Through our journeys we've seen some incredible monograms on French antique linens. All created by hand, this is truly a lost art replaced with simplified designs executed by machine. Paired with Rauschenberg below, the depth and meaning behind these letters tell a beautiful story and hint at a world beyond the medium.
Now that we're making some real progress on our kitchen in NH, we're been thinking about the details... lighting, paint colors and of course the floors. We love the look of painted floors and decided to do that in the main area of the kitchen. Here's some inspiration we've found to get our wheels turning on patterns and colors...
These Cuno Amiet portraits, created in the first quarter of the 20th century, astound us. From russet to berry, brick to cinnamon, Amiet's reds are smeared, brushed and dabbled across these canvases creating perpetual movement and a strange calm. He's a favorite and these paintings are top of the list.
We hunt for precious finds. Objects that represent timeless beauty and tell stories of time and place, taste and utility, integrity and influence. We're passionate about expanding our visual vocabulary and gather indigenous palettes, textures and forms that provide us with inspiration and application for our everyday lives. We will tell you narratives through the images we capture along the way—stories about process, composition, adjacencies, and the emotional energy created by brilliant design.