here. I've had a lot of interest in the Neon sign. It is SOLD but I am happy to make more, not a problem!
Sofa Pits are making a comeback but did you know when sofa pits first got trendy? One of the first conversation pits was in the Miller House; Columbus, Indiana, designed by Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard in the 1950's. (shown below) Architects were trying to maximize space and create a sleek line so they often recessed them. So fab. I also think they were pretty groovy in the 70's when they were the epitome of a sexy bachelor pad.
|1970's retro bachelor pad, working it on the pit. Did you notice the projector hanging from the ceiling? That's big pimpin'.|
|Terence Conran's 1974 The House Book|
|This one...not so much.|
|Yes please! found here.|
It's Friday and I'm pretty jazzed about that. Have a great weekend!