conservatory and abundant architectural detailing, would seem a — Continue reading

Water Based

Categories: Art + Graphics
Water Based

These graphic Navy Signal Prints are by the London-based graphic designer Hana Tanimura, whose self-initiated project looks to maritime flags and their system of visual communication for inspiration. Simple, cleanly rendered geometric shapes and vibrant colors are a staple of maritime flags and pennants, and Tanimura was savy enough to see how — Continue reading

President’s Day Sale

Categories: Furniture + Lighting, News + Events + Contests
President’s Day Sale

We love design no matter where it’s made, but today we’re feeling particularly patriotic. We admit to a soft spot for those who craft modern design in our American backyard. Which is why on this President’s Day, when you shop from our featured USA-made products, like Eastvold Handcrafted Modern Furniture, — Continue reading

Window Dressing

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Art + Graphics
Window Dressing

For a project that is “part an ode to architecture and part a self-challenge to never stop looking up,” the New York graphic designer Jose Guizar has taken it upon himself to create a suite of weekly illustrations featuring The Windows of New York. Thus far, the collection is a portrait of — Continue reading