That write-up showed a table display sponsored by the Viking Range Corporation and designed by Barry Rice and Ted Allen, from the recent DIFFA’s Dining By Design event held in New York. When I posted it, a decor8 reader by the name of Bob, commented about the lighting. He turned us on to the fact that the lighting shown over the table below are the CB2 whirly candles. Elegant and simple, but also a budget find. Triple threat lighting! It looks like around 22 mini globes (so approximately $88) were used in the below display, but you can get away with less, I’m sure. I’m thinking these would look stunning on the patio for Spring parties, or in front of a window displayed at different lengths. What a great idea for budget lighting, I love it.
It’s such a great rug, don’t you love the bright yellow pattern against white? Striking. Bev has other new items for Spring just added to her already stunning collection of home accessories… Here’s a sneak peak of some of her latest pillow designs.
(images from bev hisey)
Jason wrote in about Pop Cling, an adhesive wall art company, and I couldn’t wait to show you some of these wild ‘n wacky wall decals. Totally fun, what do you think?
Pop Cling is always seeking work from both established and emerging artists, so if you’re an interested artist, contact Jason here. I can totally see my friends in Berlin, Mike and Bloody Bunny, doing this kind of thing because they are both so talented and already have a following…
(images from pop cling)