Using shed antlers for home décor is interesting, certainly. But using this ornamentation for something utilitarian? Resourceful.
Walking into a cigar shop without a personal guide can be a slightly overwhelming experience for some. While the cigar has a rich history that dates back to the days of Columbus and most guys have had their share of stogies, few of us claim to be aficionados.
Greg Tenenbown has a knack for placement. Sitting in his living room, the furniture seems to rest in the ideal location. Conversation seems to flow naturally, and yet the arrangement of furnishings is somewhat unconventional. So it comes as no surprise that Greg served as an interior designer for a period of time.
It didn’t take long for Clay Adams to realize that if he wanted the perfect dining room table, he was going to have to pick up a hammer.
Sometimes “progress” can’t trump an experience. Listening to a vinyl record, waiting in anticipation for film to develop, the sound of a typewriter or flipping through the pages of an old book – these are just a few of the things that many still love despite advances in technology.
The enjoyment of a fine, handcrafted smoking instrument has been around for quite some time. Famous thinkers, authors, musicians and kings – gentlemen the centuries over – have participated in this pastime that invites us to shun the hurried pace of the day, slow down and appreciate the moment.