"the difference between utility and utility plus beauty is the difference between telephone wires and the spider web." // e.w. teale
it never really occurred to me that my wheelhouse met precisely in the middle between form and function.
i suppose i understood what my eye liked, but it wasn't until recently that i understood how it made me feel. it's a certain simplicity i'm aiming for - white wood, straight lines, graphic monochromes, airy wire in unexpected and day-glo hues.
i mean, who knew one could feel so passionately about a bright yellow, wire basket? like, it makes my heart smile. it's why i say i'm a simple girl with simple tastes - the chairs i'd like to rest my arse on might hover around $800 a piece, but you can't say that they are overly complicated, right?
➝ source : big bend lounge chair via cast & crew
➝ source : 18" bend basket via bendgoods
➝ source : bertoia side chair w/cushion via hive modern
➝ source : grid two shelf unit via oliver bonas
originally found at aweebitskint, where i write things on occasion.