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(Source: tamsinjohnson)

I am happy to be back to my blog (August totally disappearing due to

laptop collapse) with a new HDD up and running!  Here is a great

example for hanging multiple prints/paintings. which is always a

challenge.  This can very inspirational if  you are a collector of special

pieces of framed art, but are in a quandary as to how to display them

tastefully.   Your collection will not look exactly like this, but it will

definitely show your own personality! I, myself, am faced with this

problem, being one of those with an art ‘stash’ which I have recently

perused!

Happy Hanging!

Tea Time

What’s not to like about this spot? Waking up to this in the morning or coming home at night to have a spot of tea would be quite pleasant! The white is fresh, simple and appealing.

Source: frenchbydesign.blogspot.com

Asher Israelow and Jamie Goldenberg are a creative couple based in New York City’s West Village. Asher is an architectural and furniture designer working out of Red Hook, Brooklyn, and Jamie is a photo editor for Bloomberg’s Businessweek. Their home is a collection of objects, both handmade and admired. They have many designer and artist friends, so most of their furniture, ceramics, lighting and artwork have a personal history. Thanks, Asher and Jamie, and thanks to Chris Sanders for the great images!— Anne

We love having friends over for meals, so a big dining table is necessary. The chairs are my all-time favorites, designed by Charlotte Perriand for Les Arcs ski lodge. On the back wall is a painting by James Cogbill, a school friend and fellow collaborator.

Source: designsponge.com

 

 

Grid – Designed by Komplot for Nola.

This chair makes a statement where a little ‘wow’ is needed.   It doubles up as a functional piece and sculptural form.

 

Books, Books...Design

Love the large print on the wall…
Love the focus on books, a reader’s space!