Some people call me a modernist, but, I’m not really. I prefer modern classicist if I have to throw my hat into the ring of ambiguous style compartmentalization. And as a modern classicist I’m allowed to like moldings, and as a former kitchen designer I’m allowed to like them and loathe them at the same time. Working with molding can be daunting and often, available styles will inadvertently turn a design into a far more traditional direction than the designer may have intended. . Enter Art for Everyday, whose great selection speaks for itself with it’s attention to every detail and a vast offering of classic components that allow full style flexibility in the project. We’re also told they’ve now added a line of fully customizable molding pieces to create modern classics that can be ordered to fit the project for a fraction of the usual custom up charge. More on that in a later post.
This is only a snapshot of the company’s booth at KBIS but we promise to follow up with more detail on the new customizable collection and of course more great product shots.
I cannot get over the detail on this piece in it’s Asian inspired design and minute detail and you see what I mean, it’s ornate and yet modern, intricate yet classic.