Category Archives: Gardening Posting
The first time a saw that chair (the first picture) I about lost it. You know when an object or art pieces just speaks to you, ya you know what I am taking about. It became my personal mission to find out who design this stunner. A follower on my Pintrest was able to identify the designer as Gianfranco Frattini. Recently I came across the designer that was responsible for using them in one of their projects. Damon Liss has an amazing portfolio full of mid century interiors that are are breath taking.
The Storyteller by Isabel Quiroga is a fascinating piece of furniture, because there is a history behind the wooden material that the piece is composed of. Isabel Quiroga used old pieces of furniture to create a new bookcase that is unique and original. The bookcase is made of used tables that are stacked on top of each other.
The idea of the design is very clever, and suitable for various purposes looking great in stores, homes, and other modern spaces. The design is a great way to fancy up used furniture allowing them to become new once again.
Although the pieces of furniture that makes up the bookcase have an elegant antique appearance, the purple colored surface gives the furniture a fun modern look.
Here are some neat pieces which should easily be neat to have in homes. Tables come in various designs and makes but the Zarevich Table from Adelle-C should certainly stir up some attention and well, conversation for that matter.
Combining contemporary design with organic principles geared towards that comply with the green movement, these modern and attractive new tables should certainly be something the modern day homeowner will truly love.
The height of the table is fully adjustable via a hand pump tucked under the tabletop so you will be able to utilize it for any daily purpose or special occasion.
“I don’t take photos of people’ – that’s what I told them when they asked me to do this photoshoot for the 2014 Master Gardener recruitment campaign here in Portland. And it’s true! I’m happy taking photos of Cabbages, Tomatoes, whole Chard plants and even rows of Peas, but people? Well, I try to keep them out of it, if I can. You see I’m not so confident with portraits and being a bit of a coward I avoid things I’m not good at.
But they worked their magic on me and I said yes. So I turned up with my little bag of lenses (take them all I thought, you never know when you might need a Macro lens for this kind of work!). Of course I don’t own a flash or any lighting gear (Cabbages don’t need fill-in). And I tried to look l
The Residência Bosque da Ribeira by Anastasia Architects gives a whole nother meaning to an open floor plan. When I think of an open floor plan pertaining to a home, I think open spaces and walls of glass. This home opens up vertically creating vertical space allowing for an amazing amount of sunlight. There is enough sunlight in the space to have indoor landscaping. I would have included some water, maybe some Koi.