Spaces: Berlin

The lovely home of Ines Colmorgen and Andre Wyst of Berlin. Cats, suspension lamps, and tiled hallways for bicycles. Did you see that craft room? All photographs via Freunde von Freunden. Advertisements

Alexander Calder

I recently picked up a little pocket art book from Spectator Books on Piedmont Ave; $4.00 for 32 lovely color plates of Alexander Calder’s work. I’ll have to save up a little more than that to get ‘Calder at Home: The Joyous Environment of Alexander Calder’ but it looks like it would be worth it. … Continue reading

Black and White and Red all over

Someone very near and very dear to TOA has recently been putting the final touches on their kitchen renovation and tomorrow would have been the lovely Julia Child’s 98th birthday. I’m embarrassed to say that I’ve only reach page 128 in ‘My Life in France’; my summer reading list is a shambles. On Thursday I … Continue reading

Covet: Lighting Edition

Hand-coiled Measuring Tape Lamps from artist/designer Chrissy Angliker. Perfect illumination for a craft room, wouldn’t you say?

Couch…Ouch

My living room is pretty much set up excepting a little art that needs to be hung and a lamp for reading on the couch. Oh, and speaking of the couch. Take a look. It looks like a craigslist posting for something free as long as you come to take it away. It looks horrible. … Continue reading

Spaces: Brooklyn

Brooklyn home of Lyndsay Caleo & Fitzhugh Karol. All photographs via The Selby.

ISOSCELES, EQUILATERAL, SCALENE II

photos 1-3: Modified Scenes from my Childhood series. Artwork by Morgan Blair. photo 4: Triangle necklace. photo 5: Laura Lombardi’s beautiful jewelry. photo 6: Necklace from Little O by Wolfbrother. photos 7-9: Work by Kevin Appel. Gouache, pencil, and collage on archival pigment print. photo 10: Lovely tea towels from Bookhou. photo 11: Possibly the … Continue reading

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