Ah, the wishbone chair. Otherwise known as the Y chair or the CH24 chair. This was designed by Hans Wegner in 1950 and is one of his most popular pieces. I love it's Scandinavian organic simplicity. My favourite is this chair paired with an old harvest table. OH YEAH. A bit of Wishbone chair porn for your enjoyment.
"When I started Kathryn Waltzer Interior Design it was with the philosophy of individual design for individual, 'out of the box' people. I am inspired by clients who are interested in pushing the envelope and working with visually exciting ideas .... What's most gratifying about my work is when, after a job is completed, a client tells me how their new kitchen, master bedroom, or family room has changed how they use their home - literally how they live." I couldn't put it better. This is the work of Kathryn Waltzer. Enjoy!
I haven't done a post of black and white interiors in a while, and as a result I needed a fix of my two favourite colours (ok, pink is up there too).
We have only been blogging for 6 months and look at the monster we have created!!! Kim wanted to celebrate with a photo of a naked man jumping out of a birthday cake. This is the best I could find. Thanks to all of you, our readers. We are having so much fun we'd do this just for ourselves but doing it for you guys is even more special.
We'll be doing some house keeping in the next couple of weeks. High on our priorities is updating our blog roll. We know there are lots of wonderful blogs out there in the blogosphere that we haven't included. Here's your chance to let us know about your blog. Email us with your link , we'll take a look and if we think we'll make a beautiful couple we'll swap links. Remember we are looking for interior design/house/decor orientated blogs.
Once again thanks for all your wonderful support over the last hectic but rewarding 6 months. I bought the cake so drinks are on Kim!
I love the work of San Francisco based Melander Architects. Whether modern, regional vernacular, adaptive re-use or historic conservation they believe that their most important skill is their ability to listen. The design process is a dialogue between client and architect.