more from marius narbutaitis

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in art, gallery, news, uncommon finds | 0 comments

A few weeks ago we introduced you to Marius Narbutaitis here. You may have seen his work around the store, but we didn’t want you to miss this piece peeking out from our second floor balcony.  Had you seen it from the street?  How do you feel about Marius’...

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rue mag inspiration

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in accessories, news, uncommon finds | 0 comments

rue mag inspiration

If this house looks familiar to you, it’s probably because you’ve seen it featured in the current issue of Rue Magazine!  This 19th century New York farmhouse has been restored to its former glory by artist Lisa Camp and family.  ”Ultimately, our goal was to honor the past, but live in the present,” she says.  ”We were sensitive to protecting the original details of the house, including the tall ceilings, the intricate moldings, and the wide-board pine floors, but we installed...

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antlers

Posted by on May 26, 2011 in accessories, news | 0 comments

antlers

  Interior design blogs and magazines would probably say that using antlers in the home is currently very “on trend.”  But we think antlers are timeless.  They can read classic, preppy, country or rustic.   Look below for inspiration on how to incorporate horns into your home (then shop artemisia to re-create the...

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more from tim shelton

Posted by on May 26, 2011 in art | 0 comments

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re-create the look: farm-house modern pt 3

Posted by on May 25, 2011 in accessories, furniture, news, uncommon finds | 0 comments

re-create the look: farm-house modern pt 3

We’ve showcased the work of Angela Stone – – curator for the Chicago-based design collaborative, Hinge, here and here.  We’re envious of her Wicker Park apartment/design studio showroom.  (You can take the full tour by heading over to Rue Mag or Remodelista.) Angela describes the Hinge aesthetic as “centered on seeing the beauty in what is commonly discarded or overlooked.”  She has dubbed her style, “Farm-House Modern,” or a “juxtaposition of storied, character-rich pieces with...

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