Thursday, April 30, 2009

Erin McIntosh

A good friend whose new work I can't stop looking at. She is out of Athens, GA (hopefully it will be uploaded to her website soon...

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Monday, April 27, 2009

Custom Weave

Above are selected images from her catalog.
The most perfect custom woven linens I have ever seen! View her website: Chiarastella Cattana


colors together

Patterns hand-block printed with metallic pigments on linen, silk, or velvet.


I got to visit some Morandi's at an exhibit in the Phillips Collection this past February.. some of his other pieces

Friday, April 24, 2009

3 forests

Cassander Eeftink Schattenkerk
Laurie Sermos
Susan Ludwig

Charles Clifford & Giorgio Morandi


Bridge and Chapel. Martorell Spain. Clifford

Cressida Campbell

Monday, April 13, 2009

pretty emblems

A linen fragment at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Artwork displayed in an interior designed by Steven Knollenburg

Gold leaf on paper: 'Law and Gospel' by artist Sandra Bowden

Wednesday, April 8, 2009


as an altar

These are made by Guido Toschi Marazzani Visconti & Co.
Of course I was about to lose it when I saw these.

Brion Vega Cemetery

Carlos Scarpa's Brion Vega Cemetery. These images came from a spread in Wallpaper Magazine- including great shots of his details that I had not seen in more widely published books.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Fan + Clock

First saw this manual powered fan at Spazio Rossana Orlandi
Kessel & Granger "movement, time, and weight"

this uses clock hands to spells out the time. By Christian Postma

Friday, April 3, 2009


peppermint stripe curtains and matching wallcovering

Edge detail on the marble countertop

Ok, I'm posting too many shots of interiors here, but I need to put these up regardless because it is finally sunny outside and these are equally as lovely as the weather


The desk at the end of the bed and the obelisk book shelves. Miles Redd
I don't know if these curtains are patchwork, or if a repeat this large actually exists, but its pretty nice... also her arrangement of the little collection lined up on the window sill ( whatever it is I can't tell.) Muriel Brandolini. Also her work below:
Side by side sofa's and the large pattern on the rug. Lucite tables let you see it
Again, the pattern on the rug.

Work I like from other designers