I have been looking for bar stools for the new house we are building. I really love the look of Vintage Industrial Drafting Stools. You see them in a lot of magazines. They use them with just about every style. Continue reading →
Are you trying to get a lot of light where you want it in your kitchen? One option is track lighting.
Just replace whatever light is already there with track. You can aim the light wherever you want. You can even add more light.
You don’t want to overload the circuit. It’s not just annoying to be constantly popping breakers, it really is a fire hazard. Check how many things are already on that breaker. How many watts are on the light you are replacing? You know you can go that high. With new high efficiency LED lamps, you can get a lot of light with very little electricity.
An Ideal Setting by Annie Graves Jewelry Artist Carolyn Morris Bach transforms an overgrown 18th-century cape into a polished work-and-living space. Yankee magazine September/October 2017
Kalco’s Milo Collection combines Mid-Century Modern sensibilities with modern LED technology. Constructed of steel, then finished in your choice of Two-tone Matte Black or Warm White with Vintage Brass.
You have probably seen an armillary sphere in a garden, interlocking spheres, often with an arrow. They are also called an equatorial sundial. Even before they were used as decorative garden features, armillary spheres were sophisticated instruments used to map the solar system. Before telescopes were invented, the armillary sphere was how astronomers determined celestial positions. It acted as a model of objects in the sky. The rings were used to demonstrate the movement of the stars around the Earth. Continue reading →