Saturday, May 29, 2010
I bookmarked this site a while back, I can't remember how I came across it. Tonight I was going through my lengthy list of bookmarks and was surprised at how many good interior shots there are on this site.
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Friday, May 28, 2010
Monday, May 24, 2010
Roman and Williams: Montauk
I came across these photos of Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman and Williams Montauk weekend house on NYTimes.com. I basically stay up on their website just looking at the work they've done over and over and over, so I was excited to see new photos of work I have already seen. Not only is their weekend house incredible but it's in one of my favorite places on earth. Growing up on LI I spent a lot of time out in Montauk. Some of my best childhood memories are of friends and I surfing out in front of the East Deck in at Ditch Plains. Montauk is a special place, it's much more laid back and less pretentious than the Hamptons. It is also less seasonal, with tons of fishermen, mostly Irish immigrants holding down Montauk all year round.
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@ Deck Towel via Identical Eye
I came across these incredible linen towels while reading one of my favorite blogs, Identical Eye. These are a must for the summer. So good for the beach but also thinking they might be perfect for a summer throw for those chillier nights hanging out on the deck.
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Sunday, May 23, 2010
All Together: Kind of Blue
@ Opening Ceremony
Gitman Bros. @ Monocle
@ J Press
via Ready for the House
@ White Flower Farmhouse
@ Heath Ceramics
@ Piet Hein Eek
@ High Street Market (Etsy)
Lately I've been wearing nothing but different shades of blue from head to toe and really attracted to blue home goods.
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Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Factory Tool Co. LTD
Factory Tool Co. LTD is a dope design company from Japan. I'm not usually to into new stuff that's made to look old but these guys do a very nice job. From super nice herringbone floors to interesting signage and windows they seem to be pretty on point.
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