When you step into this family-owned restaurant, it feels like you've come out the other side of a Jules Verne Time Machine. The interiors are custom made and beautifully designed in Steampunk. The lighting is amazing! Complete with a "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" upside-down antique diving helmet turned light fixture. Colorful vintage bottles reflect beautiful light and a large screen shows continuous funny & romantic silent movies. The bar is known for it's "vintage cocktails" and we enjoyed some "giggle water." Rich gnocchi and fried baby carrots with greens intact and fresh, crisp salad were topped off with lightly-sweet strawberry mousse and pistachio crumbles. Delicious.
Reminiscent of A-Frame Log Cabins, this is quite the "Room With a View." Built by Sunray Kelley, this BioFuel Hybrid Home is named "The Gypsy Wagon." Starting with a 1984 Toyota Dolphin Camper, Sunray used sustainable building materials to create his own design complete with a solar/electric/diesel power plant.
U.K. artist, Stuart Haygarth, designed this chandelier out of primarily plastic debris that washed up on the Kent coastline. It is so beautiful. This lighting fixture is part of a series of ten chandeliers that sold out in 2004. A close-up of the materials...
Teesha Moore is known to be a pioneer in multi-media art. She and her husband, Tracy Moore (Zettiology) started the renowned ArtFest in Washington. Her journal pages are worth a look here, they are wonderful!