The grid pattern on this placemat creates the optical illusion that the placemat has sunk under the weight of your tableware. Love it.
The cotton blankets by Michelle Rondelli make me swoon.
My slight obsession with all still clouds continues: Cloud Nine Area Rug.
This built-in bookshelf made me look. What a beauty!
This Radical Women screen print is inspired by the women who came before us, the feminists inspiring us today, and our sons and daughters who are up next. Including Judith, Gloria, Hillary, Michelle, Chimamanda, Susan, Carrie, Angela, Betty, Ruth, Kathleen, Raicho,Jane, bell, Dolores, Flo, Naomi, Winona, Doris, Audre, Wilma, Nellie, Cecile, Emmeline, Sylvia, Linda, Sophie, Patti, Elizabeth, Harriet, Mary, Virginia, Malala.
The Mutatio Lamp, created by Danish designer Christian Troels is stunning.
This is one good looking and surprisingly designed espresso cup.
Be still my heart! This Rug!
This Monstera Leaf Area Rug would look good in my bedroom.
I have a super minimal bed and this bedshelfie would look fabulous on it.
This Concrete Bowl won my heart. (I am feeling a slight obsession for all things concrete coming on.)
These stacked trays are beautiful.
I just got completely lost in the archives of Posteritati, a New York movie poster gallery that also has an online store featuring more than 40,000 posters. Nice find, Jason!
Love this playful desktop letter board. Oh, the possibilities.
This minimal wall clock gets my thumbs up.
Oh, I love the look of these Swiss Army Stacking Boxes.
Found this seagrass basket at the new Century 21 here in Downtown Brooklyn last week. It now holds all of the kids’ stoop toys. Pretty and affordable.