Ooh, look what I just spotted at #powellsbooks - The new #atomicranch magazine with a five page feature by yours truly on a very special Reed neighborhood renovation by @howellsarc - makes a nice stocking stuffer for your #midcenturydesign lover - just sayin’
Can I get a little personal for a sec? It’s been a really rough couple of weeks. Like, REALLY rough. 🙈
It’s been 6am-11pm working days, days missing the gym, and sometimes feeling a little like we have been spinning our wheels. It happens! These cycles pop up in business and the only thing you can do is have awareness for where things can be improved, and IMPROVE it. 🤷🏻♀️
At the same time, in the last 7 days we’ve received more gifts than we could have imagined. Good people supporting us, opportunities we never anticipated, and love all around. 😭
So while we’re in a season of hard, hard work - we are also remembering to be SO mindful of the bountiful life we live, the love that surrounds us, and the people that support us. What a better time than Thanksgiving week to take a pause to look around and feel the gratitude?
Oh, 👋🏻 there Luci 🐶! Make yourself at home. Dinner should be ready in a couple more hours.
A rare picture of our built-in booth at the end of our galley kitchen. The booth is original to the home, a favorite feature of our #1951ranch . We are so ready to renovate the kitchen. The built-in booth will stay. Thinking of turquoise vinyl for the round bench.
Come on down to my Holiday Pop-Up with Reliikvia (@_reliikvia_) today and tomorrow! We have lots of great vintage goods from all sorts of housewares, decor, pottery, barware, books, art, some awesome selection of mid-century furniture and many more! It’s the perfect time to find that one-of-a-kind gift to anyone your list! Hope you guys can make it! 😁
Genius Bones + Reliikvia
November 17-18, 11am - 4pm
Genius Bones Studio
333 17 Ave SW
What a day! I’ve finally sat down with a glass of wine after spending all day packing for the Scandinavian Christmas Market in #Rotherhithe#London next Friday to Sunday.
That’s the trouble with working with glass and ceramics - there’s an awful lot of protective packing to do! But we’re happy that we’re going to be taking a really good range of Mid Century Scandinavian glass, ceramics and iconic homewares.
It’s our first big market like this, and we’ve been preparing for it for months, so we’re equal parts very excited and very scared.
Ships Glasses like the ones in the photo are one of the lines we’ll be taking to the market. They were designed by Per Lutken for Holmegaard in 1971 and each one is etched to the base with its year of manufacture, 1978. This range was one of Holmegaard’s best selling ever and they’re considered a classic of Danish design.