Thanks in advance for allowing Gadora to indulge in a lofty thought… I’m in my new space, outfitting my home in a very glamour-goes-green aesthetic! Mid-century moves toward Hollywood Glam, with a clean conscious and sense of humor. We’ll start with the bed I’ve been dreaming of…
REPURPOSE: The reclaimed Douglas fir Gustavian bed (A Queen, natch!) from VivaTerra rescues wood from razed buildings, then is hand-planed and waxed to a fine finish. Gadora would so-ho-ho dive in. That it’s made in the USA is an added bonus.
While mirrored furniture is not a new thing, my boudoir wants something shimmery and reflective and 40’s inspired.
On a recent shopping trip to Arlington’s Thrift City, Laura and Gadora spotted this loverly arc lamp. Its plug had been chopped off and its copper wires were splayed at the end. The stand was wobbly in its marble base. But Gadora loved it.
Gadora and her Pops worked a few hours on making this lamp shine. Tediously twisting it apart to pull the chord, then carefully rewiring it with brand new parts, tightening it at the base, and wiping it clean of grime and prints.
Gadora posted it on Craigslist. Hoping it would sell, but maybe not all that bad.
George Kovacs-inspired Arc Floor Lamp with marble base. This adjustable-height floor lamp provides a glowing down-light. Finished in chrome, the body of the lamp has an adjustable arc shape. The white marble base complements the glass-like dome shade. Completely rewired. Absolutely in perfect shape.
* Adjusts from 73″ to 81″ high.
* 67″ wide.