Varaluz 124P09M Recycled Aluminum Nine Light Medium Pendant from the Pinwheel Collection Pinwheel takes elegance on a playdate with lighting modeled on a whimsical childhood toy. This Varaluz Collection is based on an ingenious concept: a simple sphere, covered in individual pinwheels that have been fashioned from recycled aluminum. As a single sphere, Pinwheel is arresting; as a triple-configuration, it makes any foyer worth entering; plus, it can also add whimsy to a wall, ceiling or table. Much like the toy that inspired it, Pinwheel offers hands-on opportunities for play: to achieve different look, change to colored bulbs. Some assembly is required, which creates more fun for all. The Pinwheel Collection uses recycled aluminum that has been cut and twisted into mini pinwheels and attached to a simply sphere. The effect is elegant, aerodynamic, arresting…and breezy! We recommend periodic dusting with compressed air for cleaning. Also, changing moods is as easy as changing the
Owen Desk - Our Owen Desk Presents A Clean, Classic Look That Will Complement Virtually Any Contemporary Decorating Scheme. With Its Ample Desktop, Three Drawers And Two Lower Shelves, This Desk Will Help You Keep Your Projects Organized And Accessories Out Of Sight. Two Narrow Drawers And One Long Drawer. Two Shelves. Constructed Of Solid Wood And Wood Composites. Your Choice Of Finish.
"Wood construction. Ivory bonded leather upholstery. Espresso finish legs. Silver nailhead trim. Seat height is 18"". 34"" high. 31"" wide. 29"" deep."
Black painted and chrome plated steel desk lamp designed by Christian Dell for Kaiser & Company. The height is slightly variable but the lamp is about 17" tall, the base and shade both have a diameter of 6-1/2". Black painted and chrome plated steel desk lamp designed by Christian Dell for Kaiser & Company. The height is slightly variable but the lamp is about 17" tall, the base and shade both have a diameter of 6-1/2".
This portrait of the always-fashionable Audrey Hepburn, wearing an Edwardian bowler of brushed Melusine by Hubert de Givenchy, appeared in the August 15, 1964, Vogue. Although hats can beautifully emphasize, and even exaggerate, one's features—as seen here—they quickly fell out of fashion during this time. Photograph by Cecil Beaton.