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Bohemian Finds : Tramp Cupboard

Above: A Circa 1890-1900 carved wood Tramp Art cupboard with an apex top and diamond patterned motif. For purchasing info, please email me here. ___ When shopping for clients, I often am looking for furniture pieces  with unique shapes and … Continue reading

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Rare & Beautiful : Cabinet-Vitrine

Cabinet-Vitrine 1899: A masterfully carved wood Art Nouveau style cabinet designed by the Belgian architect and furniture designer Gustave Serrurier-Bovy. Currently this on display at the MET in gallery 556. Copyright © 2000–2011 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. All rights … Continue reading

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Bohemian Finds : The Voronoi Shelf

Voronoi Shelf, 2007: made of white carrara marble and designed by Australian born designer Marc Newson. ___ Currently I am working on the design of some lighting fixtures that are made of marble and when I found this carrara marble … Continue reading

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Student Power : The Brooklyn 9

The Brooklyn 9 Dresser : Designed by my very talented and super good friend Elizabeth Kottakis. ___ Inspired by the controversial Bond No. 9 Brooklyn perfume bottle, this is yet another graffiti piece that because of its overall white frame … Continue reading

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Rad Choices : Open Shelving

Although hardly do I ever like open shelving here are some rad designs I found today while looking for storage units for my own new apartment. If only the rain would let up so I can carry all of my … Continue reading

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Ingenuity : Paper Clip Cubism

Ikea recently posted this clever, tribute to cubism storage solution on their Swedish design blog. Combine several of their PRÄNT boxes, paint the inside of a few with your favorite colors (they used bright pastels) and join them together using … Continue reading

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