Industrial Design is quite in demand now a days and it’s slowly reaching our necks, literally. In more gorgeous ways than one, though. Lovely necklaces by Nektar De Stagni.
The Kitchen of this week is a no brainer. It only needs a quick glance to love it; designed by Celerie Kemble, it has a modest-glam meets bare-foot-beach-walk feel. The distressed wood of the island paired with the brass of the hardware and faucets raise my heart beat a notch.
I’ll take off to enjoy a very rainy weekend, from what it seems. Have a great weekend everyone!
I almost forgot to take before pictures of our little one’s bathroom, but this is how it looked during midst of demolition, after removing the floor tiles some of the walls and the pedestal sink. At that point my light bulb went on and I finally took one picture. We gutted it down to its bone and re-configured the water pipes in order to install a pedestal tub. I wanted to create a more of a nautical/bohemian/young atmosphere with some traditional reference.
I’m more than exited to attend The Young Collectors Night this Thursday. Hosted by East Side House Settlement and sponsored by New York Magazine, Benjamine Moore, and Elie Tahari, the exiting evening will attract a very interesting crowd of young collectors, philanthropists, design aficionados and, needless to say, antique enthusiasts. The high-energy evening will offer the attendees a private view of the world’s most prestigious antiques shows “renowned for its unparalleled showcase of American, English, European, and Asian fine and decorative arts dating from antiquity through the 1960’s.”
Guests will also have to opportunity to meet some of the country’s most prestigious designers at the “Meet the Designers” reception which will be led by the multitasking and extremely nice person Wendy Goodman, Design Editor of New York magazine. “Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the East Side House Settlement, a leading social services agency that serves young people and families in the South Bronx and surroundings communities”.
I wish I had seen Tabitha Simmons’s Manhattan home last week. Her rooftop, designed by Landscape Designer Miranda Brooks, would’ve been a perfect fit for last weeks post about New York City amazing outdoor spaces. The Architect Annabelle Selldorf converted what was an 1850’s apartment building in Chelsea into a serene 5-story home for Tabitha, her husband and their two sons. to read more about visit Vogue.
The back wall of the house was replaced by huge paned-glass doors and windows that make the space a lot bigger and taller.