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the dinder family’s georgian home.

April 4th, 2011 · 3 Comments

T-Magazine‘s Spring Design Issue just hit newsstands this weekend, and my jaw dropped when I saw the Studio Job Bavaria cabinet in a spread about a family home in the Georgia countryside. I saw the cabinet at last year’s Moss party during ICFF and was obsessed with it then but wondered how it would work in someone’s home. Now I know: Add a smattering of Case Study Fiber-Glass Chairs from Modernica, an enormous country style dining table, and a Droog chandelier, and the piece manages to unite the space.

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Posted by: kimberly phillips · Tags: architecture · art · design · interiors

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  • 1 Paula Roegge // Apr 5, 2011 at 3:16 am

    I LOVE this. We still have 2 rooms left to do from the studs up in our house. One of them is the dining room, and this has given me some amazing ideas. Thank you!

  • 2 Ellen (Turning Pages) // Jun 23, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Nice blog you have! Great to see you reblogged my Dachshund book.
    I see you post quite a lot of Dutch design. The lamp over the table in this picture was designed by a friend of ours, Rody Graumans for Droog Design.

  • 3 kimberly phillips // Jul 6, 2011 at 12:26 am

    Thank you so much! You’ve got a great blog yourself. I confess, I’m a dutch design junkie, there’s just so much innovation and thoughtful contribution to the community. louise campbell and hay are two of my favorites. so cool that your friend designed that light. i love droog, too!