When you find what you're not looking for

Yesterday while visiting another store I came across with Transit Culture a studio that does everything from product design to Identity Design. The studio itself is worth a visit because it's beautifully decorated and very inspiring. You can see the workers working in the back. I especially love what they do with plaster. Above is a decorative bracket I got, together with one for a client, which I'll convert into a wall table for a very narrow space in the entrance. I'm not sure what I'll do with mine (top image) maybe make it into a sconce? I love it because I'm a definite admirer of everything that resembles Serge Roche's work.
Below are two pieces that I got at a vintage/antique shop around our neighborhood. My husband jokes about me being this store's best client because almost every other day I come home with something I find there. Remember this? You should see my garage. But hey, when you have a vision you have to have the resources... right? I don't have an image of how the ottoman looked before, unfortunately I get carried away with the exiting outcome and always forget to take before pictures. I got it covered in "Melinda" fabric by Alan Campbell in navy on tint and embellished it with a braided jute trim I got at M & J trimming. Bottom image is a black lacquered decorative column I found buried under a few old dining tables.

images by moi
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