Pa’am in Hebrew means something like “long ago” or “once upon a time”. Studio Pa’am (site is in Hebrew only, unfortunately) is located in Jerusalem and creates wooden furniture and metal decorative objects in a way that looks like you just found it in a barn and yet it’s still in great condition.
The studio is run by a couple whose style is consistent, and while I wouldn’t decorate an entire house with their work, I would love several pieces from their collection.
Like this blue rocking chair. I love the color and the simplicity of the design.
I actually contacted Studio Pa’am in June and asked for pictures (which they sent quickly). It has been sitting in my inbox since. It’s not that I didn’t want to write about them, it’s that I was avoiding renaming the over 80 photos they sent.
The writing on the sign says “No!” in Hebrew. It’s a tad vulgar and a tad funny. I think I like it. I only wish my dog could read…
This would have to be made out of some pretty hardcore wood to not get thrashed in a garden incredibly quickly. I would recommend in a covered area, rather than out as a centerpiece.
I love dish racks. Not so nuts about the animals everywhere, but I like the dish rack. It would look great holding my new glass dishes.
Their style is perfect for a girls bedroom. How sweet is that?
While I’ve focused on Studio Pa’am’s furniture, most of their collection is made up of smaller pieces, like the paper towel holders above.
I don’t really get the milk can holder thing – but I do like the milk bag holder. (In Israel you can buy milk in bags instead of boxes – considerably less waste in our trash dumps.) I wouldn’t mind having the non-chicken one…
I love this. I don’t have a single rolling pin, but if I did I would want them on display like this. Maybe I should buy one… or twenty?
Studio Pa’am’s work is carried in stores around Israel and I’m certain they would ship abroad if anyone was interested.
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