I popped by Laura Lee Clark’s fantastic new Slocum Street showroom a few weeks ago and found myself drooling over the fantastic assortment of pottery and books and objets d’art — all perfectly curated into gorgeous little vignettes. In fact, the various moments of visual goodness were excellent examples of Hilary Walker’s recent advice to nix the superfluous and “concentrate on the things that are most useful, impactful, relevant, and meaningful.”
It’s good stuff, friends… I would highly recommend a visit to Laura Lee’s new digs.
And, as I mentioned in Hilary’s last post, I’d love to get a glimpse of your “useful, impactful, relevant, and meaningful” things.
Just send me a snap of the single item in your home that you deem the most beautiful and useful (it’s all about form and function friends), and I’ll pick a few to share here on the blog!
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