Matera Armoire by Sean Yoo
Written by Kris on April 18, 2011. Permalink
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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
Written by Kris on April 18, 2011. Permalink
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Written by Katie on March 31, 2011. Permalink
Well, if you are very short on space, this little cabinet will give you the finished look without the legs. It appears to be a complete side table, yet the only three-dimensional part is an open drawer that’s just big enough for a few books. The two-dimensional wall decal creates the illusion.
Designed by Lisbon-based designer Fernando Brízio for Droog.
Written by Katie on March 28, 2011. Permalink
While this is perhaps the most flattering angle, I do have to say this bed looks incredibly appropriate for a modern-yet-affordable sleeping surface. The frame is made from sustainable solid mango wood and features an open headboard where you can put all manner of bedtime accessories (books, alarm clocks, etc.).
Purchase Information:Price: $599.00
Written by Kris on October 13, 2010. Permalink
The designs of Environment Furniture revolve around around the central principal of resurrecting reclaimed woods and textiles into impeccably constructed, clean-lined furniture. While the showroom feels unfussy, the designs themselves are perfectly crafted. The Curve Dresser, made from reclaimed Peroba wood with bronze hand pulls. The pieces are pricy, but they’re so well constructed and designed that they’ll likely never need to replaced.
Purchase Information:Price: $2,995.00
Written by Katie on September 7, 2010. Permalink
For you Canadian folks, here’s a nice white dresser with a mid century vibe. Crafted of matte-lacquered MDF, it has three self-close drawers and tapered legs. If you’re not in Canada, you might have to do some serious cajoling to get it shipped to your home… good luck if that’s your plan.
Purchase Information:Price: $999.00
Written by Katie on August 16, 2010. Permalink
If you’re lucky enough to not bat an eyelid at the price of this Nap Sleeping Bag, good for you. For the rest of us, we’ll take note of the wonderful idea of having a sleeping bag specifically for taking naps or picnicking on, especially one with stripes and plaids such as this one, and file it away for a future DIY project.
Purchase Information:Price: $1,600.00
Written by Katie on August 13, 2010. Permalink
If you’re looking to add some new textiles to your home, FunQuilts has a nice selection of modern designs to choose from. Whether you’re wanting a smaller wall hanging (38″ x 46″) or a quilt big enough for a bed, know that they’ve got several sizes to fit and even a custom order option should you need it. Also, be sure to note their smaller reversible 30″ x 40″ Many Hands Blankies ($75.00, shown below) made by developmentally disabled adults.
Shown: Sparkler Quilt, $1,900.00 – $5,600.00
More quilts below.
Written by Katie on June 23, 2010. Permalink
Looks like a nice canopy bed for a bedroom, right? Well, get this, it can also double as an outdoor cabana near the poolside. Not that you would move it back and forth or anything, but it’s nice to know it would stand up to the elements with no problem. And what does PCH stand for? The Pacific Coast Highway in California, of course.
Designed by Bernard Brucha for MASH Studios
Made from plantation grown, grade-A teak and coated with a natural, nontoxic oil finish.
96 L x 74 W x 84 H
Purchase Information:Price: $4,400.00
Written by Katie on May 25, 2010. Permalink
While we’re all waiting for Blu Dot’s new collection to hit stores, let’s take a look at this dark beauty. The graphite stain on oak is lovely, and as is the case with most of Blu Dot’s items, the clean lines will make you happy for years to come.
Also available in rift-sawn white oak.
27h x 84w x 21d
Purchase Information:Price: $1,999.00
Written by Katie on December 3, 2009. Permalink
Modular systems can offer much needed versatility to your home, and this system does so with a distinct mid century flair. A half drawer unit plus half seat (not shown) would be ultra handy in a entryway, and the look of the two-2 drawer units on a double base (shown at top) could look very nice as a bedroom dresser or console. The only drawback is it can get a bit pricey when you start adding up the costs.
White or Ebony.
Single base (26″ wide x 17″ deep x 9″ high): $195.00
Double base (59″ wide x 17″ deep x 9″ high): $395.00
2 Drawer Unit (32.5″ wide x 17″ deep x 15.5″ high): $800.00
Tray unit: $150.00
Tray Seat Cushion: $195.00
Purchase Information:Price: $995.00
Written by Katie on September 23, 2009. Permalink
Efficient minimalism, indeed. Made entirely of multi-ply bent laminated wood, this bed is just about as structurally sound as you can get with this sort of craftsmanship (while keeping the design aesthetic, of course). The smooth curves do echo Alpine sports, but I’d say it’s more reminiscent of a mid century design classic than ski equipment.
The frame is the first to be built almost entirely of bentwood, giving it both fluidity and strength. The bed was inspired by alpine sports like skiing and toboganning, where strength, lightness and a strong graceful structure are crucial. As in the aesthetic of Alpine sports, the Alpine Series bed embodies efficient minimalism and craftsmanship. It’s one and an eighth inch bentwood structure is engineered to last for generations. –modernica.net
Designer: Jay Novak
Materials: Multi-Ply Bentwood Walnut
Dimensions: 63″W x 86″L x 36″H
Queen: $2,895.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $2,895.00
Written by Katie on September 11, 2009. Permalink
Which pillow would you rather sleep on?
“Here you will dream of endless kissing” and “Here you will dream of people you admire exposing your fraudulence” pillowcase set. The wondrous and wonderful Miranda July, a stunning new voice in, well, film, art, performance, literature…While she is finding it difficult or rather unnecessary to confine herself to a single genre, her work is instantly recognizable by an unmistakable charm and humor that can inject the everyday with a surprising magic.
Third Drawer Down, 2009, edition of 1000, 100% cotton.
$75.00, Buy it here.
$65.00 AUD, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $75.00
Written by Katie on August 17, 2009. Permalink
Holy, check out the savings on some of DwellStudio’s recent collections. FYI, the sale is through Gilt Groupe’s invite-only site…items sell out pretty quick.
Collage Duvet Set,
Color Field Pillow,
Marguerite Cobalt Pillow,
Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $45.00