Saturday, 15 August 2009

Eye Candy of the Week – Glass Knots

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PRODUCT
Glass Knots Sculptures

 

DISTRIBUTOR

Mecox

 

DESIGNER

Chip Scarborough

 

MATERIAL

Glass

 

METHOD

Blown Glass

 

SIZE

6 “ diameter

 

DESCRIPTION

When I saw these sculptures for the first time, I couldn’t stop thinking about them. I really like the sense of movement that these glass knots could bring to any space.  I can see these glass sculptures in any kind of interior from traditional to contemporary. 

 

These glass knots are just fine jewelry for the home. 

 

YUMMY FACTOR
Delicious!

 

WHERE WILL YOU PLACE THESE GLASS SCULPTURES?

 

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8 comments:

Thomas U said...

Beautiful pieces - I will place them in my coffee table.

Michelle said...

OOO...yes, they would go well with Madeline's room!!

super yummy!!

I like your new side bar...I have to find a new picture for you...I have had some taken.

Best,
Michelle

Susan said...

I love these little gems... so very pretty.

Your post is so timely and right on the mark about these fabulous pieces.

I just returned from our buying trip in Toronto and saw a similar version of them at the show in various sizes and textures. We saw the knots in wire which looked very cool as well.

I fell in love with them and bought them as part of our fall merchandise line up for the store.

I can't wait until they come in. I will definitely be taking one home for my house.

cheers
Susan

echito said...

I LOVE these! Very cool, fresh and young but totally elegant at the same time! Good find :) I think I would put them in front of the mirror on my fireplace but they could also look cool on the shelf in my washroom.... oh the options!

PS - Kudos to you on the new "In coversation with" sidebar - looks very snazzy!

AB HOME Interiors said...

I originally saw these ten years ago by another glass maker, Evans Glass company. I went to their factory to learn about their product and they gave me a knot for free. I cherish it. It has to be the most valued and cherished item in my home. Of course my husband would disagree. He would argue that the plasma televisions are the most valuable. Ha, what does he know!

Love Love love the new look. And I love the "all the best" idea of putting the designers faces on the sidebar. Makes them more real. Hmmm, how do I become one of those faces?? Well Im no Barbara Barry, or Tobi fairley but I did make the cover of Nashville Home and garden. Does that count? hehe I will be waiting for the call, until then....xoxo

MEADE DESIGN GROUP said...

Thanks AB Home - I really appreciate your comments and I am sure you will soon get your own line in Target :)

I am glad you like the new design - It is hard to work things differently when everybody has the same templates to work with but we tried to do our own interpretation on All the Best's idea.

Maria Killam said...

Reminds me of Kelly Wearstler's knots!

I love, love, love your new format with all the photos, looks just amazing. Sigh. . . an example of what one's blog can look like when one is also a graphic designer.

qerat said...

I really like these pieces Ivan. I am sure they would look great placed next to candles and capturing the flickering light