Friday, December 5, 2008

I Need Therapy!


Brad Ford's design blog, which I've recently discovered, absolutely delights me! It's all so elegant, neutral, contemporary, modern, clean deliciousness.

So, whacha think of this tree?

12 comments:

  1. If I didn't have children, it would be a quirky yet sophisticated statement. But I think the fun (and real beauty) is in the chopping, the messy pine needles, the decorating, and the happy children inspecting and reinspecting their handiwork.

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  2. A little too hip for me. I like it in concept. But, I like a tree to smell of forest. There are so few trees in L.A. That I cannot wait to have a big pine tree in my home to clean up after and feed bottles of 7Up to.

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  3. p.s. On my blog today( comments) I said that you should be a therapist and I come to your blog to see that you think you need therapy. Hmmm....;-)

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  4. That's the first tree to ever make me want a tree.

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  5. I love therapy! And the tree, too.

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  6. Well... with my feelings about Xmas I think it's a cool tree.

    xoxo

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  7. Miss C: I think you've called it. But don't you love it's lines?!

    Bel: I hear you. And yet - no needles to vacuum! And that's hilarious about your response to my comment being followed up by this title! Coincidence is freaky :-)

    Wendy: How gorgeously would the WB jewels hang from this?

    E: I know. Love.

    Sister: The tree is more fun than therapy, I imagine. And cheaper. I think.

    Seeker: Isn't it. It would be like an Xmas nod without going all "traditional"!

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  8. HEAVEN and that looks exactly like our buffet!!!!

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  9. Mattie: I absolutely covet that buffet. So perfect. I think you need the tree to complement it.

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  10. This tree would make an excellent necklace rack.

    It's too stark for me. I grew up without Christmas trees, without santa and basically without christmas (not for any other reason than my parents thought it 'too commercial'). So I go whole hog on the tree, my kids decorate - so it's ugly as hell and completely unbalance (all on oneside close to the ground), but one of my favourite memories was going to a neighbours house to decorate their tree, and it's something I want my kids to enjoy and love about christmas.

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  11. Imogen: I've heard that from a few others - it is a stark tree. And I love how you're giving your kids a great, over the top tradition. Let's see if they rebel and put this up when they're 25 - or if they stick to the OTT :-)

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