Need We Say More? Posts

Need We Say More? The Petite Vertigo Pendant

 

Grand lighting can be the final accessory needed to bring life into a space, just like a necklace, bag or even a hat!

This show-stopping pendant by Constance Guisset is reminiscent of Kentucky Derby hats in all the best ways. It is oversized, feminine and just pretentious enough. We’re in love with the whimsical silhouette, clean lines and mesmerizing shadows that it casts.

Photo by Domino https://domino.com/modern-neutral-hollywood-home-tour

A conversation piece for any space, best served with good friends and a mint julep.

A Lesson in Versatility: The Windsor Chair.

By: Danielle Clockel

The Windsor chair is a timeless classic originating in 17th or 18th century England (its exact birth is a bit of a mystery). Rather than being limited by the trademark simple-yet-sturdy spokes, the chair’s design provides a canvas for a multitude of styles ranging from traditional to modern. Here’s some of our favorites:

A. Comb back Windsor chair from Hive Modern.
B. Round back Windsor chair from Matthew Hilton.
C. Windsor loveseat bench from Palette and Parlor.
D. Windsor lounge chair from Moving Mountains.
E. Windsor arm chair from Palecek.
F. Curved Windsor chair from Room and Board.

Consider incorporating an incarnation of the classic Windsor chair into your own home for a curated, collected look that transcends trends.

Need We Say More: Steamy Shower Goodness

By Melody RichardsonThis is the steamy outdoor shower of our dreams! This outdoor oasis is a part of the aptly named Woodman’s Treehouse featured by Dwell Magazine. We could certainly imagine ourselves freshening up and getting close to nature in this gorgeous space. Couldn’t you?

Pop Art Perfection: The Wrongwoods Console

By: Danielle Clockel

Does art imitate life, or does life imitate art? That is the question. As designers, we think the latter is more fun. For example:

Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein, a hugely influential artist in the 1960’s pop art movement, was heavily inspired by commercial advertising and comic book graphics. His style is instantly recognizable by his use of bold, thick lines and bright color.

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First of all, how incredible is this faux bois Wrongwoods console? Designed by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong (hence the name), the graphic nature of the finish, eye-catching colors, and mid century modern shape harkens to pop art like Lichtenstein’s. It’s like one of his paintings came to life!

Incorporating art into your home is something we hold in very high regard and try to implement in all of our projects. This piece takes that concept to a whole new level, and we love it!

Need We Say More? Tamera Maynes Chair

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We love the organic simplistic shape of this piece by Tamera Maynes, in her book The Maker. Who makes wood bend like that?! We could certainly imagine ourselves sitting back and enjoying a nice cup of tea in this gorgeous chair.