Donald Judd’s 101 Spring Street, New York “Art and architecture—all the arts—do not have to exist in isolation, as they do now. This fault is very much a key to the present society. Architecture is nearly gone, but it, art, all the arts, in fact all parts of society, have to be rejoined, and joined more than they have ever been.” – Donald Judd, 1986
glass globe + wood and iron wall decor by pineknobsandcrickets
a one-of-a-kind home accessory. this beautiful planter/shelving unit would be perfect to hold air plants or other terrariums, found objects, or even tiny tea light candles. the wrought iron hooks look gorgeous against the recycled wood backing. love.
Bold, luxurious and elegant - our color of the week is commonly known as not being a color at all. We love Wrought Iron. Push the envelope - this dark blue can really make a statement when used on the wall and beyond doors and moulding. Not only does it show independence within your design but it works in spaces from traditional to modern.