Julie Frith
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"Hi Julie, I was in Sewell Gallery a few days ago dropping off some work and really enjoyed seeing your mobiles in person! They are gorgeous!"
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Dwell likes my Mobiles!

MobileIf mobiles are meant to stimulate baby brain function, this simple, modern design from Julie Frith should make for some inspired little ones. Totless? Try hanging it in the living room, where it will just as easily delight the adults.http://www.humboldt1.com/~mobiles/Dwell at home in the modern worldproduct of th dayhttp://www.dwell.com/products/daySee More
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Eureka,CA
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Mobiles by Julie Frith
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I make mobile art sculptures for the home, galleries, cooperate offices, and babies. Custom color right on line, size and design. All handmad and made to order.
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http://www.humboldt1.com/~mobiles/

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Feng Shui Balance - Modern Decor

Posted on September 4, 2009 at 12:34pm 0 Comments

When designing a room for a client... one of the first things you need to ask, is how arty can one get? Designers can go all out, crazy with color, texture, and money... but when your client asks for simple and clean, this is what they should get. Not too many colors, keeping it clear of chaos and menagerie. This is a great example of good clean design. Simple furniture, simplistic colors and elegance. Mobiles adding a repetitive pattern from the… Continue

Dwell likes my Mobiles!

Posted on February 23, 2009 at 11:52am 0 Comments

Mobile

If mobiles are meant to stimulate baby brain function, this simple, modern design from Julie Frith should make for some inspired little ones. Totless? Try hanging it in the living room, where it will just as easily delight the adults.

http://www.humboldt1.com/~mobiles/



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At 6:14pm on April 17, 2012, Erin Austin said…

Hi Julie, I was in Sewell Gallery a few days ago dropping off some work and really enjoyed seeing your mobiles in person! They are gorgeous!

At 8:10am on March 8, 2010, Norine Kevolic said…
Thanks for the compliment, Julie. I enjoyed viewing your fantastic mobiles!
At 12:54pm on October 22, 2009, Stevie B. said…
Love the mobiles!
 
 
 

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