there are many things on my mind this week i want us to go over, including how to wear wide leg cropped denim in the winter, which fresh squeezed juices look best on my desk and what my friends are looking forward to this fall, and we will do all of these things in more – but first: william mclure pop-up, this morning at 11am.
this has been a big deal – we’ve been working with william for several months on an exclusive collection of work for furbish, and it’s finally time to set it free. this is the first time william’s work has been available to purchase, he only takes commissions now. plus, these pieces are accessible for new collectors, and they’re big. so they really can make a statement in a room much like william shows us in his ever-inspiring instagram posts from his birmingham loft.
i was adding details on the site this week, and included that his art can ‘un-fuss a room’, and i daresay myself, but i think that’s the perfect descriptor for it. his pieces tend to ground a southerned-up, traditional, maximalist styled room. they give the eye a much needed spot to rest, all the while elevating an already sophisticated space. make sense?
i have a piece from this collection, and i put it in a 24″ x 30″ ready made frame, floating on a piece of white linen until i can get it custom framed. this will certainly do – it’s in my bedroom and i already have become a new person in it’s presence.
the sale starts at 11am today – there are 70 originals. 50 large pieces at $1250 and 15 small, starting at $650. and as jessica put it, it’s literally the only time in life to get one. i don’t know if that’s true, but it sounds dramatic, and i enjoy that. i know our pop-ups can be a bit frenzied, so if you’d like a little piece of mind – i suggest setting up an account prior to the sale, and being signed in at 11 so checkout goes much faster.