While in Portland we visited our friends Niles and Sonya – check out their living room! They live in a Rummer, an Oregonion cousin to California’s Eichler Homes. Built by Robert Rummer in the 60’s and early 70’s, the modern homes are known for their post and beam construction, large panes of glass, open floor plans, and atriums.
I dig the bongos and the salon style art display, made up of works by friends, relatives, and thrift store finds. The Eames Molded Plywood Chairs (named the greatest design of the 20th Century by Time Magazine) are original issue, not reproductions. I designed and built the walnut console for them years ago when they lived in the Bay Area. Niles built the cool side table between the chairs out of wood off-cuts. Its deep red color is echoed in the finger grooves around the curved flap-down doors of the console.
Introducing two new versions of our Tone Necklaces – just in time to rock your summer wardrobe! Tone Dark has assorted dark woods with an emerald painted bar, and Tone Light has assorted lighter woods with a fuchsia painted bar.
We’re thrilled that San Francisco clothing boutique Dish is now carrying our jewelry! We’re a big fan of their aesthetic, and are flattered to be a part of their beautifully curated selection of apparel and accessories.
Dish is located in Hayes Valley, which is fast becoming the best shopping destination in San Francisco. If you’re in the hood, check them out.
541 Hayes Street, San Francisco
Our clients in Silicon Valley sent us this photo of the custom Wallscape we made for them last year. Looking good!
Here’s a little peek of another piece from the Nob Hill flat that I designed an entry console for. I’ll be taking more photos of the project in the future, so stay tuned. It’s a larger, customized version of my wall mounted Backdrop TV Console, in rift-sawn white oak with sliding cabinet doors. Smooth as silk.