I saw this chair at the Museum of Modern Art while chaperoning a school trip for my daughters in New York. At first I thought it looked like it was covered in shag carpeting. Upon closer inspection you can see that it is composed of sewn stuffed fabric, with some paint and chair fringe along the bottom. The piece is one of the earliest sculptures by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. She hand sewed every element on the chair.
I saw several things at the April High Point Furniture Market that caught my eye. The PETS ROCKS line by Takkoda puts pet faces on the heads of popular celebrities. Their motto, is ‘Real Pets, Not Real Celebrities.’ I thought they were too fun not to share!
I loved this vintage chair!
Loved the GREEN of this cocktail table in the Worlds Away showroom. The base is a gold leafed Greek key design. So cool!
This bench is from the Somerset Bay Home collection for Stanford Furniture. Stanford is the same company that manufactures our furniture line, the J Banks Collection. I loved the lucite legs on this bench!
It has been a whirlwind spring with lots to see and lots to do. I look forward to a few slower weeks ahead and sharing my summer favorites with you soon!