It’s getting chilly here in NYC which reminded me of Pia Wallen’s beautiful Cross Blankets.
Not a big fan of desktop organizers, but this one won my heart: Porcelain containers shaped to look like a post-industrial urban neighborhood of warehouses and factories. Congrats to the designer Héctor Serrano.
What a beauty of a quilt. Congrats to the designer Sherri Lynn Wood who developed a bias strip curve patchwork technique for this quilt. Free-cut continuous bias strips were machine pieced to create the curved lines. Large curved segments were then hand appliqued to the strip pieced back ground.
My studiomate Frank just pointed me to these beautiful Satellite Models over on The Ghostly Store. The one pictured above is GEOTAIL. According to Wikipedia, it was sent up in 1992 to observe the turbulent wake that Earth’s magnetosphere pulls behind it and how the solar wind penetrates through. By keeping an eye on the weather in space, GEOTAIL helps protect those of us here on Earth from unexpected disruptions to our vital communications and power networks.
Ok, so here’s the ultimate pet owner gift: A custom silkscreened pet pillow.
Beautiful minimal bedroom with built in storage designed by Studio Oink. Definitely will circle back to this image when we are tackling the project of building loft beds in our kids rooms.
Yep, I am totally ordering one of these customizable Hashtag Banners. Perfect for our #Tattly birthday bash in July!
I absolutely love this old-school ruler growth chart by Little River Designs.
The simple, yet playful idea behind the ceramic Set Sail Napkin Holder made me smile.
This felted Love Safety Ring Cushion by John Isaacs made me look. (And the price tag made me gasp.)