The simple, yet playful idea behind the ceramic Set Sail Napkin Holder made me smile.
Lumio unfolds from a book into a multi-purpose portable lamp. I just gasped watching the Kickstarter campaign. A beauty!
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This Sock Rug by Israeli designer Keren Shiker made me chuckle!
Sylvain Willenz created these minimal, stamp-like paper weights.
This felted Love Safety Ring Cushion by John Isaacs made me look. (And the price tag made me gasp.)
I just had to laugh out loud when I etsy-stumbled upon this suitcase pet bed.
This minimal cabinet called Manhattan by Cornelia Norgreen is a beauty. Love how they are showcasing its versatility in the above product shot.
I am not in love with the name of this lamp but definitely like its look. Designed by Sally Rumble.
I just fell in love with this trivet. Just like that.
I don’t easily get excited over vases. But these superminimal Flask Vases made me look.
This pillow features a beautiful graphic tangle of red embroidery. I wouldn’t mind this on my couch.
I just noticed this Framework Credenza over at CB2, absolutely beautiful.
Paul Cocksdge created the Invisible Bookend, a visual illusion, allowing you to display books without any additional support. Two swissmiss thumbs up.
These Pantone Christmas Ornaments make my designer heart all kinds of happy.
Anyone who’s ever been to my house knows I am a big fan (and proudly own) two Mr.Tedi Pillows. They made out of re-purposed shirts and are 100% awesome. Annika Jermyn, the creator, just emailed me to let me know that there’s a new cousin in town, TediFace. The family is growing. Hooray!
*This* is the christmas tree I would like to see in my home. It’s called Branch, is produced in England, made of sustainably sourced Ash and the brainchild of Demelza Hill.
Felt + tiny plants = Total decorating win
Soft boiled eggs were a big sunday breakfast tradition in my house, growing up. I couldn’t help but chuckle seeing this thief egg cozy.
Who said building blocks are just for kids?
A minimal tray after my own heart. Designed by FTF Design Studio.
Not a big fan of vases, unless they are sculptural like this one. The Pik Vase is part of the modern craft collection by the trio behind France’s Y’a Pas Le Feu Au Lac, a popular phrase that loosely translates as “no need to hurry.”
This tray system just moved to the very top of my ‘personal wishlist’. The Laleido Trays are a brainchild of Clara von Zweigbergk.
These Nature Cushions by Nord are all kinds of zen.