My Bedside Chair
This certainly would have been great when I lived in New York! You see, my furniture comprised of hand-me-downs, make-shift tables and “finds” off the street. (On the streets of New York City, one man’s trash really is another man’s treasure) And, my nightstand at one point really was a chair. Though it was one of those old metal folding chairs. So, this would have been perfect.
An Eye for Ikea
Earlier this week, I took a trip to the great homecenter in Israel; as with all trips I take, I brought along my trusty Nikon, here’s a different view of Ikea:
Frank Lloyd Wright – Ennis House
Sitting on half an acre of land and at 6,000 square feet in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California (Hollywood Hills), the Ennis House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923 for Charled and Mabel Ennis.
Nachalat Binyamin in Color
I went to Nachalat Binyamin in Tel Aviv today. It is a pedestrian mall and on Fridays artists set up booths to sell their wares. It is kind of like a Middle Eastern Portobello Road market. Here are some photos from my trip:
Savoye Table by dag-designlab
Now, this to me is all sorts of amazing. Not only is at an homage the iconic Villa Savoye by one of my favorite Modernist architects, Le Corbusier, it is also the product of two of Israel’s very own designers. Made from wood veneer plate with steel legs, the Savoye Table is the creation of dag-designlab‘s Liran Elbaz and Tal Mor.
Catch the Sunlight in a Jar
These clever UK designers have created and eco-friendly Mason jar that will store the sunlight during the day and shine at night!
Inside Out Chairs
Check out these two-in-one chairs by Mexican designer, Alberto Villarreal.
Ergonomically Elegant Kitchen
I recently had a health issue come up regarding my arm and neck. So, it got me thinking, most of us are aware of methods to make our computer use and office more ergonomically sound, such as wrist supports by our keyboards, or adjusting one’s monitor at eye level. What about in the kitchen?
Ferm Living Wall Stickers
Want to add a little something extra to your walls without investing the time, energy and money into wallpapering the whole room, or even one wall?