Sunday, November 05, 2006

Hey Der Pals!

Omgz lovely stuffss!

I have been finding myself straying away from mid-century modern/retro stuff lately... I always do this when the weather gets cold though.

Tapioca Tastes and Wisteria Garden & Gifts has been a place I should have covered long ago. They have some really cute stuff, it's a little more on the traditional but still contemporary side. I always think of her stuff as perfect for an airy villa somewhere thats contemporary but still has age and character. Her stuff always looks really cushy and soft, and takes on a sculpural quality, it's pretty neat. She also has lots of cool home accents that really tie a room together.



Wisteria (196, 71, 28)

ARS VIVENDI: Caramel Apple House also hit our world this week, again its not the kind of house I usually go for, but it is very well made. The style of the house perfectly compliments her furniture, which a lot of my readers I talk to seem to really like. So I thought I would make sure people saw it.



Plush Enigma (76, 141, 21)

Maximum Minimum Max has released a few new items lately, he has released a freebie prefab, a multipurpose prefab, and an excellent reproduction of the Noguchi table.



Nauru (200, 130)

And finally a marriage proposal to Emily Lang of Emily's which is a store presumably opening soon. Emily writes
Hello This is a brand new collection that I have been working on (it's not quite ready yet, though). High quality, "soft modern" furnishings that are virtually seamless (under all lighting conditions) and realistically proportioned. They have also been scripted to change colors/fabrics upon the owner's touch. Lastly, they'll include realistically animated poses.


She said it beautifully, I really love this teaser shot and cant wait to see the rest of the collection. Beautiful prim work accented sparingly with textures, and it totally lives up to her term 'soft modern'.



It is really exciting to see something this great coming out of someone who doesn't even have a store yet. It gives me a lot of hope for the future. haha. No word on a location or anything, but I'm sure I will be drooling over the collection when it opens and post something here.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello, I would like to know why are do you always show the new max stuffs ? I think he shouldnt be on this blog, yes his furnitures are well done and look good but he simply copy them from rl live .. evrybody with times and money spirit is able to do the same .. well is my opinion.

November 18, 2006  
Blogger Ana Lutetia said...

Hi!
I can't see the pics... :(

February 25, 2007  
Blogger Kenneth said...

Hello,

I'd appreciate if you can give me some feedback on our site: www.regencyshop.com

I realize that you are home decor-modern design connoisseur :) I'd like to hear your opinion/feedback on our products. Also, it'd be swell if you can place our noguchi table on your blog.

Thank you,

Nancy

March 10, 2010  

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