Posts tagged ‘clean’

March 4th, 2011

“Dipped”

Whether an item is “dipped” in chocolate, paint or gold – there is just something fabulous about the juxtaposition between finish and materiality.

This image, from the late great Domino Magazine, is one of the first times I realized my fascination with the “dipped look”.  The photo features the white/natural Czech side chair looking clean and modern yet warm and reminiscent…GORGEOUS!

Here are a few of my favorite dipped looks:

1.  White Dipped Spoons

2.  Superior Servers

3.  3 Chefs Kitchen Utensils

4.  Chocolate Dipped Pear

5.  Dip Dyed Baskets

6.  Dipped Coiled Necklace

7.  Jack Spade Dipped Coal Bag

8.  Miix Spoon Set

9.  Midas Collection

July 8th, 2010

Round Dining Table Search

We fell in love with this table for a client recently…but unfortunately we would have to arrange shipping from England in order to get it.  The very clean and classic design is perfect for the Modern Natural look we are going for but as so often happens in the design world (based on price, lead time, or source) we are forced to look for a plan B.

Here are a few other options…

1.  Sunfish Table

2.  018 Atlantico Round Table

3.  Prouvé Guéridon Table

4.  Teepee Table

5.  Cherner Round Table

June 3rd, 2010

Trend – Round Mirrors

If there is one thing I have a design weakness for it is hardware.  For me it is all in the details!  You’ll see a wide range of hardware especially in things inspired by equestrian and nautical design.

There seems to be a current interest in playing up hardware on the mirror.  I’m not complaining…I love it!

This is a new product from Restoration Hardware and it is a fairly common form…but they’ve introduced the rope hanger.  The rope lends a somewhat casual air to the design but the large scale (about 3 ft diameter) packs a punch.


I hope you’ll enjoy these various interpretations as much as I do.

1. Arteriors 2. Jamie Young 3. BDDW 4. BDDW detail   5.  Casa Midy 6. Conde House

←I dont know if this is the original inspiration for all of these mirrors but it must at least be an influence.  This is Jacques Adnet’s mirror designed for Hermes during the mid century.  Many of his pieces show a specific interest in using hardware, leather, and a juxtaposition of hard and soft lines.  If you’re interested in seeing more of his work you can learn more here

May 6th, 2010

Clean & Modern vs. Town & Country

May 5th, 2010

More photo shoot…

Benjamin Moore colors Horizon, Grey Owl, and Sea Haze play off of the various warm grey tones in the Calcutta marble.  Unfortunately we didn’t have the best lighting for the shoot…but that didn’t stop us from trying!

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