MAKING AN ENTRANCE: a gem of a door for a diamond merchant


  Spotted on Pinterest, this door by Matharoo Associates nearly blew my mind. At 17 feet tall and 5 feet wide, the door is comprised of a series of 40 sections of Burmese teak, each nearly 1 foot thick. When closed, each section stacks one on top of the other but upon pushing on anyread ON

STRIKING A BALANCE: Ernesto Pigni’s Milan apartment


  Entry hall complete with a Maartin Baas clay chair and Venini chandelier. The dining table is topped with turquoise place settings from Piet Hein Eek. A Venini sconce flanks the bathroom sink and a Tom Dixon Fluoro light adds a pop of color to the master bedroom. Welcome to the early 1900’s Milan apartment of designer Ernesto Pigni. In an 2011 interviewread ON

FOR THE LOVE OF A CHAIR: a furniture inspired ballet


  I love a good Boris Tabacoff chair and this morning I was pleased to discover that so does Morentz on 1stdibs. After all, what says love more than this detailed re-enactment of Swan Lake with Boris’ 1970’s Sphere chairs? Thank you Morentz and 1stdibs for standing as examples of how to love without restraint. Now Iread ON

DECORATING DARKLY: a small selection of favorites


  Pierre-Auguste Renoir once said, “I’ve been 40 years discovering that the queen of all colors was black.” As a renowned artist, and more specifically a painter, Renoir knew of what he spoke. Shown (top to bottom): bedroom design by id 810 design group, powder room photo via The Black Workshop, sitting area design by Rajiread ON

ONE VERY LUST WORTHY DOOR: the latest in wood technologies


  Left: door view from back. Right: the precision, computer controlled process of making the door. Over the course of the next few months, the three principals at the Toronto, Canada based office of Williamson Chong Architects (WCA) will be traveling to Europe and Asia on a $50,000 grant they won from the Canada Council’s 2012 Professional Prix de Romeread ON

AUGUST GIVEAWAY: 3 Georg Jensen COBRA candleholders!


  D Pages is thrilled to partner with Georg Jensen to bring one lucky D reader this 3 piece set of COBRA candleholders. Inspired by the mystical snake after which they are named, designer Constantin Wortmann set out to make a traditional candleholder for today’s style. Reminiscent of an antique candlestick in its substantial weight andread ON



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