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The Art and Craft of the Lightbulb

Jewelry for your bulb

By Regina Connell. Just a few years ago, it seemed there was always an incandescent lightbulb burned out around the house.  I’d forage in the closet where I kept them, only to realize I didn’t have the right shape/wattage on hand. I’d go out and buy … Continue reading

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Noticed: Something Not So Shiny but New

The making of a cuff

By Regina M. Connell. I’m not sure where this comes from but I’m incredibly picky about metals and finishes. Overall, patina and texture work for me, feels easier to live with and is more straightforward to blend with what you … Continue reading

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Composure: Consideration

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By Kyle Studstill. Composure If we are to do our best work in the face of constant chaos and change, perhaps we must first hone our inner virtues as guidance. Composure produces an ongoing series of reflections, guided by creative … Continue reading

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DxV: Michaël Verheyden

Michael Verheyden at Work

By Regina Connell. Belgian designer Michaël Verheyden is truly one of my favorite designers: from his aesthetic to his ethos, he epitomizes the new luxury that’s happening around us, the quiet kind that the truly discriminating are craving and questing. … Continue reading

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