Monday, January 26, 2009

Modern Miniatures on Monday: Black and White bliss

I spotted these settings on MY MINI PLAYGROUND and even though it's not my usual scale I had to share. I mean black and white? Jonathan Adler? What's not to love?
On his FLICKR set page (where these images came from) Michael Williams says:

"This presentation gets its name from my September 2007 HAUTE DOLL Magazine feature on diorama dollhouse furnishings, and it serves as a laudatory hommage to Bravo TOP DESIGN guru Jonathan Adler (age 41), who first fell in love with ceramics at age 12 in summer camp, but took a brief detour in the movie business before launching his initial line of pottery at Barney's in 1994. The line was an instant success, and in 1998 he opened his first store in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood, which has since been followed by several boutiques across the country, as he expanded his line into a glamorous new furniture collection, along with bedding, towels, and pillows (some of which are licensed and carried by Bed, Bath and Beyond and department stores). He even redesigned the Le Parker Meridien Hotel in Palm Springs, now a hot resort vacation destination."

1 comment:

Funky Furniture said...

I thought it was real, it looks pretty nice and neat!! cool..