Posts Tagged ‘local’

Kids On Roof

November 26, 2011

A perfect gift for creative minds …

Recycled paper forms a playhouse, or a rocket ship …

Kids on Roof is Dutch design for imaginative minds of all ages …

…where sophisticated graphics on cardboard form animals for play or as decoration …

This year, rejuvenate  the artistic spirit with a little help from Kids on Roof … and SR Hughes.

Endless gift possibilites this season at SR Hughes

November 25, 2011


Start creativity flowing.  The sky is the limit.

You can find the Knoll Kids Risom Table and Kartell Lou Lou ghost chair at SR Hughes this holiday season.  You provide the artist, the architect, the sculptor, the dreamer……the possibilites are endless.

Gifts Galore @ SR Hughes

November 23, 2011

Looking for unique Christmas gifts this holiday season?

Rina Menardi’s ceramics are deeply influenced by sculpture and art.  Each piece is personal and therefore deliberately irregular.

Drop by SR Hughes this holiday season to browse Rina Menardi and other fabulous gift ideas.

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Give Thanks … For Kelvin on Sale!

November 20, 2011

Address the task at hand … for all of those on your list who need a little well-placed light … a little crisp, clean style … a warm, efficient companion at bedside or on the desktop …

May we suggest you introduce them to Kelvin LED from Flos?

Oh, and get it while it’s hot … special pricing over Thanksgiving weekend only … at SR Hughes.

Martha Sturdy Resin: The Gift Anyone Would Love.

November 18, 2011

Sometimes you give a gift just because it’s beautiful.

Martha Sturdy Resin is  perfect for giving the gift of beauty, but it is even more fabulous that it can be the object of beauty and the object of function.

For the flower lover or gardener……

For the entertainer or the one that loves to be entertained….

For the chef, cook or party planner….

Enjoy the art of gift giving this season; visit us at SR Hughes for Martha Sturdy Resin and many more unique gifts.

Artful Affordable

November 18, 2011

Who knew brass could lose its yesteryear stodginess and become today’s hot metal?  By combining the British industrial revolution’s materials (cast iron, enamel, copper, brass, marble, and solid wood) with today’s industrial processes, Tom Dixon has been able to breathe new energy into grandma’s candlesticks …

Case in point:  ETCH CANDLE HOLDER, $55

Using the technology employed to cut circuit boards, detailed designs are photo-etched onto brass sheets.  Then, all unexposed areas are dissolved with acid, leaving the intricate patterns cut into metal.  Flat-packed for you to assemble and your handiwork is part of the process.  Hardware is included so that you can join multiple holders together for your own sculptural table scape.

The warm glow is all you:  ETCH PENDANT, $285

Another great idea from Tom Dixon … whether to spiff up your own digs in advance of holiday visitors or to give to that stylish, creative person on your list … is the Magically Oversized Knob!

Starting at $55 for the 4″ diameter, these thick chunks of colored glass mount to your wall so that you can hang your coat or dog leash in the mud room when you come in the back door.  Or, you can mix color and size (large is 10″ round) to create art on your wall wherever you hang your hat!

The gift department at SR Hughes is bigger than ever!  You’ll find these and more innovative ideas for giving only at SR Hughes.  We invite you to support local Oklahoma businesses wherever you buy this season:

Get Out There!

November 17, 2011

One of my favorite travel resources is the 36 Hours series published in the New York Times Travel section.  I love to get out, roam about, see what’s shakin’ … listen to how people talk, try a little of their favorite foods, check out the local flavor.  I think most people have a little of the adventure in their DNA, right?  No surprise then that Taschen’s 36 Hours:  150 Weekends in the USA & Canada is one of my favorite gift ideas this holiday season!  It’s just been released, so don’t fret … he/she doesn’t have it yet…

Stumped about where to spend a quick couple of days … flip this fabric covered book open to the map:

Pick an area nearby, select the region that falls within the area covered by your Southwest Airlines credit, or close your eyes and point.  Now, turn to that portion of the book (neatly separated by color code and colored ribbon bookmark for that section):

Follow Times illustrator Olimpia Zagnoli’s graphics to the spots you might want to investigate (Oh look! 2 dude-like figures hanging out in Provincetown or maybe  Fallingwater over there in the Laurel Highlands).  From “the great urban centers on everyone’s travel list to surprising locales with undiscovered character and charm,”  it’s all here.  Skip to the emblem for Harvard (just to the right of those Red Sox) and check out the section on Cambridge, MA…

The book, like the Times column, shows you what you need to know to have a great weekend anywhere in North America.  Columns originally written by all sorts contributors have been updated by former Times Travel editor Barbara Ireland, so everything is hot off the press.

For yourself or anyone with very little moss on their stone … this is a perfect way to give the gift of adventure!  A mere $39.99 and it’s done!

Now departing at the gift department in SR Hughes ….

Artemide Holiday Collection 2011

November 16, 2011

Some of our favorite lamps are on sale … the best deal all season long…

Click the image above to see the real deal on table lamps, floor lamps, task lighting, and more … in stock and ready in time for holiday giving.

Keep it local this season with SR Hughes!  Our gift department is in full swing with all sorts of innovative ideas you won’t find anywhere else.

Tulsa International Film Festival

August 17, 2011

The first annual Tulsa International Film Festival will take place between September 22nd and September 25th in Downtown Tulsa. Spanning over four days and multiple venues, the event will feature special guests from the film industry, a myriad of workshops led by industry professionals and renowned university professors, and screenings of over 100 world-class films in multiple genres.

The festival will take place at the new Tulsa Center for Creativity, Hyatt Regency, Living Arts, The Jazz Hall of Fame, and the historic Mayo Hotel. Chosen for their quality, history, and facilities, these venues feature luxurious ballrooms, plenty of rooms for workshops, special events, and the hotels offer high-class accommodations from the heart of Tulsa’s booming downtown district.

The Tulsa International Film Festival will be a fun celebration of independent films in the beautiful city of Tulsa—one of the Midwest’s best-kept secrets.

The schedule of films can be found here Tulsa IFF.

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