Friday, May 17, 2013
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Listen to the man himself discuss Lightwood and Botan at designboom. Also be sure to visit Maruni's full collection here.
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Monday, May 13, 2013
With ICFF coming up, we have furniture on the mind. So when we found ourselves perusing the website of New York design store Matter, we were excited to come across this piece from designer Harry Allen. Appropriately titled Shed, the armoire "conceptualizes the traditional American vernacular and brings the storage shed indoors, creating a beautiful and functional addition to any home." While it's a little out of our reach at $20,000, we definitely see a future in bringing exterior textures indoors. For more, visit Matter online, or in person at 405 Broome Street.
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Friday, May 10, 2013
Spotted on Remodelista, we're more than a little inspired by designer Suki Vento's remodel of her family's Helsinki home. Loads of clean, simple textures and a double-portion of white make this space a clean by cozy abode. For more, visit Varpunen.
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013
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Monday, May 6, 2013
It's admittedly a little off-topic for us, but we couldn't help but share our love for this series of illustrated greeting cards from Stefi Orazi. Currently part of a give-away by our friends over at Dezeen, each card features a colorful graphic of one of six different buildings by Le Corbusier. The perfect pick-me-up for the architect in your life! Available for purchase at Orazi's online store.
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Thursday, May 2, 2013
We're excited to have just came across this spacious Danish apartment, renovated by interior stylist Emma Persson Lagerberg. We love the weathered charm of the antique pieces paired with the quintessentially Danish minimalism (Ahem...the Persian carpet in the bathroom). Clever task lighting and a seamless Carrera marble counter and backsplash make for an endearingly sparse kitchen. Also, it's for sale. For more, visit Emma Persson Lagerberg. Spotted on Emma's.
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