Thursday, February 17, 2011

product crush: jamie beckwith collection

Photo via Jamie Beckwith Collection
There is an innovative collection of wood products that I have discovered and consequently fallen in love with.  Serious wood LOVE.  In the comment section of a Beckwith Interiors album on Design Shuffle.com, I wrote, "How do I love thee, let me count the ways...!"  While I have seen end-grain wood used in flooring applications, I had not seen it used on a wall.  Jamie Beckwith's Projection is nothing short of stunning!  The texture is raw, organic and unexpected.   The product even caught the eye of designer Candice Olson and was used in a bathroom project on episode #6 of HGTV's "Candice Tells All."  Jamie's collection also includes some original wood flooring patterns that are just as amazing.  Take a look and see what you think.  Are there any cool products you are crushing on?  I'd love to hear about it!

Carrie
 

photo by Beckwith Interiors Album - Jamie Beckwith Collection, Projection
Projection


photo by Beckwith Interiors Album - Jamie Beckwith Collection, Jigsaw
Jigsaw


photo by Beckwith Interiors Album - Jamie Beckwith Collection, Hive
Hive


photo by Beckwith Interiors Album - Jamie Beckwith Collection, Oblique
Oblique


photo by Beckwith Interiors Album - Jamie Beckwith Collection, Lotus
Lotus




4 comments:

  1. thanks for your message and I'm over here visiting - love this post and the zigsaw wooden puzzle is fabulous! hope to meet you next week in CA at the design blog conference -- wrote a post today about a recent road trip through CA and how it inspired me in my home and design http://nestnestnest.blogspot.com It's getting me excited for next week's trip. best, Tamara Stephenson

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  2. Bruce,

    These products are so amazing! Thank you for stopping by!

    Carrie

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  3. Tamara - The zigsaw puzzle floor is fun, isn't it! I am looking forward to conference next week. I will make an effort to find you and say hello! I am headed over to your blog!

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