Monday, May 9, 2011


I have long been a fan of Stray Dog Designs, so it was great to see that West Elm was collaborating with them this season to bring some great pieces in white with a great sculptural quality. I remember speaking with Stray Dog founder Jane Gray years ago at market in Atlanta and she was very gracious and warm. I admire their commitment to use recycled materials and pay fair wages to their craftspeople - a win/win for everyone. I also really like this new lamp, although the shade has been toned down/neutralized a bit for the mass market could be juiced up again with a little tweaking or new shade altogether. You can find it here.

This side table is another great "textured" piece that caught my eye.

Check out more of Stray Dog Designs here


debra @ 5th and state said...

love stray dog products and is so unusual to see such neutrals. wonder if they are still using that huge glass finial for west elm?

great post

Brillante Interiors said...

Funny name for a creative company I did not know until today.

pve design said...

Funny, I keep going back and forth and eyeing some of the Stray Dog Designs - which I love for the simplicity.

Tiffany from HOLIDAY said...

Ooohhh...I like it, too. I also love that simple, not overly contrived setting w/ the books and pictures.

Val said...

The side table is amazing.

Claudia Lane said...

Here's the proof that simple is always effective.
Lovely post:))
Hope you are having a lovely day

Megan said...

Love that lamp, I need to go check them out. Love their name!


Hena Tayeb said...

Cool name..not going to forget that one. I love the side table.

Atelier de Chiqui said...

Woww! trendy name for good ideas. Less is more :)
Have a nice week Anne!!

Lila said...

I love that lamp! Crazy cool!
Lila Ferraro

Beach House Living said...

Great lamp!