Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Friday, March 20, 2009
This bookmark is a reproduction of the Frank Lloyd Wright's leaded glass windows designed for the Avery Coonley Playhouse and for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo
The combination of the various geometrical shapes along with the inclusion of the bright colors works harmoniously together.
I love the attached gold tassel.
If you are sick and tired of the plain old kleenex cardboard boxes, use this innovative tissue holder. All you have to do is remove the tissues and place the ring on top of the stack of tissues.
This is a perfect addition to your office. Create a display out of your office mess!
Holds paper, clips, photos, keys etc.
Designed by Barbara Flanagan for MoMA.
Product Description from the MoMA Store:
"The Cable Turtle conceals up to 36” of excess cords and wires, and is ideal for telephone and electrical cords, iPod chargers, speakers, and more. Set of two."
Aren't these cool?
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Here are some:
These striking and glamorous tall curtains made of Metallic mesh by Whiting & Davis are so chic and uber cool. It is an Urbanite's dream come true drapery. If I was residing in a loft or an industrial like building, this chic drapery would be my absolute buy!
These draperies are super freakin flam!
(2) Zafir Gold Mesh 15-Light Halogen Pendant Chandelier
The shade has a delicate tissue paper like design. Fifteen lights shine through the gold mesh giving it a gracious look.
Designed by Harry Bertoia
Available at Knoll
I love the delicate interwoven metallic back of this chair. It looks very lightweight, airy and would be a great addition to a contemporary interior space.
(4) Gold Mesh Sofa by Russell Woodard.
Similar pieces can be found at 1stdibbs.com
(5) Ellie Shoes Women's 609-LIZ 6" Stiletto Heel Mule w/2" platform and Metallic Mesh
Friday, March 13, 2009
By Al & Jo: Mondrian inspired Classic Piet Cabinet Collection
I love this CB2's media cabinet. It looks so light and airy.
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Friday, March 6, 2009
The Article is a must-read.
Here are some photos from the Slideshow:
She constructed her own handmade bidon lamps. (bidón = jerry can or container;) She picked up a few from the streets, and fitted them with compact fluorescent bulbs and PVC-free wiring.
The DIY instructions can be found in her blog: Click Here
She added castors to the antique drawers found on the street.
Compost for her Herb Garden:
"On the terrace, worms quietly gnaw through her kitchen scraps, making compost for her herb garden." -- NY Times
A planter made from an old tire
These Collapsible felt storage containers are called Stuff Bumps.
They are are made from recycled wool and card stock.
Carbon Free Moving
Ms. Scholtus used the truck-bike to move her furniture. Luckily she had none at that point of time.
I am so inspired by her going green motives. We all can do a little to save our environment. Start off by getting rid of plastics when you shop, do groceries etc. Take your own shopping bag. Try to recycle. I feel stricter laws should be enacted for recycling in the United States.
We all are responsible for making our Earth a better livable place for our future generation.