|3 Nest-A-Bye British made tubular steel stacking chairs,|
Made in the midlands under the Sebal (Stack-A-Bye) brand.
Little did i know that tubular chairs would become such a big part of my life.
The way we furnish our homes is said to reveal our personality, both real & aspirational but it can also subconsciously influence & inspire future generations, this was recently evident as i rediscovered three items while helping to tidy up my dads shed.
I am not a minimalist, I am not a hoarder. I have been conditioned by the environment that i grew up in but I would like to think that I can understand & appreciate what i consider to be both good & bad design.
I have no desire to live in a museum, objects and interiors should be functional yet beautiful, Trinkets should be kept to a minimum, Collections can be large but should be defined & constantly edited.
The items in my dads shed that I remember playing with as a child appear to have clear links to my design choices and the objects that i still play with today.
|'Watch Makers Drawers' that used to be in my Grans kitchen,|
no idea if they really were watch makers drawers but they were always
stuffed with string, paper, pencils and what-nots.
|Enamel Sign, One of a few different signs in the garage,|
representing Typography, Workshops, Materials.
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