The pieces are developed using soft and nice balls that form organic geometry and offer room to sink into and relax completely. The chairs, the sofas and the benches do not compromise comfort in favor of a contemporary design. On the contrary, they create a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere, still embracing the features of a modern interior décor. In addition, all designs bring a breath of fresh air into any home, creating a space that is cozy and warm. You can sit back and relax in style and comfort while enjoying these items that brighten and bring life to any living décor.
This Tryptych Stacks light by Esther Patterson for Curiousa & Curiousa are an explosion of colored glass baubles that will light up your room! A ‘triptych” is a work of art that is split into three pieces – usually panels but in this case, glass shapes. The designer’s inspiration was Asian and Moroccan finials and spheres – and the chandeliers manage to look both Asian and Moroccan at the same time. But they are made in Derbyshire, England! Free-blown glass pieces mingle with dark walnut disks to give us different textures. And just imagine the muted colored light that these chandeliers will cast! And the beauty of the hand blown pieces is that no two will be exactly the same. Each lamp is made to order and you can get glass samples ahead of time to make your selection. And you’ll be in good company. Patterson’s glass chandeliers hang in such prestigious spots as Jamie Oliver restaurants and Harvey Nicols Fifth Floor Cafe in London.
Posted in Chandeliers on December 10, 2013 7:34 AM
We don’t do traditional gift guides here on Design Milk because everyone does them; we like to be different. A few years back, we did staff wishlists and once again we thought it would be fun to continue this new tradition and ask each current contributor what was on their wishlist this holiday season. So, for the next two weeks we’re featuring staff wishlists — see them all here. Here are some items on Jaime’s wishlist:
Hey guys. I was super excited to put together this list because running a design blog makes it really hard not to have the world’s longest wishlist. I’ve tried to edit it down to the most practical and realistic items, but maybe some day someone will buy me this house.
1. Cuisinart Food Processor
I need a food processor desperately so I can pretend that I use it.