Here's some Red Hots for all you design devils...Enjoy!
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Glorious in shades of sugar plumb and just in time for the holidays. One of our more practical flights of fancy are these hand blown long stem goblets as featured in Gourmet's November 2008 Special Holiday Issue. And special your holiday dinner would be. This glassware comes in all sorts of gorgeouos colors to compliment your festive finery. Cheers darlings.
Posted by The End of History at 6:49 PM
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
The economy looks bleak, but we all still need pretty things! London's Financial Times honored Stephen Saunders with this piece in a special interior design magazine called "Superior Interiors" they published back in 2007---when we all felt slightly more rich than we may today.
Posted by The End of History at 4:03 PM
Monday, October 20, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Just the fact that Traditional Home featured our pieces in an editorial is proof that mid-century modern isn't the only context for glass objects from the 50's and 60's. The forms feel at home in practically any interior. The flame-like color adds a hot pop to this eclectic mix featured in their "Decorate Like a Designer" issue.
Posted by The End of History at 6:07 PM
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
If you're like us, you realize the real star of this Emmy winning series is the fantastic set design. Every scene is a history lesson in mid-century chic! Want to replicate that ultra-cool 60's feeling in your home or office? Visiting our shop, The End of History , is like stepping back in time. Production Designer Dan Bishop and Set Decorator Amy Wells talk about their work in the following clip:
above photo from Entertainment Weekly Magazine
Posted by The End of History at 2:20 PM
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Monday, October 6, 2008
Friday, October 3, 2008
Ashtrays are among our favorite objects to collect. There is such a wide array of styles. Some are like giant jewels for the coffee table. We use them in unexpected ways too... as the most luxurious candy dishes, up-scale tea-candle holders, or simply placed on a desk as a paperweight or rest for a fine pen.
Posted by The End of History at 11:34 AM
Thursday, October 2, 2008
For their April 2008 "Cities We Love" issue, Town & Country featured this blue collection displayed in our trademark city-scape fashion. We feel glass looks fabulous when grouped...a great tip for the decorator who has a penchant for collecting!
Posted by The End of History at 12:08 PM