24 October 2010

the wish list: t. h. robsjohn-gibbings chaise

t. h. robsjohn-gibbings chaise for saridis, at LA's warehouse-sized version of the wish list, JF Chen (via 1stdibs)
two of these, a sleek coffee table in-between and some gorgeous modern art, are m21's fantasy recipe for the perfect minimalist living room.

9 comments:

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

LOVE IT! Just perfect!
Teresa

artluvr said...

It will leave grid-marks on your legs when you wear shorts.

magnaverde said...

Such a minimal, perfect ensemble--with white cushions, of course--would be as serene & as inhospitable as Bill Blass' sun-filled Sutton Place penthouse, where, apparently, the total lack of comfort was the point: nothing to encourage anyone to linger unneccessarily. Blass' flawless empty spaces always remind me of the New Yorker cartoon of the Pearly Gates, with a sign out front: "WELCOME to HEAVEN. Population, 7."

maison21 said...

magnaverde- the fantabulous penthouse of mr. blass was absolutely the inspiration for my minimalist vision- one of the chicest spaces evah! excellent call on your part!

magnaverde said...

Sometimes I have a problem remembering people's names & I'm not so great with faces, either, but I never forget a beautiful room.

jones said...

That chaise (but I'll settle for a pair of RJG's klismos chairs) has been on my wish list for many moons; but the longer I wait, the pricer it becomes. Well, I guess I'm just going to have to make Joel an offer. Have a wonderful week. Mary

ArchitectDesign™ said...

Add these to my list too! or some of the klismos chairs would do nicely.
So glad to hear people talk about the apt of Bill Blass which was pure perfection! Not to mention his country house.

Karena said...

Oh how fab the design is wonderful!! I miss your visits Christian!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Suzy said...

Lovelovelove