Home & Design December 15, 2008


Complementary lines, angles and curves inspired by nature, designed for your home.

Just like inside your favorite childhood Cat’s-eye marbles, color flows like liquid through these mouthblown glass vessels made by Portland, Oregon, artist Lynn Everett Read. These weighty, yet translucent vases are available through Lone Star, Hailey, 208.788.9158.

Swirling white lines and curvaceous shapes inspired by delicate Venetian glass beads. Mouthblown glass Lino vases available at Lone Star, Hailey, 208.788.9158. Long and lean, ringed glass vases from Bungalow, Hailey, 208.788.3309. Handmade painted paper umbrella, Sterling Flowers, Hailey, 208.788.4199.

Whimsical ceramic geometry formed and painted by hand in the studio of American artist Jill Rosenwald. Your House, Ketchum, 208.727.0088. Purity of line in handmade metal and paper lamp from Red Door Design House, Bellevue, 208.788.9075.

This article appears in the Fall 2005 Issue of Sun Valley Magazine.