August 25, 2012 § 1 Comment
Died and gone to heaven. Me.
I love, love, LOVE the hex tile under the dining set and how it blends into the plank wood flooring… brilliant in every way. Size. Colour. Application. LOVE.
Those wall mounted ‘stick men’ light fixtures, standing like soldiers in the hallway, a great way to make that wall a feature. Sometimes, all it takes is simplicity and repetition to make a statement.
The shower… oh boy… the shower. Those blackened tiles, deep and dark, offset by intricately patterned black and white floor tiles that extend out from the shower, underneath the vanity and freestanding blackened tub, melding it all together. So fabulous – did I mention ‘heaven’??
July 4, 2012 § Leave a comment
The Bent Arm Workstead wall sconce can be repositioned… I love that.
It comes in sizes S, M, and L… I’m mad about that.
Choose from black, blue and red… I’m crushing on that.
In the end… I just WANT that.
June 13, 2012 § 2 Comments
Here’s just a glimpse of what I want… so many options to pick from: floor lamps to wall sconces to ceiling fixtures. Not to mention multiple heads, articulating arms BUT always that black, matte finish.
Seriously… Serge Mouille light fixtures are my ‘always want’!
April 24, 2012 § 11 Comments
Organic shapes made from hand-blown glass, strung together with elements of bronze, brass or nickel… Lindsey Adelman‘s light fixtures are considered more starlight than lamplight. Meaning… they’re very special.
Bunches of grapes where the seeds are the bulb filaments. Batons of lights twirling en masse. Melting vessels captured by paperclips. These are just my Rorschach impressions. But that’s what art is supposed to allow… your own impression and perception.
The bonus: they beautifully light up a room too!
I can’t wait to hear what your impressions are… Do you see what I see?