Because the great pieces at Arhaus makes it almost impossible not to. Arhaus designs their own products to offer unique, high quality, well designed indoor and outdoor home furnishings. They also showcase pieces from recycled natural resources as: recycled copper into tabletops, harvest tree roots transformed into chairs and give new life to forgotten antiques.… Continue reading Why Bother Beautifying Your Home?
Ahead of Bastille Day in France this week the French Institute Alliance Française is celebrating in New York with a street fair showcasing French goods. Food, fashion, jewelry, vacations, wine and more food!
Swim brand Orlebar Brown consistently shows great prints and patterns in neatly tailored pieces for men….seen at Saks Fidth Avenue.
New York artist that uses recycled materials in his work. He is also a designer and graphic artist that does work for major brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, NBA, NFL among others. Featured work: Bullets and Hearts. Bullets, champagne corks and tops, wine corks, newspaper and house paint.
The Astor Chinese Garden Court, Ming dynasty. Medium:Taihu rocks, granite terrace, ceramic tile flooring, roof tiles, and door frames, various woods (nan wood columns, pine beams, gingko latticework), brass fittings. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Chinese word for landscape shanshui literally means “mountains and water” which are both necessary components of these gardens… Continue reading Rock In A Chinese Garden
Flowers aren’t always the center of attention, it’s time for the leaves to show off.
Standing Crowned and Jeweled Buddha, Burma, Pagan period, ca. 13th-early 14th century. Wood with lacquer and gilt. Standing Crowned and Jeweled Buddha, Burma, Pagan period 12th-13th century. Wood with traces of red lacquer, gesso and gold leaf. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.