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Take a Seat

27 Mar

With breaking my elbow this past week, I am trying my best to take things down a caliber, taking a rest, and taking a seat. Here are some seats that have been catching my eye:)

maarten de ceulaer: mutation series

hiroaki suzuki: dodecahedronic chair

mattis esnault: ondule lounge seat

“Tree-cycled” Wood Bench w/ LED Lighting

jannis hülsen: cellulose-fibre xylinum stool

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The Chew Chronicles at Artist and Fleas

9 Jun

Check out this amazing video by The Chew Chronicles featuring the Artist and Fleas market in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, If you haven’t been by to check out the new spot, here’s a sneak peek (FSM gets featured at 8:05) 🙂 Ronen Gilmer takes us back to the beginnings of the market and the transformation Williamsburg has gone through in the past years……..enjoy!

Be sure to check out all the other amazing vids by the Chew Chronicles to find the latest and greatest hotspots!

Check out the blog here–> http://chewchronicles.blogspot.com/

Gone Country

9 Mar

My roots stem from the countryside in Ohio, where things are plain and simple, and your closest neighbors are a bike-ride away. Growing up in the country was quite interesting, and I must say, brought me to who I am today-so I’m thankful.

With this, I was never quite into the whole John Deere thing, and plaids (unless tartan) quite alarmed me-in houshould items or apparel. (I’ll never forget when my brother asked my sister and I which shirt he should wear for date- well, they were both blue plaid, so my sister and I asked “What’s the difference?” Besides plaids, I’m also not the biggest fan of Martha Stewart and Home and Country decor-it’s a bit watered down, right?

 So until recently, I becoming slightly fond of country livin’ decor when a friend of mine enlightened me of her friend’s store in Maine called Dartbrook Rustic Goods http://dartbrookrustic.com/ where they have a selection of Adirondack rustic furniture.

Now this I can do-for my weekend cabin, of course. It’s counrty, kitchy, and conversational combining taxidermy with bark, roots, and antiques. They’re all conversation pieces you can chat about sipping a Hot Toddy in front of the fireplace.

These are my top picks:

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