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An Autumn AM

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26 October 2012 Running the dogs this AM. Taken on my iPhone with Photosynth app. A wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away and all the leaves away, and the trees stand. I think, I too, have known autumn too long. e. e. cummings

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Culinarium Concrete Series From Gilt Taste

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9 October 2012 Hexi Tray I love Culinarium’s concrete series of housewares for you kitchen. “Each component is cast in a handmade mold and burnished and waxed by Jordan Castro, the brain behind Culinarium’s functional works of art. His culinary tools and kitchen objects are made with a mix of concrete he’s spent years developing; it’s incredibly strong, smooth and feels more like ceramic than concrete and will develop character…

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Formative Flos

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2 August 2012 I love lighting. I love the textures, the accents, the shadows, the color levels, the highlighting it brings to any interior as well as exterior. I must say this is the most innovative and intriguing lighting I’ve seen in a very long time (I’ve been a designer for 25+ years and counting). And of course it’s from the Italian based Flos, one of my favorite go-to luminaire…

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A Perfect Outdoor Fireplace

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12 June 2012 Here in the land of NoHu today– it’s a chilly 58 degrees F– (down 33 degrees F from Sunday when it was 90 degrees F and our pool was filled with people and dogs) this handsome outdoor fireplace sure would be a toasty element this evening. At 57 inches in diameter and it’s I-can-go-with-anything rust finish– the Zero is a perfect addition to any outdoor space. I…

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