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I realy like that library
Thanks for commenting. Glad you stopped by.
I’m amazed what folks can do with small spaces. Everything in its place. Sergei must love working out of his comfortable home. The metal signs are so at home with him.
Slavic energy, indeed, Sabina! That’s exactly what I was thinking. I picture Sergei motoring away on that sewing machine, expressing his individualism, and casting aside the decades of totalitarianism that so cruelly yoked his people. Na Zdrowie!
fabulous – i am all about the energy! great feature on this family & his work. dayle
Sergei and his space are like one. There is a sense of simplicity and pride. Everything is just lovely!
Thanks for the comments. I really liked meeting Sergei and his family. They had a wonderful energy. Everyone, including his daughter was cool and laid back. Love his denim work.
Love it! The creative vibe oozes from the space. That vintage sewing maching…perfection! Thanks for sharing. 🙂
There is a Slavic energy to the apartment…reminds me of random spaces around Sarajevo. Lovely. And lovely bags he makes.