Friday, January 20, 2012

If there is one thing that I know it's

that I know what I like and when I like something, I want to cover myself and everything around me in it.  Yes, I love embellishment whether it’s furry, shiny, sleek or lacy but that’s my fashion side.  When it comes to home decor, well that’s another story.  I'm obsessed with interior design and am always looking for ways to infuse what we already have with something new and unexpected like…
There is my obsession with Makassar ebony that after discovering it, I spent months and months searching first, for the perfect Makassar headboard, then for the ideal Makassar mantle and then for just about anything made out of it until finally, my handy husband couldn’t take it anymore and built it...Pretty amazing right!?
If I am to be completely honest with you and myself, I would wrap everything in it just because I think it’s so exotic and sexy.
But all good things must come to an end (sort of) and now that I’ve got it, I’m on to the next big thing…in my head that is.  Modular wall art and this site has some of the most unique, cool and unfortunately, most expensive designs that I’ve found so far.  Just got a quote and let’s just say that I hope Phil can do modular cause unless we find another supplier, it’s not happening. Sighhhh…
Found a few others that I love so on to researching I go...what do you guys think and can anyone recommend a co. that does these?
And yes, I’ve got walls I want wrapped and again, if it was up to me, I would cover each and every one of them but that’s me and at this point in my life, there is no changing me.  Ironically, this last piece is called "Breaking the Box" and I think I like it just for names sake!

Poor Phil, I think his biggest challenge is keeping me in the box but that’s good right? cause who wants to live in a boring old box anyway? Not me!!!


  1. Phil is quite the craftsman! Nice job! ModularArts has some really cool things. Would love to use some of their stuff in my bar room!

  2. Let me know if you do! I did some searching for a more reasonable solution and found a lot of really cool co. out there that do similar work and are more reasonable in $$$!

  3. Ooohhhhh.... Can you post some links? The wall that I would love to do is very big (8 x 25), so probably wont do immediately, but would like to start looking to estimate. Thanks Alya! :-)


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