A Small Envy

Have you viewed the Architectural Digest video tour of Kendall Jenner’s new Los Angeles home? It’s a fun watch of a funky boho decor. The one thing that caused me a pang of envy was a black teapot (officially a Fellow Stagg EKG Electric Pour-Over Kettle) in her master bedroom morning bar.

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Sheep Chic

Photo: Björn Wallander

Over the years of reading shelter magazines, blogs, and visiting beautiful houses, I noticed that there are fuzzy sheep sculptures present in many of the well appointment rooms.

It was high time I found out what those chic sheep were all about. These highly valued decorative art sculptures are sold at auction upwards of the high six figures and they have inspired copies at various prices.

“..known as the Moutons de Laine, François-Xavier’s celebrated sheep sculptures were first presented with the title Pour Polytheme, a reference to a passage in Homer’s Odyssey. It describes how Ulysses and his comrades blind the cyclops Polyphemus, and escape from his cave by clinging to the bellies of his giant sheep.”-Christies.com

Bronze Sheep Sculpture With Natural Wool After Lalanne
$8,700
A rare black sheep by Francois-Xavier LaLanne set auction record for a single “MOUTON DE LAINE” AT $735,000. Sotheby’s.com
Gianluca Vacchi/photo: Kris Tamburell WSJ.com
Photo: Björn Wallander
Can my grown childrens’ former toy horse serve as a stand in for a Lalanne?