Raised Fist, by Børge Bredenbekk
For the first time ever I might consider owning a TV: The Frame is the first TV that doesn’t turn off; instead of going to black, The Frame displays a stunning piece of art, turning your wall into a museum-worthy art gallery.
Lightboxes are everywhere these days, but I hadn’t seen this long skinny shape yet. The fun welcome messages that could be had, in my hallway… Hmm.
Absolutely smitten with this wall mirror by Hunting & Narud. Counterbalanced by a weight, it can be adjusted to various heights.
The Be Optimistic Enamel Sign inspires conviction that no matter the storm ahead, there is nothing that preparation and perseverance can’t overcome. Given the current political climate here in the U.S. I really want one. Or multiples, for every room and my office. But how ironic, it’s sold out.
I want my kids to grow up to be humans that are resourceful and able to figure stuff out. And, I love working with folks that have this quality. So, I’d say, every office and every kids room needs this banner.
Part of the beauty of owning vinyl is the artwork and too often it sits in a crate. Now Playing is a wall-mounted holder for your vinyl that displays the cover in all it’s glory. So simple.