The weekend is here. It was such a long/short, slow/fast week. Ever have those? I leave you with some snapshots by Josefin Hååg. Gorgeous.
Wow, guys. I am totally loving Ferm Living's new Spring/Summer 2013 collection. It's incredibly playful, casual and lighthearted. I especially think the the new Half Moon pattern is a charmer which is available on a bunch of different objects (shower curtains, pillows & trays). This is my favorite collection yet!
The full collection will be on House&Hold next week for pre-orders and will start shipping this Spring -- so today... all you get is a peak!
Shop Ferm Living.
My friend Jennifer Hagler has an intriguing home. If you follow her on Instragram you've surely noticed that her interiors are ever-changing as she creates new vignettes and cleaver compostions with an unexpected grouping of objects. Often.
She just does it. Maybe a tad intense, all the object shifting & such but I totally admire her thoughtfulness in creating a home that is truly enjoyable. Edgy & well edited... but in a livable sort of way.
Images via Jennifer's blog, A Merry Mishap.
A concrete desk set? Really, pretty much amazing-ness.
Concrete is hot and this desk set by Magnus Pettersen is all the rage. You should probably add it to you wish list....
If you want to go solo, the tape dispenser is available by itself, here.
Shop it here.
I'm totally loving the beautiful Trianon pendants . It reminds me of a doily but in a modern & clever sort of way. I also think the volume of space they take up is fantastic.
I'm always interested to see what Dwellstudio's new patterns will be and am excited to see more youthful, vibrant designs in their Fall 2012 collection!
Two standouts are Painted Chevron Ink and Barrow French Gray (both pictured above) which are graphic and fresh. For something even more simple, the new Modern Border collection is lovely, available in ink, citrine and tangerine. Which one is your favorite?
To see the new collection, go here.
Kalon Studios is a talented furniture design studio that is well known for their incredible & eco-friendly nursery furniture. But did you know that Kalon has dining furniture as well?
True! I adore the shape & space the Isometric Table's legs create and the Isometric Chair is such a graceful compliment. The table is available in several different lengths to accommodate your crew - seats from 4 to 10 people.
Shop & be inspired by Kalon Studios!
Oh geez! Eastvold recently sent over new lifestyle photos of a few of their tables. Amazingly awesomeness, right? If you have a thing for solid walnut you'll pretty much want to marry both of these coffee tables. Today.
Take a peek at the rest of the new Eastvold lifestyle images, here!
It's been a good week - new Eastvold pieces in the shop! Hooray!
Eastvold has made some updates to their current furniture collections as well as introduce a couple new pieces for 2012! The Elko Credenza now has a little sister: the Small Elko, as well as the Classic Side Table (available in 2 heights -- night stand perfection!?).
Oh, you know I totally have an empty spot next to my bed for one of those side tables!
We are so very excited and honored to partner with Modernica, manufacturer of the Case Study Fiberglass Shell Chairs originally designed by Charles Eames.
With the original Eames designs, using authentic materials and traditional Eames methods each Fiberglass Shell Chair is made by hand by Modernica, the same way it was first manufactured and remains made locally in Los Angeles, CA.
And while the Herman Miller chairs look similar, the only legit aspect of the official Eames Shell Chairs that are manufactured (in plastic, yikes!) is the name "Eames". The name! Herman Miller does not follow the exact profile design of the base as designed by Charles Eames (as shown in the image above) but adds a whopping 5.5" to the Case Study Eiffel base! That's crazy, right? Read more, here.
Modernica, however has remained true in their production of the modern Case Study Shell Chairs and is the only manufacturer to do so in fiberglass. And their process is fascinating! You can view an amazing video which gives a candid glimpse into the manufacturing process. Such amazing details go into the production, just as the Eames' intended. Modernica also utilizes all of the original presses and specialized equipment obtained from Century Plastics, the first manufacturer of the Eames Case Study Shell Chairs in the 50's.