Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Thursday, December 09, 2010
Holmes Wilson Tables The Style Files is a daily blog by Danielle de Lange about design and (life)style. With her keen eye we are pleased that she has chosen to post our work!
Today I’m loving … these beautiful tables with leaf print from Holmes Wilson. These Pliny tables have impressions of leaves from Inula, Sage, Echium, Artichoke, Eucalyptus, Calla Lily, and Banana. You may also request a leaf of your choice. Each seat is unique and hand made.
Monday, November 22, 2010
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Saturday, November 13, 2010
You decide for yourselves. Pamela Holmes has been creating botanical and semi-abstract concrete panels that make you feel like you're looking at art with the same types of seduction and painterly traits of great artworks. Each panel is a unique, one of a kind piece that is ready to hang. Currently The Gardener in Berkeley, CA and Liave in Seattle have some in their stores. Pamela uses leaves like Nasturtium, Tobacco, Echium, and Inula and these are just some examples of the types of leaves she has used to create them. One can request a particular variety of leaves if available and applicable to the process. To see or purchase panels contact Pamela, go to our website, or go the stores mentioned to see them in person.
Sunday, November 07, 2010
Pamela Holmes and I (Brad Wilson) began our table exploration in 1995 although we were involved in sculptural ferro cement processes much earlier.
Currently what's hot with Holmes Wilson are designs like our Cone Table, a round five legged table that comes in 56", 48, and 36" rounds. The black walnut version is doing well. Also, our Ojo Table seems to be a hot ticket. This solid design features a heavy gauge steel base adorned with a concrete top. Our Cypress Block Table continues to be consistent as do Pamela's distinct Freyja Coffee Table and Pliny Table. Visit our website at www.holmeswilson.com to contact us.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Thursday, October 07, 2010
Ok, it's been awhile I so want to bring you up to speed with whats been happening. I'll just touch on a couple of new things for now.
First, we've been selling our work at the Summer House Gallery in Marin and that's going well. If you're in the area it is well worth a visit with their new space "57" is a showcase of one of a kind furniture and other exquisite items. We usually have a few pieces on display.
Things to look out for on our website at www.holmeswilson.com
The Ojo Table is a solid and very grounded steel and concrete dining table that will also suffice for much leg space. Made from 3/8" gauge steel sealed with a satin clear finish.
Pamela's "Pliny Table" continues to be a popular small end table or seat that is 16" in diameter and priced right. The botanical options abound.
The Cone Table particularly the walnut based version with its five 3.75" x 7" solid walnut legs is once again becoming popular and is available in 56" round tops, 48", and 36" round. The base is sealed with an oil finish and clean lines that define this table. The above version is in reclaimed redwood.
If you get curious please check out our website at www.holmeswilson.com