I recently attended a fascinating presentation by PPG Paints all about Frank Lloyd Wright colors. PPG now owns Wright’s original 1955 paint color palette, formerly created for now-defunct Martin Seynour Paints. The collection includes the original Frank Lloyd Wright colors used in two of his most acclaimed projects, Fallingwater and Taliesin West. Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) […]
I went on a little vacation last week with Mr. Man and the kids! We picked the most important things we each wanted to do while there, and mine was to visit architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s home and studio and tour the surrounding architectural mecca of Oak Park. YAYYYYYY!!!! The historic paint colors of Oak […]
Mr. Man took me on a surprise day trip on Friday, and he did not disappoint! I know he looks angry here, but that’s just because we are old and aren’t good at selfies – he was struggling to find the camera button on my phone.
Creating furniture arrangements that make people feel welcomed and invited into a space is an art. Rooms that have all the seating facing the television makes guests feel, well, unimportant. Or at least not as important as that dang television. Fabulous Conversation Area
Last February, I visited American architect Frank Lloyd’s Wright infamous home, Taliesen West. Nestled in the desert of Phoenix, Arizona, Taliesen West was not only the home in which he spent much of his last 20 years – it was, and still is, a school of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright started an apprentice program in 1932 and […]