[Photo by Roger Davies via Architectural Digest]
I thought I'd already done a guitar-spotting post a couple of years ago. Not music rooms, like Sheryl Crow's above (although, it's a personal fave), but interiors styled with guitars casually propped here and there for magazine shoots. If I did, apparently I didn't think to label the post with any logical words such as musical instruments or simply guitar.
[Chloe Sevigny's East Village house, as seen in House & Garden, January 2006.
Decoration by David Cafiero, of Cafiero Select. Photography by Francois Halard*.]
Not sure if I'll revisit the guitars-in-rooms theme or not, but I indulged in a little guitar-related daydreaming this morning after reading this over at I Miss You When You Blink, one of my bi-weekly
[18th-century indigo-dyed, hand-piled ramie cloth via Sri]
And speaking of continuing education, a reminder: Sharon S. Takeda, LACMA's Senior Curator and Head of the Department of Costume and Textiles, presents Ai: The Japanese Love of Indigo at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 at The Textile Museum in D.C. $25 for non-members. Advance registration required.
*Update 5.5.12: Cafiero image added after I retrieved it from a past post labeled with "David Cafiero" but not "guitar."