Located in the village of Abiquiú, some 60 miles from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe’s historic home and studio stands as a source of constant inspiration. In this century-old structure, the adobe walls and the viga-and-latilla ceilings are typical of New Mexican Pueblo style architecture, and yet the artist has added her personal touch through a 3-year-long rehabilitation process. Large windows provide expansive views of the desert landscape. The furnishings are minimal, utilitarian and modern. Though little of her art is displayed, the objects that have informed her work - bones, branches, and her rock collection - can be found thoughtfully placed throughout the space.
Inspired by this zen-like simplicity, we put together a collection of interior images and artifacts. Enjoy the organic shapes, the neutral colors, and the primitive beauty of the original materials.
Images from top left: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum; 7: Airbnb France; 8: Sibilia Incense Holders; 9: Injiri Rebari Pillow; 10: Injiri Jat Lumbar Pillow; 11: Colectivo 1050° Black Clay Plates; 12: Cheeta is the New Black; 13: Sibilia Stardust Trays; 14: Hand Carved Cake Stand; 15: Colectivo 1050° Bartola Jug.
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