Presenting Daphne Olive
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Daphne Olive jewelry styled by Furniturea
In case the fact that Thanksgiving is next week is startling to you, too, let's all just take a moment to acknowledge that the gift season is fast approaching. For some, this season is met with dread and agitation. For others, it's magical and heart-warming - the time of year that you (?) look forward to above all other times. Whether you fall... Read More >>
Monday, September 22, 2014
Slag tabletop series by David Taylor via Design Milk
Based in Stockholm, Sweden, "craftsman extraordinaire" David Taylor is exactly the type of designer/maker we'd like to have represented here at 75 Market Street. His tabletop and lighting collections are exquisitely odd, and somehow manage to show equal parts restraint and exuberance. "Slag" is a new body of work from Taylor, but it fits... Read More >>
Another Hedge
Monday, September 22, 2014
Hedge planters from via Design Milk
Introducing another Hedge inspired product, this time from Hedge Outdoor, a start-up in Los Angeles. Hedge planters are graphic, geometric and colorful - and feature a number shades that are very Furniturea (Yellow 12, Orange 4, Purple 4...) Hedge's wall mounted and hanging planters are structured for sure, but not rigid in feel. They're... Read More >>
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Metallic linen Throwbed by Hedgehouse via Remodelista
With a stretch of late summer, early autumn days ahead, it can't hurt to plan a hot sun/cool air snooze before the weather really starts to turn... These simple - and simply inviting - Throwbeds from Hedgehouse are ideal resting places. Lightweight and portable, you can follow the sun all afternoon to achieve optimal warmth and rest.... Read More >>
Small(ish) Statements
Monday, June 23, 2014
The Oon Power Outlet by Okum via Remodelista
In designing a house, a room, an entry, a corner, we tend to focus on the big stuff. On the statement we're trying to make or the aesthetic we're trying to render. See here? This is who we are! Authentic style is, for better or worse, accumulative rather than sudden. It's not defined be the perfect dining table or on-trend credenza. It's acquired... Read More >>