Look what I found playing on Stumble Upon. Furnid is a Danish design company that produces this amazing table. LOVE IT! Can’t read a word on the site but LOVE IT!
Here are some more inspirational photos of art displayed in hallways for your viewing pleasure.
|Shamir Shah||Wheeler Kearns|
|The Apartment||Edward I. Mills|
|Callas Shortridge||New York Magazine|
Rigorous design standards blended with a sense of humour. Front Studio’s principles Yen Ha and Michi Yanageshita pursue a combination of art and architecture. Intensive exploration of their clients’ needs and site constraints is balanced by their obsessive pursuit of Lunch. The girls and I swapped flickr contacts a few weeks ago. I’m impressed by their design talent and their intensive pursuit of the answer to “what’s for lunch?”
Sadly, I still have not made a purchase of (at least) one of these. So instead I post photos of this stunning chair which only serve to whet my appetite even further. Oh well.
Stripes are a fun graphic way to address walls, and can make a room look longer or taller. They can be a pain to paint (I can vouch for that) but there are many wallpapers out there now that can save you some of the grief. They look great anywhere, as seen here, in bedrooms, dining rooms, hallways, living rooms….