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Friday, October 16th, 2009

One More Workspace

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Alright, one more workspace and then stop thinking about workspaces and have a great weekend. This one is from the new online magazine called Lonny, a project by a group of ex-Domino staffers and a few others. This space is from the ex-E.I.C. Deborah Needleman’s house. Have you been noticing all the black and charcoal walls out there these days? I find it very bold and brave and elegant, but I’m afraid it would be depressing. While it’s gorgeous in this room, I fear that if I did it in my own house I’d become a secret cutter or something.

By the way, Lonny is laid out really nicely and it’s very easy to navigate. While some of the content was not really my cup of tea, it’s a great effort and it’s so nice to see the Domino peeps back; we missed you!

image by Patrick Cline via Lonny

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Friday, October 16th, 2009

Speaking of Workspaces…

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LOVE the round-up of kid workspaces over at remodelista. Here’s a taste:

image from Elle Interiors, via remodelista

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Friday, October 16th, 2009

Flickr Faves on Fridays: Workspace

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Flickr member atelierpompadour has this lovely open space for her studio. I love the punches of bright color. You can find out more about on her blog, and you can shop her etsy store here.

image from flickr member atelierpompadour

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Friday, October 16th, 2009

Flicker Faves on Fridays: Workspace

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Looking at neat and lovely offices is so inspiring. I thought I’d find a few to share today. The first comes from flickr member Lillian Day, who lives in Vienna, Austria. The PERFECT use of “Woods” by Cole and Son. So light. So bright. So spare. I swoon:

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Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

Element Clay Studio

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Through a chance meeting at a casual dinner a week or so ago, I had the privilege of meeting Heather Knight, a very talented ceramicist who just moved to Atlanta from Asheville. Heather is still getting settled in her new digs (in fact, the kiln isn’t even firing up yet), a live/work space in Decatur that serves as home for her Element Clay Studio.

Heather was nice enough to let me take a peek around and snap some shots when I came to pick up a few pieces I’d purchased from her etsy store.


It was fun to see where she created all of her intricate work, and after seeing it, I appreciated her inspiration board that much more:

This is her assistant and head of security, Henry:

I love the way Heather styles her work, especially these tiles. This is the image she uses on her logo:

By the way, my cruddy cellphone pictures are not doing the work justice. I highly recommend looking at it more closely on Heather’s site or on etsy.

Pardon my exterior afterthought shot with the open car door. I was in a hurry to get to Chik-Fil-A. It’s impossible to go to Decatur without a stop there, well, except when you go on a Sunday, since they are closed, which is always horrendously disappointing when you make a Chikkie run and forget.

I’m trying out the insert gallery button here just to sneak in the extra shots. Yes, I am about three years behind the curve with this. Or is it more like ten? Anyway, yea or nay to the “Insert Gallery” doohickey? Let me know in the comments.

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