Tuesday, June 22, 2010
If you visited my booth at Scott's in June, you saw I was obsessed with this grey/brown fabric. Thought I would show you some of my pieces. There is a set of 4 dining chairs on the top and a pair of the bergere style chairs with nailhead trim. Please contact me for pricing on these items. Also the lamp is fabricated from an architectural piece that looked like an old lighting rod from a building in Belguim.
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Things are looking UP . I found this piece in Seattle and loved it. This can be illuminated. Nothing like Letters to enhance a room! Both letters $350.
Industrial Bar Stools – Love these stools and so does everyone else. Have 10 of these - $250 a pair. Sold out very quickly last month so let me know if you want any.
Wire frame light fixtures – These are wonderful over an island or over a table. Linen shades in cream, grey/brown
or COM. Cost $395 each.
Great leather club chair – not vintage but really comfortable - $595.
Ok, I love this chair so much that we have reproduced them in various colors – robin’s nest, fla. keys blue, brown/grey. Can be used indoors or out. Chair $595 without cushions. Custom cushions available.
Front view – think these would be awesome in a channeled cushion. They are hot!
Eames styled chair in orange – sorry for the saran wrap look but just got it and did not want to unwrap it before the show. One of a kind - $750.
Pair of Vermillion chairs (again love that saran wrap) but these are awesome – Pair is $950 without cushions – I have some wonderful vintage fabric with red striping that is wonderful. Cushions are extra.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
I love the bathrooms. These were definitely tired bathrooms so we put beaded board up on walls and in the master on the ceiling as well. I took out the old vanities and pedestal sinks and repurposed a console for the master. A new tub adds "the look" and the mirror over tub is an old window frame that I thought did the job. The guest bath has a vanity made from a steel base and a fossilized coral top with a concrete sink. All of the natural elements come together to make a statement.
All the items are available for purchase so if you see something you like please email me and let me know what you are interested in.
Enjoy the tour!
Thursday, August 27, 2009
An unusual basket that would look fantastic on the wall.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Ok so I don't yet know how to do these blogs very well, but we will just keeping working on it.
This is her living room with two basket hanging fixtures. These were done with a swag since we didn't want to hardwire in an apt. The coffee table is an old train depot cart that was rotting in my husband's warehouse. The orange rolling cart is great with old paint on the top. The couch is from Ikea (about $500). The pillows add alot of color to the room.
Her headboard is an old fence. I love the texture of the wood. I used old shutters to frame the windows and the chests are old metal chests. The black and white photography shows up again above the bed and leaning on the chests. Her lamps are made from old drills and the red just screamed to be in the room with that fence!! My good friend Lindy makes these fabulous lamps.
North Highland Steel Apartment Design
Her apartment was fun to do, low cost and in my opinion looked pretty cool. Many of the items used I have redone for my booth at Scott's.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Vine pendant fixtures
These are the hanging pendant fixtures made from the same vine found in Thailand and Viet Nam. Note this is the same vine as the lamps shown in the prior blog. Hung in pairs or threes or even just as a single this fixture provides a sculptural, graphic feeling in any room. The rope can be customized to any drop and are reasonably priced at $295 each.
I just love these!!