Vanity or Basin or Console.
We are heading into the coldest part of the year now – there’s no getting around it: winter is here. We’ve opened up our Christmas presents, and many of us have received ‘another’ pair of shearling slippers – I’m not complaining, trust me. If I could put my slippers on over
Here it is, days before the Christmas holiday and virtually everywhere I look, there is a display in some combination of red and green. I get it—I get it, I really do. But today I thought I’d shake off that ever-in-my-face-green of this particular holiday and just go guns-blazing red.
Is anyone else a sucker for tole tray tables? I may be alone in this obsession, and I can’t point to its origin (likely my Nana), but for as long as I can remember I have had a fondness for these sweet and useful pieces.
We’ve been crowing quite a bit this about our collaboration with both the wonderful Jia Moderne showroom, and the wonderous JinR, the creative mind behind the Seat for T Collection now being featured here and at Jia Moderne.
I could talk more about JinR’s talents: her musical, cooking and designing abilities. But what
Unless I have something percolating in my mind already; when looking for products to talk about, I love to roll the dice and use Google’s image search. It’s random, it casts a wide and mostly undefined net (usually), but many times the results lead me down interesting rabbit holes. It’s not for anyone
Ethereal, magical, graceful….like everything JinR does; music, writing, painting – her furniture designs have an almost otherworldly quality. Known internationally for her unique and wonderful combination restaurant, gallery, spa and boutique called GREEN T. HOUSE Gallery – JinR might be best described as a Renaissance woman. She was trained as
If you’ve been reading our blog, or checking our site over the past several months, you know that GettingHomeDesign is a website dedicated to bridging the gap between art, culture and design. It is our goal to try our best to provide access to beautiful things and brilliant ideas for the home, and
GD Cucine – Argento – Vivo-Arancio
What is it about Italian design that remains so intriguing? Is it their use of color, shape and materials? Is it the multigenerational aspect? In many Italian companies, the craftsmanship is passed down from generation to generation (see my post on Seguso for 600 years of craftsmanship.)