I have long admired the amazing work of designer/artist Ted Muehling– he of the most desired candlesticks on the PLANET, according to yours truly. I mean, a collection of these traditional yet modern beauties is truly something to behold (and pass down to future generations). Naturally I want them in gold, which would be about $3,000 for that nice grouping down there, but we all need goals in life right?
Ted also does amazing work in ceramics and porcelain for Nymphenberg. I personally adore the hand painted little insect plates and accessories.
More beautiful home wares in porcelain…
Aren’t these little votives just MAGIC?
Plates shaped like wings are unique and would be amazing on a coffee table (I picture just a singular one)
These egg vases are so simple but SO beautiful (Ina Garten has them on her nightstand, so you know they are good)
Ted also is a very talented jewelry designer… this bracelet is so charming and elegant in it’s natural beauty.
A plethora or FABULOUS earrings….
These cuffs are so modern but subtle in their material and color. A great accent to make a ho-hum ensemble slightly edgy.
Ted’s store in Manhattan is drop dead (and a must visit for me next time I’m in the Empire state). The wall color, the wood work, the marble busts! I take some serious inspiration away from it for a home, actually.
Wood framed chairs look great when covered in sheepskin hides (saves of reupholstering and look so natural!)
Ted’s Sag Harbor living room has the same vibe as his store
For us Bostonians, you can see his stuff at the GORGEOUS E.R. Butler on Charles Street in Beacon Hill, which is stunning in it’s own right!