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Making your space your own is one of the best parts about moving in, or, if you’ve been there for a while, just simply changing up what you already have. Try incorporating objects that speak to you, like this vase set for example: Crafted from iron, each piece in this set of two showcases a conical, tapered base with a long neck and an L-shaped handle, allowing them to work well in any contemporary setting.
A solid-wood base, streamlined shape, and on-trend button tufting? We're here for it. Built on a frame made from solid rubberwood and upholstered in polyester, the foam-filled headboard features two rows of neat biscuit tufting and provides a comfy spot to sit up and read (or scroll through social media) before bed. The short, angled legs add a contrasting element that completes the look. The bed includes center support legs and four wood support slats but requires a box spring for optimal support.
Virginia Sin, the woman behind SIN, is a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary designer whose work has been featured in Architectural Digest, The New York Times and more. In her Greenpoint, Brooklyn studio, Virginia designs and handcrafts American-made goods for your home. Crafted of stoneware coils, the Overhand Knot is an ornamental work of modern art that can double as a paperweight.
It was a below zero-day and the details of the frost on this horse's nose inspired me to capture this image. There was an intensity I felt from this horse and the photograph seemed to capture the cold and stillness after the storm had ended. The contrast between the black horse and the fresh snow created a dramatic image of beauty and detail.