Belongings : Island inspired luxury goods

Belongings : Island inspired luxury goods

The website describes their selection as "relaxed sophistication, simple beautiful beach luxury," and I agree. I love it! I actually went by the showroom on E 79th street and the sales person was so nice. The showroom was so inspiring, an elegant island oasis in the middle of Manhattan. I bought some amazing milk glass balls, a piece of coral, and some scented beach glass.They gift wrapped everything on the spot... lovely!

  • Simple, natural-foresty item!

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  • Each vase in this edition is handmade, completely unique and incorporates a whimsical approach to recycling. As he makes his paintings and sculptures, the artist is left with an excess of pigmented epoxy resin. Rather than discard... Each vase in this edition is handmade, completely unique and incorporates a whimsical approach to recycling. As he makes his paintings and sculptures, the artist is left with an excess of pigmented epoxy resin. Rather than discarding it, he layers this leftover resin inside discarded and often familiar plastic juice, water, or soda bottles and creates an inner water-proof cavity by inserting smaller post-consumer vessels such as paint bottles or water bottles. Once cured, he removes the outer plastic bottle to reveal the smooth and radiant forms, allowing the viewer to truly see and appreciate these usually-overlooked designs in a permanent and useful way.

  • Designer Harry Allen’s Brush Vase in White brings back the raw excitement of a blank canvas that I often felt as a child in art class. Of course, that was before I realized that I’m terrible at painting. Even if you are a Picasso ... Designer Harry Allen’s Brush Vase in White brings back the raw excitement of a blank canvas that I often felt as a child in art class. Of course, that was before I realized that I’m terrible at painting. Even if you are a Picasso of sorts, this vase allows you to put down your brushes and take time to assemble the roses. Your guests will inquire about your eye for design as well as art. Harry Allen’s Reality Series celebrates a tradition of found art by immortalizing objects that typically pass unnoticed. He dips objects like Rollerskates, nuts, bananas, (even his own hand!), in resin to create a mold. The result becomes art that wins the approval of Marcel Duchamp appreciators. The Brush Vase in White as well as the Bestow Vase/Candle Holder recently featured in NY Times Home and Garden, are both part of this curious collection. For more work by Harry Allen, please go here.

  • This is one of four members of the North American Wild Life series. Handcrafted in Canada, it's a matte white glazed stoneware 'anything' holder.

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  • A designer described this as " Tony Duquette meets Chinese Chippendale"..so true... the metal strips give it some flash and yet it has aan antique Chinese flavor too! another designer said it is a bookshelf for a collage of books... A designer described this as " Tony Duquette meets Chinese Chippendale"..so true... the metal strips give it some flash and yet it has aan antique Chinese flavor too! another designer said it is a bookshelf for a collage of books, and objects! 88" high, 36" wide and 14" deep. Made of laquered wood and steel in gunmetal finish.

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