As Seen in Elle Décor May 2012
It’s all in the family at Hinkley Lighting. The company’s rich history in the lighting business dates all the way back to 1922, and has been family-owned ever since. Starting with traditional outdoor lanterns, Hinkley is now known for both indoor and outdoor lighting, built by a solid, resilient construction. The Fredrick Ramond line features high-end, boutique-quality fixtures known for innovative design down to the smallest details. From contemporary bathrooms to transitional dining areas and beyond, Fredrick Ramond offers an array of lighting to lighten up a sophisticated space.
Handmade from a distinctive grain of maple, walnut or cherry wood, no two pendants in the Loft LED collection are alike. The varied grain is smooth and richly toned when turned off, and especially beautiful when illuminated from within by the energy-efficient LED. Clean, broad curves showcase the natural flow of the wood grain. Designer Joel Tomlinson sought to create a design that physically translated the many benefits of LED technology—modern, durable, long-lasting and environmentally conscious.
Earthy tones pair perfectly with DwellStudio’s lively, distinctive patterns that seamlessly bring together a room. Graphic but simple, the Chelsea Stripe Rug also feels comfy and soft underfoot, made from a wool/cotton blend.
Designer Mark Goetz turned the traditional sofa inside out with the Goetz Sofa, using a molded wood veneer shell on the outside. The look created a strong, structural frame and dramatic profile with crisp, clean lines—only one seam exists on the entire wood shell. But as Herman Miller knows well, good design doesn’t stop with aesthetics. Comfort was put on the forefront, with Goetz conducting his own research to ensure this sofa was comfy cozy no matter what position you were in.
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These expressive avian friends are one of the most popular Danish wooden products from the 1950s, designed by Kristian Vedel in 1959. Each bird is handmade by a small wood turner in Denmark, using only high-quality smoked and natural oak wood. With heads that can tilt in any direction, these birds express every frame of mind, from happy to sad, curious to alert.
A crisp, modern stripe is one can’t-go-wrong way to add a graphic element to a space. DwellStudio’s Draper Stripe Throw has a clean, contrasting pattern and is made of 95% baby alpaca, making it super soft, lighter than air, and perfect for everything from a bed topper to having on hand in a cozy reading nook.
The interwoven structure of a garden trellis inspired this precise pattern. A geometric series of overlapping lines and continuous dots provide a graphic pop on the solid colored fabric.It's filled with a cushy down insert, which means battling between admiring its beauty and cuddling up for a nap.
This Henry Kloss design is form and function at its finest: compact, simple design matched with high-performing sound. With just three knobs, it defies today’s electronics in its minimalism. But what it lacks in complexity it makes up for in sound, having been called the best-sounding table radio ever made.