Guest Post: An Artist's Artistic Kitchen

Guest Post: An Artist's Artistic Kitchen

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Maxwell Ryan
Aug 7, 2006

(Welcome to Alice, one of the three finalists vying for a blogging position here at ATNY. Comment away.)

We love to appropriately mix-match vintage heirlooms, hi-tech state-of-the-art equipment, and artist/ designer collectible items. Placement is very important, given the basic spatial characteristics of the room. So for this cool, already-artistic vintage space with strong romantic personality, it is crutial that the high-tech equipment and designer items do not over saturate or dominate the space. Let the space be the designer of itself and let us be the consultant of the space. On the picture: vintage dining table and chairs, Tord Boontje's silver garland light, Kitchen Aid Professional Mixer with pasta maker attachment. Overall room aesthetic is complete thanks to the 1999 H.R. Giger's original print, vintage postcards, and "embroidered" tin ceiling.
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