Designers consider all the surfaces of a space, but sometimes overlook the volume. These mobiles and pendants fill that space beautifully!
The Blue Fin Restaurant at the W Times Square- look at these great little pieces of driftwood, hung like a school of fish...genius. The wall is by Surface Interiors, interior design by Yabu Pushellberg. My sister and I stayed there a few years back, and ate several times here. The great part is, as a guest, you get access into Randy Gerber’s Whiskey Bar downstairs.
Quiver by Mobile Factory- they make custom mobiles as well.
Mobile Factory- a great modern piece for that mix we love today, and being white, it doesn’t demand too much attention.
Adrift Mobiles- so understated, I love the neutral tones, and they come in so many configurations- I think these are my favourites!
Propeller Design designed this Pomegranate chandelier- which I was wondering about when I saw it in the lobby of the Black Rock. It’s really large! The one they used in Ucluelet was shades of green and 48 inches square .
The Columbus by Flensted- made of wood boats and paper sails.
The Flow by Steve De Spirito; available at the Hanging Mobile Factory
Japanese Maple available at the Hanging Mobile Factory
Fling in Copper and SS by the Hanging Mobile Factory- 40 inches tall
Gingko Biloba by Moon Lily -available at the Hanging Mobile Factory
Horse Mobile by the Hanging Mobile Factory- made of coloured plastic shapes.
Camber by Adrift -natural bamboo with a walnut finish, steel swivels, and clear monofilament lines. Finished with non-toxic natural oils. Hangs 30" tall by 40" wide.
Designer Hervé van der Straeton via Studio Annetta
Interior by Scott Salvador- the Kipps Bay Showhouse
Interior by Rose Tarlow, photos by Scott Frances, Architectural Digest
And lastly, look how Jeffrey Billhuber fills that space…with a Pirate ship…of course!
And- half of a tree in a vase! (I am really into him right now, since purchasing his book Luxury).