Back in 1947, Frank Lloyd Wright proposed this mushroom-like structure to be built high in the Hollywood Hills, as a home for the Huntington Hartford Sports Club. This was among his more fanciful drawings, intriguing if not structurally practical.
Photo By: A+D Museum
As seen on GAC's Junk Gypsies, lots of unusual items can be found for sale at the Junk Gypsy Store.
Photo By: Matt Blair
Photo By: Photo courtesy of Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes, junkgypsyblog.com
Handmade New Mexico: Kiln-Worked Glass Bowl by Sunflower Glassworks
Sunflower Glassworks owner, Mary Datwyler, loves glass! Fascinated with stained glass windows as a child, she began working with glass as an adult. What started out as a fun hobby, quickly became a home-based business. She works in stained glass, fused/kilnworked glass and lampwork glass. She is also a brick and mortar glass shop owner, all-ages glass instructor and a full-time glass artist with pieces on six of the seven continents. Her gorgeous kiln-worked glass bowl is featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
Photo By: Don Hamilton Studio
Lobby Lounge: Hotel Victor in South Beach
Design firm Yabu Pushelberg skillfully combined neutral tones with natural materials and textures to create an approachable living space which is reflected in subtle interior touches such as the sleek wooden floors and soft linen chairs and drapery.
Photo By: Ken Hayden
Handmade Maine: Wine Bottle Tealights by Conversation Glass
Matt and Grace Staudenmaier’s Etsy store was inspired by a toast and a great conversation. They turn cast off bottles into stunning, conversation-worthy glass pieces for home and business. Each glass is hand-cut and hand-sanded, and one of a kind. These upcycled wine bottle tealight holders were featured in the family room of DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.