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Wassily Chair by Marcel Breuer | Friday Finds

The Wassily Chair is one of the most comfortable chairs I have ever sat in. The belted leather cushions in all the right places, and allows you to sink into the chair, but also be supported. My first experience with the Wassily Chair occurred at a lake house that my (very large, but not by Utah standards) family rented for an epic weekend to celebrate my Grandma’s birthday. The home was built by a famous Chicago architect, and in true architect fashion, he had all the classic chairs you can imagine, including a cowhide Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Lounge. Continue Reading

Friday Finds, Interior Design

The 10 Best Clear, See-Through Faucets

These trend-setting faucets will make you want to over-wash your hands, except for the fishbowl one, where the water drains out of the fishbowl as you wash, making you think about water conservancy as the fish’s water is draining rapidly. I guarantee that all the other faucets will make you want to turn on the water and just watch, they are so cool! In the world of faucets, there are so many to choose from. There are LED-lit faucets, 3D-printed metal and glass faucets, faucets that create a vortex of water, faucets that ration your water use, or at least make you realize and ponder your consumption. Regardless of which one you select, it’s bound to be a conversation starter, and just plain fun to use. Continue Reading

Friday Finds

Friday Finds | Philippe Starck For Alessi

There are so many amazing things out there, and I am fortunate to have an “in” on a lot of the incredible ones. In this new series, I am excited to share the unique things that I am privy to. I’m always open to suggestions too, so if you have an “in” on a special something that deserves some attention, feel free to send it my way.

For the first Friday Find, I have to show you an object that much of the design community swoons over, both for its art quality, and its functionality. Introducing Alessi’s Juicy Salif Citrus Squeezer, by Philippe Starck. Continue Reading