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meresine

by Grace Bonney

i am absolutely obsessed with the work of designer . ziegler is the creative force behind french design studio, . i first saw her work in and went to investigate and found that she had much, much more to offer. i’m emailing sandrine now to find out about purchasing lighting in the us, but it seems that is carried at a few shops in the states, but i’m not sure about the lighting. i have been looking for the perfect table lamp and i can finally stop searching- these pieces are exactly what i was looking for. meresine’s lighting is both elegant and modern- the floral imagery is perfectly girly, but with the right amount of edge that makes them perfect for any home. ziegler’s gorgeous digitally printed shades come with even lovelier bases that double as a tiny bookshelf or storage for odds and ends. i’m investigating prices and purchasing so i’ll update asap. in the meantime to drool away over some truly lovely lamps. i love when modern meets feminine in such an elegant way. [lovely work, ms. ziegler]

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  • hi brian

    yup, i’ve posted rough photos before, if you go to my flickr page (just click on one of the snaps to the left and go to my main page) you can see the d*s apt project folder. this is our ROUGH start. i’ve been working hard on changes, but haven’t gotten where i want to be yet, but when i do i’ll update. thanks for asking though- we just moved so we’re still trying to paint, spackle and redo things in our spare time…

    d*s

  • Gotta start somewhere. That is the fun of it all anyway right? Bringing it to life.

    That place has lots of character and I’m sure you two will make it even more wonderful.

    And look! A Design Ideas Mesh CD Box in the bathroom! :)

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