In one of the images on the feature 1st Dibs did about interior designer Suzanne Shaker recently, we spotted this clever long shelf made of two different materials, which makes for an unexpectedly interesting shelf unto itself, whether or not it holds objects or art. It was designed by Rogers Marvel Architects for a row of modern townhouses built in Brooklyn.

Suzanne’s client wasn’t sure about it and asked her about changing it. No, let’s make the most of it, said Suzanne.  And she did

, creating a minimalist tableau with a drawing by Nancy Brody is a series of pin pricks and Ted Muelings bronze egg vase.

Suzanne Shaker
Suzanne Shaker

via 1st Dibs


If you’ve found illumination, joy, or inspiration in this post, please consider supporting Improvised Life. It only takes a minute to make a secure donation that helps pay our many costs. A little goes a long way towards helping Improvised Life continue to live ad-free in the world.

Support Improvised Life ♥

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *