When I arrived in Sarasota, I only brought a small truckload of things that I wanted to start the next chapter of life. Having to haul my belongings 2000 miles, made me very choosy. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a sofa to sit on, but what I did bring was lots of art. Black and white photography has always had a gravitational pull on me. I have stacks of it. I also have a few of those blurry stretched canvases that either look like a sea scene or a paint spill depending on your appreciation of modern art.
My new nest has 12 foot ceilings, so I thought surely all my frames would find their way onto a wall. For days, I walked into each room carrying a beloved picture and holding it up on the wall to see how it would look. I didn’t even bother to put a nail into the plaster, they all looked puny.
While I love the look of several pictures clustered together, sometimes you gotta go big.
My new favorite thing is a clock that I found online called the Upton Clock by Cooper Classics.
The open design makes it appear sculptural.
It’s a whopping 45” round, so it is a tad smaller than Big Ben.
This baby can rock out a wall.
Plus, it also makes it really hard to not know that I am running late.
The barefooted designer,