February 8, 2023
7 Picks From L. Bonime Design That Master The Art of Minimalism
“This sconce’s organic shape is reminiscent of a mermaid’s purse [the casing that protects a shark’s embryo] that can be found in waters off Portland’s coast.”
“The texture and ceruse finish result in a pattern that contrasts well with [adjacent] wide-plank oak flooring, to help define the bar and main dining area in an otherwise open space.”
Custom professional range
“Deep cerulean blue for a backsplash draws your eyes toward the action in an open kitchen.”
Jenny wall sconce
“This playful sconce provides a sculptural element and soft, indirect light inside a simple, dark, and moody water closet.”
“This local furniture company’s philosophy of using simple, native, high-quality materials aligned with our intent to lean into a quintessentially Maine aesthetic in Twelve.”
Murmuration ceramic sculpture
“This ceramic wall mural provides a minimalist yet ever-changing textural focus in a main dining space.”
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