The reception desk is covered with toys mostly painted white.
Here's a close up. Wow!
Beautiful art, beautiful furnishings, and amazing trash to treasure light fixtures and sculptures. This is excerpted from their website "Warren Muller’s sculptures radiate more than just light when displayed in the context of a home, office, restaurant or retail space. Infused with meaning, they convey a sense of excitement and delight to both our clients and their guests alike. With his partner, Interior Designer RJ Thornburg, Warren has collaborated on projects that include the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History, Digitas Healthcare and the Westin Hotel in Philadelphia."
Here's a picture of the shop in the back with shelves of cool stuff. This place is truly a hoarder's delight.
This hangs outside above the door.
The doors themselves are super cool, obviously salvaged. I had to photograph them from both sides.
I hope to make one of their openings which are held on second Thursdays of the month.
I think they inspired this little installation which my sister helped me hang in my dining room window the same week. I was also inspired by my friend Delainey Barclay, whose installation I wrote about here.