Every once in a while, I come across a piece of furniture so beautiful and so interesting that it reminds me of the reasons why I chose to be an interior designer. There are man-made objects, meant to be used, that are so fantastical they put a smile on your face. They remind you that the world is full of art and artists, and very occasionally they get the recognition they deserve. Even more occasionally, you can own a tiny slice of their brilliance. These pieces are not always practical, often not even comfortable, and usually not the least bit affordable. But they exist, and that fact is somehow incredibly joyful.
Here, a very small and random sampling:
Next week: All things acrylic.
Zisi Naimark holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The New York School of Interior Design and has been working for professional design firms since 2012. She lives in Kew Gardens Hills, where she is tolerated by her husband and sons. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.