Steel and Glass on Stone
36" tall x 20" wide
Indoors or Out
Perfect as a signature hand crafted piece...
or as a garden statement!
|My friend Kim's new pad. She downsized and got rid of all the stuff that no longer served her most beautiful life, therefor discovering what mattered the most - including favorite colors and themes. Photo credit: the amazing Kim Mullins|
|This is Emiko Mori. Her granddaughter, Chinami, weaves freestyle Japanese textiles that she models. She can lead my parade any day with her radiant personal style! Photo courtesy @1000wave on Instagram|
|Simple, clean farmhouse style design with a detached 2 car garage. Put PEOPLE up front and CARS and STUFF back away from the front door and front porch!|
|Typical "SNOUT HOUSE" - the garage stands out like a snout - obscuring and overriding any redeeming architecture of the home. The feeling here? "Cars and STUFF" matter the most - right up front, and people trying to create a COMMUNITY come second, since there is no front porch ... in fact, it is hard to find the front door!|
|One would think that this photo - snatched from an article about new trends in minimalism - would emphasize the importance of BUYING LESS. But nope - it wound up leading the reader to an ad for storage units! Bah humbug.|
|A carefully curated kitchen: This space was designed with detail to favorite colors, patterns, and with purposeful selection of specific pieces.|
|A giant kaleidoscope and other glass pieces in our lil' window front - totally unique to our town!|
|Early morning in a London neighborhood - designed for people, not cars :)|
|To learn more about all aspects of responsible, sustainable and BEAUTIFUL urban design, don't miss the STRONG TOWNS movement - you can find their website here.|
|A small urban yard (oh, yeah, it's ours) with milkweed to help support butterfly populations :)|