Friday, February 16, 2018

Need an Aesthetic Update? The Time is Wright (Now)

 Instinctively and naturally if you beautify your own life, you beautify the life of everybody around you. 
- Frank Lloyd Wright®

Need inspiration to help beautify your surroundings? Well, we've got the Wright stuff! Our new Frank Lloyd Wright® (American, 1867-1959) accessories have arrived and each item is every bit his signature style. Featuring simple geometric shapes yielding to more complex ornamental schemes in the Prairie Style he helped innovate, they are magnificent micro-manifestations of his modern aesthetic.
 Do you believe in magic? Modeled after Wright's famous sprite garden sculptures at Midway Gardens House in Chicago c. 1913, our delightful sprites will spring forth from your decor. Individually hand-sculpted, cast and hand-painted, these unique pieces are sure to enchant.
Restore the sparkle to your space with scintillating stained glass. All linear harmony and geometric balance, this panel perfectly embodies the Prairie School style of architecture. Inspired by art glass windows, skylights and lay-lights from Frank Lloyd Wright’s® Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, NY (1903) it will invigorate while you decorate!
 Tie these on and you might just feel like a new human. Two brand new tailored ties are handmade jacquard silk with details from Frank Lloyd Wright’s® unpublished Liberty Magazine covers circa 1926-1927. Smarten up your look with gorgeous graphic design and standout style.

Frank Lloyd Wright® Circular Plate / Frank Lloyd Wright® Rectangular Plate
 Thirsty for a burst of bright? Featuring a detail from March Balloons Frank Lloyd Wright® (American, 1867-1959) and hand-painted to give it energy and vibrancy, these plates add kaleidoscopic color to your collection.

Spring decorating: are you doing it Wright?

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