Furniture Finery

 Blik and Studio Jan Habraken bring you striking life-sized, furniture silhouettes and flourish for your chair backs. A unforgettable statement from the ever-clever folks at Blik.


July 17, 2008 at 7:30 pm Leave a comment

Light Up the Night

Serralunga has an entire line of outdoor lights and lighted pots that bring a whole new dimension to the “outdoor room”. Designed by Marc Sadler,  Lady Jane and Miss Jane are made from engraved lacquer. Pieces from the collection include swinging arm lamps, standard lamps and light pots. Miss Jane (seen here) stands about 5 feet tall and is available in three colors with 5 lacquer color options.

July 11, 2008 at 2:31 am 1 comment

Eames Hang It All

Charles and Ray Eames designed the Hang it All in 1953 for Tigrett Enterprises Playhouse Division. It almost seems a shame to cover it up – it is more like a piece of sculpture. Believe it or not, it is only about $150 for this beautiful little piece of modern design history.

July 9, 2008 at 8:33 pm 2 comments

New Zealand Wool Berber Rug

Viesso –  a Los Angeles modern contemporary custom furniture manufacturer and showroom has introduced new area rugs that are hand woven of a special thick fiber dyed yarn. The rugs are available in 9 standard sizes and custom sizes as well. They are priced from $450. The yarn is super thick and plush and is available in 6 colors including brown, dark grey, white, putty, red and coco.

July 9, 2008 at 8:27 pm Leave a comment

Modern Kids – Twin Bed Dilema Solved

Finding a simple kids twin bed that isn’t Ikea is not so easy. Cube Crash from duc duc is great. The frame is wood with a lacquered finish. There are optional head and sideboards that can turn the piece into a great little daybed. Used here with a corner table. These pieces can help you make the most of your child’s room.

May 14, 2008 at 9:10 pm 1 comment

Reclaimed Wood


A simple fallen log really isn’t… all that time and history wrapped up as only nature can. Though there are many options for green or sustainable furniture out there, not much is as appealing as the real thing. This piece, and others like it, are pieces of reclaimed wood , taken from the forest floor and repurposed as a small table or bench.

May 9, 2008 at 8:22 pm Leave a comment

Paco Capdell Eboli Dining Chair

Borrowing from the past is nothing new – doing it well is always cause for celebration. Vicente Soto borrowed design elements from the 18th century to create Eboli Dining Chair for Paco Capdell, Spain. The oval back juxtaposed against the angular seat and arms creates a modern, geometric dining chair. At approximately 20″ wide and deep, Eboli is on the petite side, something I really love in a dining chair.



May 7, 2008 at 9:00 pm Leave a comment

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