Friday's Fantastic Finds
Happy Friday!I'm so glad it's Friday, aren't you?My husband is going to be pretty busy this weekend with work obligationsso I'm thinking I might just go crazy and tackle my very long to do list.I
Thrifted Dresser to TV Stand/Buffet/Entryway Table
Not gonna lie...I have been dying to share my latest furniture flip with you. I typically like to keep my projects in the works as a big surprise, but this one I couldn't keep to myself. If you following 2IY on Instagram, you know just how long I've been working on turning this thrifted dresser into a tv stand...or is it a buffet or is it an entryway table? The great thing about this piece is it's sooooo versatile it can be used in almost any room in the house. My house. I am just gonna say…
Remodelista - Sourcebook for the Considered Home
Is copper having a moment? With its heat-conductive properties and oxidation potential (and with scrap prices at an all-time high), copper is synonymous with luxury. Here are five examples of exposed copper done right.
GEORGE NAKASHIMA, coffee table | Wright20.com
Lot 157: George Nakashima. coffee table. c. 1955, American black walnut, rosewood. 52½ w × 27¼ d × 14¾ h in. result: $26,400. estimate: $25,000–30,000. Highly expressive single board top with two large fissures, pierced holes, free edges and uncommon small butterfly detail. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Trattler Family collection Private collection
What the fuxury?
Those that know A little bit about me know that My wife and I frequent the auction on A weekly basis, tonight was quite the experience at our local auction house. We got there late from dinner looking to get A bid in on one of the 2 Louis Vuitton steamer trunks at auction tonight, but to our surprise we walked in during the middle of A bidding war that was at A "HOLY TOLDEO BATMAN" price of $93,000. Obviously I wanted to see what the heck was doing those numbers, to my surprise it was 3…
Nutcracker is a minimalist design created by England-based designer Industrial Facility. The nutcracker is designed for Muji's Xmas program, launched alongside Board Magnets. The design features a small hole within a corkscrew - the user can adjust the height of the screw by turning the handle.
Interior design and architecture magazine exploring what’s next in spatial design.
Consisting of a wooden table and different ceramics and baskets, &ability is Alberto Fabbian’s interpretation of the principles on which European Union and its currency are – or should be – based: integration, cohesion, sustainability.
AXOR waterdream by front - re-thinking the shower
'AXOR waterdream' by front emphasizes the technical aspects of a shower system, making the network of pipes usually hidden behind the wall, visually appealing.