Oeuffice reveals a trio of new shelves that are a functional feast for the eyes.
Middle Eastern shelf design gets a modern makeover in the new offering from Oeuffice — a collaboration between Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte of Samare Studio and Jakub Zak of Studio Patricia Urquiola. The Totems for Living collection, which debuted during Milan Design Week 2011, and is the first set from this duo of highly-renowned designers.
For over two decades, Anacortes-based interior design firm Gracious Living has served a multitude of clients all over Washington state. Founder Molly McIntosh and her skilled crew operate on the principle that, while they have the professional expertise, the homeowners themselves have their own style and preferences. By collaborating and sharing ideas, the possibilities are many when one enlists in Gracious Living’s services.
From miniature Zeppelins to graphic design, this Seattle native does it all.
Here’s a strange question: what do ceramic bears, miniature models of buildings and a foam deer have in common? The answer, of course, is that they all share a “living” space in Ravenna with their creator, artist Weston Jandacka.
If you want to add a little spice to your dinner table, Brooklyn-based online marketplace Uncommon Goods gives a new meaning to kitchen ornaments. From miniature glassware to eye-catching and kitschy toy shaker sets – hosting dinners has just gotten even more entertaining.
A former Oscar De La Renta designer froths up a delicious new business venture.
Seattleite entrepreneur Jillu Zaveri recently invited me into her home — her beautifully decorated home, I might add — for a cup of chai tea and a chat about her fashion career, as well as her most recent endeavor, Jaipur Avenue.
Three by Three Seattle’s newest model provides organization and style.
Keys, invitations, grocery lists, to-do lists and so on; for Seattleites with busy lifestyles, keeping track of the essentials in our lives can be a difficult task. Thanks to the Channel Bamboo Wall Panels from Three by Three Seattle, we can stay organized without sacrificing points for style.
Complete your dining room table setting with Flickers.
We all love the look and smell of candles — almost as much as we hate the sticky mess left behind by candle wax. Thankfully, Duo Design Holland has given us Flicker, a candle that not only burns cleanly without producing residue — but also looks sleek and elegant while doing so.
A house with two floors above the water and one floor below? Only in Seattle.
Dying for a floating home on the water that is also located within the city limits, look no further. This week’s Hot Property is a floating home found just off the shores of Lake Union in the Eastlake neighborhood.
Created by master Italian craftsmen, these stainless steel designs will add some shine to your dinner parties.
The Italians are famous for their food, culture, fashion and art. Meanwhile, Seattleites are distinguished by their affection for happy hours – though we do enjoy eating and imbibing at home, on occasion. Next time you are serving your guests antipasti with a bottle of Barolo, make sure the Italian style shines – even as that last brushetta is pulled from the plate.
Local duo travels the world to bring you the most interesting paper and pens.
To all you stationery fetishists out there, we would like to introduce RAD AND HUNGRY (RAH), the secret club of “office supply porn.” Founded last October by Seattle’s own Hen Chung and Sam Alston, RAH awards its monthly subscribers with a delectable assortment of desk candy that will make your cube-mates jealous.