Then I remember that I have no money and my house is already full. And then I feel a little sad. Maybe one day I'll win the lottery and become an entirely different animal. (Maybe not, but a woman can dream, right?)
Anyway, the next best thing to buying, is, of course, sharing. And that's what today's post is about. I'm sharing with you the furniture of local Toronto dude Ian Devenney, who is a friend of my friend Emily. I've never even met him, but I'm in love ... with his furniture. His studio is called Foxwedge and his pieces are super-lovely.
Take a look at just a few:
Some pieces in Devenney's portfolio are still in the prototype stage, but if these finished numbers are anything to go on, I expect more excellent things in the future. And one day, maybe I'll even meet the guy. If and when I do, I'll tell him how his furniture makes me wish I hadn't wasted my time on an English degree, learning to read books, while folks like him were learning to make amazing things with their hands. Stuff like this makes me want to rethink my entire life.
Check out Foxwedge, here!