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Friday, August 19th, 2011

Flickr Faves on Friday: Mirror Mirrors on the Wall

Becky

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Loving this wall from Flickr member kitschcafe (Drew, a graphic designer and blogger from Cincinnati). It shows you you can unify a group of items through color, and enliven up a piece that might be junk. Love the combination, love that red-orange, love the reflection, love the chairs. Thanks for sharing Drew!

Drew also has an etsy shop. In fact, I’ve bought from him before and the product and service was superb – I highly recommend stopping by for some browsing!

Show off your favorite spaces in our Fresh New Spaces Group.

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Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Modernists: It’s Never to Early to Start!

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I was just surfing around poppytalkhandmade and saw this AWESOME Shell Rocker Onesie from mimimouse, and I am DIGGING IT! It ALMOST makes me want to have a baby…

Oh, and look! It’s a tea party complete with Panton chairs!

Images from poppytalkhandmade and mimimouse. To order, click here.

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Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Herman Miller Eames Chair on Craigslist

Ali

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A very quick deviation from the Organization Blog Fest…

I spotted this on the SF/Bay Area Craigslist last night and just have to share:

Herman Miller Eames Chair – $75 (berkeley north / hills)

“Get it while it’s hot.”

Herman Miller Eames Shell Chair

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/fuo/982738256.html

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Thursday, December 11th, 2008

How to Build an Eames Shell Chair

Ali

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For those of us who are process oriented and like to see how things are made, here is a great vintage video detailing the creation of an Eames Shell Chair. Just as a heads up, the video is a bit long and perhaps dry to some, but luckily they included great tunes to keep you enthralled…

Thanks to NotCot.org who spotted this video on ArchDaily.com

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