Saturday, April 30, 2011

Friday, April 29, 2011

Ruby Beets, Sag Harbor, NY

Some antiques, art, and decorative objects from Sag Harbor's Ruby Beets.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Curtain Call

Two colors of curtain panels look easy breasy.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Painter, Liam Everett

Liam Everett has selected pieces showing at the Paul Kasmin Gallery until May 14th. Everett used salt, alcohol and acrylic on these panels.

Creative, Topher Delaney

Topher Delaney really does it all. You can see below examples of her commissioned landscape works, rope sculpture, collected books assembled for sale like this 16 postcard set featuring the work of Meret Oppenheim, wrapped in an booklet featured an essay by Stuart Morgan and enclosed in a green velvet slipcase, embroidered with gold thread. Also seen below is her large painting, Taiho Rock, Bronze Mailbag, a first edition of Ed Ruscha's self published, 1968 photography book containing rich, humorous color photographs of, as described, nine swimming pools and a broken glass. Also for sale on her site is this sculpture of a Chinese warrior. Read more about Topher and her Seam Studio here.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The Ranch at Live Oaks

The fitness ranch at Live Oaks in Malibu has been covered by many design enthusiasts and I can't help but share it too. The design adds to the serene outcome one hopes for when attending the programs there for wellness. The floors are made of reclaimed painter's scaffolding. Touches of green design can be found all over the property.

Finds at Terrain

I could spend hours shopping at Terrain. This garden and home store is a bit like being in a fairytale.