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Design Sleuth: Metal Clips as Art Holders

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 30, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Jan 23, 2015

In the home of art collector and midcentury furniture dealer Demetrio Zanetti, high (velvet lounge chair, midcentury table and light) mixes well with low (metal clips as art hanging system).  Above: Two canvases hang from metal clips nailed to the wall. Photograph by  Davide Lovatti . Above: Zanetti's finds come directly from his own 20th-century design gallery, Demos Mobilia , in Chiasso, Switzerland. Photograph by Davide Lovatti . Above: Vintage Binder Clips from Etsy have more character than new ones from Staples; a set of Seven Binder Clips is $15 from Pivot 180. Above L: A pack of 100 blued steel Forged Nails is £6 ($9.07) from Objects of Use in Oxford, England. Above R: A Set of Four Hand-Forged Iron Nails is $12 from Brook Farm General Store. Take a look at more of our  Design Sleuth  posts: Faux Branch Good Enough to Fool the Experts Brass Napkin Rings Sourced at the Hardware Store Black Sheepskin Throws A Dan Flavin–Inspired Light More Stories from Remodelista Required Reading: Faculty Department We Make Tables. That's What We Do. High/Low: Modo Chandelier






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