Hemp and linen t-shirts are sewn and knotted onto foam pillow shapes.
The simple modular units on top of a regular book case can be configured to accommodate the contents.
Bowling balls and a plant stand in front of a mirror add whimsy and depth.
A Mission style desk provides studio workspace and can become a dining table with a quick shift of the machines. Old suitcases act as a bureau. A magnetic knife rack attached to side of the desk keeps scissors handy.
Another bowling ball is on another iron plant stand . The green plastic garden table will return outdoors when something more interesting is found to replace it here. A length of silver flashing rolled into a column and pierced with a design like the old pie cupboards is being considered.
A draw leaf table has slide out leaves to extend the eating or working area.
An Australian bushmint plant offers clippings for scented bouquets and invites touching to release the fragrance.
Stretchy material has been pulled over an old wooden windsor chair and a tiny carpet used as a seat cover.
The angled mirror reflects the bird feeders outside the window.
The intent was to have a narrow slatted bed suggesting Japanese style but this futon base happenstance'd and expanded the vision. The floating aspect and contrast of narrow space to the wider wood elements are visually pleasing.
An orikeito (fabric folding) art piece is done daily with the amber fleece blanket.
The dressmaking form has a work-in-progress draped on it - scrunching and securing material in the ongoing exploration of playing with energy and producing a garment.
The project is satisfying and satisfactory; the dress form is not and a substitute is being searched for.
The small bureau was used as a sample by a traveling salesman; so said the seller at a garage sale, his daughter.