From the Brooklyn studio of Industrial Designer Pat Kim, these colorful wooden ornaments are adapted from designs found in his larger scale work. Keeping different arrangements of them around his studio, they often act as inspiration for new design ideas. These small ornaments, available individually or as a set of six, are a fun reflection of Kim's broader studio practice, which focuses on material experimentation and traditional craft. Hang them here or there for festive decor, or as objects of celebration in your own space.
- Sold Separately or as a Set of 6 in a gift-ready box and canvas bag
- Materials: Beech Wood
- Dimensions: Each ornament ranges between 1.5 to 3 in
This is special because...
Virginia native Pat Kim graduated with a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in 2009 (along with Abroad Modern owner and resident Interior Designer, Greer Goodman!). After completing an internship with Fisher-Price and working for a high-end furniture designer/fabricator, he set up his own studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Here he focuses on toys and furniture, but he also designs home accessories and jewelry. He strives to create timeless objects that are both fun and thoughtful. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, gardening, and archery. Learn more at patkimdesign.com.