Spartina LA. Via Eater- "The interior is grown up, polished, homey, and sleek all at the same time, with the open kitchen giving the room plenty of energy. Heather Ashton Design and Shelly Schulze consulted with founder Stephen Kalt on the environs.
Seemingly being generally out of fashion after the boom of the 1960's and 1970's, West German pottery has been gaining massive popularity and a dedicated collector base that appreciates its style and eccentric aesthetic. Some of these ceramic pieces are hand-thrown while others are mass-produced stock shapes. Even stock shapes are made unique by the rough textures and the huge range of individual glazes. Size and shape can a petite three inches to well over a few feet tall for the larger floor vases.
Factories that produced these ceramic pieces include Baykeramik, Carstens, Dumler & Breiden, Jopeko, Roth, Ruscha, and Scheurich. Many are only marked with a serial number and often with German or W. Germany on the bottom making it difficult to determine the original designer or manufacturer. Fat Lava, a nickname for this eclectic pieces, references the thick pumice and lava-like glazing. Funnily, because of translation errors on the internet "thick pumice&qu…
Grimm Artisanal Ales Brewery, a sleek yet airy space on Metropolitan Avenue with sitting room for 45, which opens June 30. The Chairs are from (none other than) Amsterdam Modern. "We're located in Brooklyn but I wanted it to feel like you're surrounded by plants and it might remind you of California in the 70s." -Lauren Grimm Shop the Friso Kramer - Prouve Style Stacking chairs here.
Similar styles available online as well!Read the full article here. Photos: Heidi's Bridge / Courtesy of Grimm Ales
A couple weeks ago, we got to help lifestyle guru Emily Katz, author of Modern Macrame, deck out her book tour stop at Lightlab in Atwater Village. She was going for a fuss-free, modern and of course - boho - brunch setting where she could showcase her macrame designs highlighted throughout the new book. Although the planning process was quick, we all rallied and the finished product turned out beautifully. The space featured our Castelli Birch stacking chairs and these Marko industrial stacking tables. Read the full store on Emily's blog.