The Jungle Trend: Studiopepe for Spotti - Eclectic Trends
I am a big fan of Studiopepe and happy to publish another eye candy post of their work. This time they have been teaming up again with Spotti who select furniture and accessories in their showrooms of the best Italian and international brands. Brazil and the Jungle Trend are hot spot right now. Giant palm leaves, rich […]
Modern Classics: Eero Saarinen’s Tulip Table
Finnish-American architect and designer Eero Saarinen contributed much to our design lexicon, though he is perhaps best remembered for one item in particular: the Pedestal, or Tulip, table. An undeniable classic, this simple, sweeping table looks as good today as it did in 1956.Designed for Knoll, the collection also includes armchairs, stools, and coffee and side tables, though it’s the minimal, slightly space-age dining table which has stolen our collective hearts.
Real Living Sneak Peek
photography james braund | styling indi foord for real living There's nothing more rewarding on a Sunday nite than a new magazine to unwind with, and that's just what I did last night with a copy of the latest issue of Real Living. Always a favorite, this month's issue is their "how to decorate" issue and features practical and gorgeous ideas along with a fun smartphone interactive app (viewa for both androids and iphones) for extra decor tips and tricks. I get my digital copy of Real Living…
11 Reasons to Love the Classic Wishbone Chair - The Interior Collective
The Danes certainly know how to produce a good chair! For such a small country, they seem to claim a majority of the most famous and iconic chairs in history. I’ve mentioned my love for the Panton cantilever chair and now it’s time to gush over the classic Wishbone Chair. Designed by Hans Wegner in 1949, it was the first collaboration he did with maker Carl Hansen, who has produced the chair since then. The chair remains just as popular today as it was then and beautifully adds to any room…