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Minimalism Meets Nostalgia

 

An iron credenza / display case made by Philadelphia-based iron furniture maker Gary Magakis for Judith Beermann. Photo by Judith Beermann.

An iron credenza / display case made by Philadelphia-based iron furniture maker Gary Magakis for Judith Beermann. / Photos by Judith Beermann.

BACK IN MARCH we featured the Washington condo of Judith Beermann, publisher of the  Georgetown Dish website. Minimal, minimal.

Espresso cups collected by Judith Beermann's late mother. / Photo by Judith Beermann.

Espresso cups collected by Judith Beermann’s late mother.

But Judith mentioned back then that she had a piece of furniture in mind that could display–in minimal fashion, of course–mementos from her mom, particularly a collection of tea cups and espresso cups.

Good to her word, Judith recently commissioned Philadelphia-based iron-furniture maker Gary Magakis to accommodate her look and her needs. But we’ll let her tell her story.

–Nancy McKeon

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