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Hunholz, Jen. "Head's Up." M Magazine. June 2015: Page 52. mmagazinemilwaukee.com. Web. Jan 25, 2016.
Fringe was featured as one of twelve 'At Home With' favorites from 2015 in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Fresh section!
"John Edbauer, a well-known interior designer and a part-owner of Fringe, a design and home furnishings store in Whitefish Bay, knew he found a house that would be the perfect backdrop for his collection of art when he saw his midcentury ranch in Bayside. His collection includes the work of Wisconsin artists Dan Stauff and John Mominee, and he has an Andy Warhol authorized screen print reproduction by Sunday B. Morning. His artwork, which tends to be contemporary in the graphic or pop art style, fills his home, and he says he "wallpapered the walls" in his office with artwork for a cozy office look. The home's main bathroom even features a large painting as a focal point."
To view the full original article featured in April, 2015, please click here.
Kempinger Demski, Joanne. "'At Home With' favorites from 2015." Fresh. 16 Jan. 2016. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Web. 19 Jan. 2016 <http://www.jsonline.com/features/home/at-home-with-favorites-from-2015-b99643444z1-365054731.html>
Herrick, Nancy A. "Bayside Ranch a perfect canvas for interior designer." Fresh. 17 Apr. 2015. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Web. 19 Jan. 2016
Image Credits (all): Mike De Sisti
Is brass making a comeback? According to M Magazine it is! This month, Fringe was featured in M Magazine's article "Accent with Brass", showing a number of trendy ways to add warmth to your home decor with brass accents.
In the article, Interior Designer John Edbauer explains the difference between the vision of brass that pops into our head from past eras versus the beautiful variations we are seeing today. "We're not looking at it like brass, we're looking at it as a warm accent. The old brass reminds me of the '80's. This brass is soft and dull and warm and beautiful."
If you're thinking of making a change to your interior, consider warm brass finishes as the perfect way to energize your room. Get started at Fringe!
To see the full article, please click here.