Throwback Thursday: The Spirograph

Seriously, who doesn’t love playing with a spirograph? This geometric drawing toy was created in 1965 by british engineer  Denys Fisher. “Spirograph” has also been applied to the class of curves that can be produced with the drawing equipment, and therefore may be regarded as a synonym of hypotrochoid. When kids say that they hate math, put… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: The Spirograph

Friday’s Find: The Deyesso Chair

The Deyesso Chair is an original design and hand-crafted out of steel and wood. These lines are classic and elegant that add grace to any space. Available in 5 finishes and 5 woods as well as COM (Customer Own Material) fabric to make this the perfect chair for your space. Overall it measures 29″ x… Continue reading Friday’s Find: The Deyesso Chair

The Ultimate Porch Swing

I recently traveled to Nashville with my college friends and attended the Antiques & Garden Show. What a great resource and event! Highly recommended for next year! We found these amazing porch swings that convert to beds. They can be installed inside or out and simply need structural supports to hold the weight. Comfortable and… Continue reading The Ultimate Porch Swing

Susan Siefer Creates Artwork Fabric

Susan Siefer is an amazingly talented artist. She plays with texture, metallics, geometric and organic shapes. Her work is transitional and enlightening. We were able to play with the artwork and create fabric out of it! Where we will land… come find out. Between the horizontal and vertical, the window treatment or pillow or all… Continue reading Susan Siefer Creates Artwork Fabric