Kosmosphaera is a Swiss labor of love between Jodoc Elmiger and Valérie Jacquemet. Together they create giant glass marbles, reminding me so much of my childhood in the Swiss mountains. How stunning would one of these look in my home?
(In case you’re in London, they are currently showing at Tent London T3 booth L10.)
These bat balloons are the best! I am considering buying a bunch of them to decorate my stoop on Halloween! So much fun!
The Flip Clock is beautifully old-school. It would look good in my home!
I totally want this entire stack of pillows. Love how the product description says that these are made by big humans, not a machine.
Tumble vase, by Norwegian designer Falke Svatun, was designed to be placed on the edge of a shelf. Talk about a conversation starter.
I endorse rugs that break out of the good old rectangle format. Pool Rug gets my thumbs up.
Rhom Trivet by Shane Schneck is beautiful.
I would be totally ok with having one of these Seven Spring Blankets in my house.
This super minimal, slim bookend by Kenyon Yeh is getting my thumbs up.
The minimalist in me wants to get these Felt Bedside Caddies and ditch my nightstands.
Fridge Files extend storage beyond the flat surface of the refrigerator (or any other magnetic surface). For gift cards, business cards, coupons, letters, etc, etc, etc. Made by hand in Madison, Wisconsin.
I would totally say yes to these floating HALOS over my dining table. Designed by Martin Azua.
I wouldn’t mind having this carbon steel sculpture airplane fly over my desk…
I usually don’t like plain decorative things without a purpose but this miniature pine forest won my heart.
This Cloud Lamp would look *amazing* over my dining table. It comes with a remote controlled light and sound system, of course.
Circu created a limited edition VW Bus inspired bed and I want it. But that would mean I would have to move into garage, I guess?
This art installation made me look. I wouldn’t mind doing this in my apartment, painting half way and over my art. (Obviously, I would first go to the thrift store to replace my current art)
Italian artist Davide D’Elia‘s ‘Antivegetativa‘ installation transformed a Roman gallery into a bright aqua ship hull. Reminds me a lot of Oliver Jeffer’s dipped painting project.
This lovely rug was inspired by the historic making technique of colonial American braided rugs. It is made to order from natural undyed wool in Rhode Island.
FLYTE is a levitating light which hovers by magnetic levitation and is powered through the air. OMG! This is stunning!
This cutting board is simply charming. Want!
Nic A. Miller just launched these stunning European Starlings. They are woodcut printed onto mulberry paper and individually hand-dusted with green iridescent pigment, then adhered onto 3/4″ thick plywood. The exact image is then scroll sawed out and sanded. Absolutely stunning. We have one of her large bears in our office, and everyone comments on it. What a talent!
You can buy a set of 7 starlings for $385. (It’s a limited edition of 100!)
Making this DIY Cloud light takes about an hour and costs only $10. Super adorable!