Interior Report: Triple Seven Home

Interior Report: Triple Seven Home

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Happy Friday Everyone!

I hope you're gearing up for the weekend. I've been pondering and pacing the floor contemplating on where to further WB and where I can implement some simple changes. I'm currently sitting at Ponder Coffee here in Mt. Pleasant and the interiors really inspired me to start talking about spaces again. I remember as a child, I would always change my room around to fully introduce a new piece to the space. Then, I saw it as just moving stuff around and making room for new things. Now with having worked at West Elm, it has seemed to be a huge part of my thinking on how a space works, how an object interacts with a space, and how the space looks as a whole. Mind you, I have no interior design degree but I do have an eye for aesthetic and color. Lets get to today's blog post. With designing a light fixture for my thesis, I've realized that I've always loved light. From learning photography to walking through Grandma's house during the holiday season. I'm always inspired on how light can refract and change within a space; and vice versa. So! Today, I want to talk about my current favorite light designer, Jess of Triple Seven Home. 

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Here's more about Jess and Triple Seven Home:

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Jess started Triple Seven in 2011.  The three sevens come from her own trio of lucky numbers - 7
is the day on which both of her daughters were born and the day + year she got married.  So, naturally 7 was her lucky number.  So began Triple Seven Home. 

While attending nursing school, Jess started TSH as a furniture company.  Something to let her creativeness flow to, something with less books and tests and a more artistic/therapeutic approach to down time  - Jess taught herself how to weld and welded all the steel furniture bases for every piece she designed and sold.  That quickly tuned into something she loved more than Nursing school and started TSH full time.  

Designing her own light pieces came quickly after that.  The eagerness that was put into creating something that truly and figuratively lit up a space, is where she knew her passion lie. 

Triple Seven Home lighting can be found all over the world - homes, restaurants, hotels and boutiques.

Jess currently lives in Grant, FL with her husband and business partner, Brian, and their two daughters:  Kamryn and Maison, and two dogs Beatrice and Jazz.  

Striving For: Creating modern pieces that will transition into any space is what TSH strives for.  Classic, simple, modern, chic.  

Favorite Material:  Brass is one of my favorite metals to work with - having aluminum running at a close second.  

Goals:  Over the past year, I have made it my mission to source not only local small businesses, but businesses that are in the USA .   TSH is very proud to say that allspun metals, cut metals and rods, metal accents + powder coating are done in the state of Florida.  

The fixtures that Jess has created are simply breathtaking. Everytime I see one of her lights in a space and or one of her photos pop up on my instagram, I instantly dream of when I can have my own space. Here are a couple examples of her amazing products:

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If you'd like to check out Jess and TSH and or get yourself a beautiful light fixture (or 5) here's her social media.

Website + Instagram + Pinterest

Talk to you soon!

-Ty

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