Thursday, July 8, 2010

innermost. "quintessentially global style".

i am in love with the stone effect resin vases named "flood" by innermost. "with architectural influence, they are striking as singular units and also fantastic when clustered together to create cityscapes."

these "MNM" pendant lights are made with 100% wool shades and come in colors charcoal, natural, red or purple finishes. texture, texture, texture!

this eye~popping "buckle" hanging lamp is "a marriage of lighting and sculpture, consisting of differently sized rings cut from stainless steel sheets suspended and arranged in a spherical form." perfect textural and sculptural addition to any space in need of both. adding an element of texture, in my opinion is important. it adds interesting, it adds complexity and it adds unusual to your spaces.

compiled from oak and walnut laquered wood and glass, the "clinker" table is most definitely a new take on the coffee or side table. how fun right next to a traditional bed? remember, it's fun to throw a space off by entering in an unusual piece. no, it's really fun!

here, with an arieal view and below at eye level, this "origami" table by innermost will certainly make a table statement, whether in a residential or commercial space.

my heart pounded discovering these "jewel" lamps. "jewel is a modern rendition on the classic chandelier formed of light reflecting lens with a steel structure. available in a clear or spectrum finish." want, need, love!

this "lighthouse lamp" from innermost captures that fabulous magnification one notices when viewing the comforting glowing light at the top of lighthouses.

i hope you've enjoyed some of the eye candy that innermost offers this "almost" friday! what inspires me to keep blogging and what keeps the faith for me as a designer and artist, always in search of original, new material to work with, are companies and designers like those that make up innermost. without designers stepping out of the norm, pushing the limits, daring to be, well...daring, the world of interior design would be boring and typical. companies like innermost are why we cannot wait for the latest design magazine to come out. we want to see what's next, what have artists come up with? i love that! enjoy...

1 comment:

Leah said...

Wow these are all so crazy and fun! I especially love those tables! So cool!