Saturday, November 15, 2008

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Am I behind? When did bonsai start wearing medallions.

kristin said...

If only I didn't have a black thumb.

Anonymous said...

was this taken in 1972?

kym said...

aahh, the table scape. no matter how i try, my bedside table does stay styled. it's a dumping ground for cuticle cream, lip balm, tissues, books, mags, water, etc...never thought about using a tree to store my jewelry. ridiculous, unless you live on the private game reserve.

Anonymous said...

I guess these are people who do not have kids or cats....

Emma @ White and Wander said...

Not a huge fan of a bonsai - they are sort of scary and creepy in a midget kind of way ... so love that silver lamp though!

AvenueFog said...

Must. Have. That. Lamp. !!!

Where can I go to purchase it, like, yesterday?

Decorno said...

I love it, too.

Can anyone tell me... is the shade too high? You know how you can see the neck thingy? Does that mean the harp is too high?

Can you tell I am not a designer by asking this? But I have a lamp where this is exposed and I think it means something is a bit off.

Decorina said...

The shade could be a little lower, but the shot is straight on. From eye level above the lamp it is probably fine. I have a lamp + shade that is the same way, but the stem that holds the shade is adjustable and I keep forgetting to lower it.

Anonymous said...

Yes..too high. The harp could be smaller or use a longer shade. At eye level you shouldn't be able to see the unfinished/post parts of a lamp.

Anonymous said...

Too much stem is showing, but it's an easy fix. Any lamp store should have an assortment of harp sizes; they come in 1/2-inch increments.

parisienish said...

the whole vignette: YEP