A vintage Inspired Wedding with Caro Hutchings Photography
A CD music mix as a wedding favor, especially with the labels and cardboard sleeves that make them look like an old 78.
Fine Art Photo, Neon Sign, Record Store, Fort Worth Texas, Record Player Art, Modern Wall Art, Music Art, Musicians, Vinyl Records, Print
Fine art Photo. Record Store Neon Sign. Original fine art photograph by Sonja Quintero. Vintage record store in Fort Worth Texas, Record Town!! DESCRIPTION: Title: Record Town Print Size: 8" x 10", 11" x 14", 16" x 20", 24" x 30" specify at checkout Paper: Archival Matte (unless otherwise noted) signed & dated by me on back DETAILS: • I captured this image on my Nikon D800 digital SLR. • It will be printed in a professional lab on archival matte paper. • Watermark will not appear on…
Smile and Wave
Smile and Wave has a new home! I've transferred all of the posts from this year to Typepad and plan on bringing the rest over later this week or next for easy access and to keep the feeling of a substantial blog intact. I've still got some unpacking to do in my new space but it feels good to have a fresh, new look. Thank you for all of the sweet comments shared on Twitter and Typepad about the makeover. I'm taking the rest of the night off to relax and spend some quality time with a husband…
The Folded Record Bureau: Turntable, Record Shelf, & Magazine Shelf In One
English furniture maker Hugh Miller’s Folded Record Bureau is a play on both form and function, incorporating the features of a vintage 1985 Bang & Olufsen BeoGram 5000 turntable, complete with original controls, installed flush into a long record shelf with a fold for magazine storage at one end…Hugh’s Folded Record Bureau is currently a one of a kind creation, so you’ll just have to appreciate the craftsmanship from afar.
Simple Chic: Rooms & Furnishings
Easy, elegant and open, these examples from our House Tours exemplify the look of Simple Chic. Well proportioned and thoughtfully arranged, these rooms show that keeping clutter to a minimum by knowing what to store and what to display makes all the difference in a home. Keeping to a relatively minimalist look doesn’t have to feel cold or uncomfortable. In fact, displaying personal items keeps a home interesting and intimate.