Make Your Own Banner

Spell out your custom message with this personalized banner using re-useable letters. Includes 100 multicolored letters with spacers, links, and hanging strings. Oh, the possiblities!

Thing Wine Rack

Love this stackable, modular wine rack by Thing. Makes me want to have a wine cellar in my basement.

Mr. Mourao

Given the fact that I am an architect at heart, these drawings by Mr.Mourao are making me swoon. Tempted to buy a print!

Twig & Leaf Place Markers

Growing up in Switzerland, my parents had lots and lots of dinner parties and they usually put me in charge with the place markers. I remember getting all crafty. I wish I would have thought of something like these birch looking Twig & Leaf Place Markers made me smile.

Prolonged Dachshund

I absolutely adore this illustration by Lucie Sheridan.

#wishlisted

Les Briques

Love these simple catch-all boxes. Think keys, coins, lipstick, etc. Created by the French studio YPLFL. Available for purchase here.

(via shoeboxdwelling)

Prefab Housing

Totally love these simple little houses.

Classic Carafe and Cup

A minimal, classic carafe. Just what my desk needs.

#needtodrinkmorewater

Abbesses Ceramic Set

I don’t think I have ever been excited about dishes. Until now. The Abbesses Ceramic Set is a beauty. And yes, it conforms to my swissmiss color palette. Now, let’s see if I can convince G…

#ohsowishlisted

The Sill / Eley

I recently added a teeny tiny head-turner to my desk: Haworthia, a succulent native to South Africa, calling a modern triangular little vessel its home. I agree with The Sill‘s product description: The Eley may be small, but its presence is big.

A small and first attempt in bringing more greenery into my office environment. Baby steps!

Whale Cushion

This whale cushion made me smile.

I can feel a whale obsession coming on.

Triangle Laundry Basket

A pricy but very, very stylish laundry basket.

Rope Bowl

Pretty sure this Rope Bowl would delight my sailor friends. Designed by Harry Allen.

Zen Pen

Zen Pen is a storage unit for pens that also holds paper clips with the hidden magnets below the bamboo surface. Lovely.

Plush Organs

Image via Capital Business

I Heart Guts makes seriously fabulous Plush Organs. Yes, I said plush organs. The designs are fun and they’re cuddly but the best part are the tag lines, i.e I’m a Liver, not a Fighter or Womb Service for the Uterus.

I Heart Guts is the brainchild of an anatomically obsessed illustrator, Wendy Bryan, who loves internal organs and all they do. I’ve had the pleasure to meet Wendy at the Gift Fair a few weeks back and her unique personality made me love her products even more.

Psst… Heart of Gold Lapel Pin makes for a fantastic small gift!

Japanese Cushions

I absolutely love these Japanese Cushions that I found over on Oyoy!

Cardigan Pendant Light

This Cardigan Pendant Light made me chuckle and realize that summer is ending soon.

I didn’t just say that, did I?

Hut Pendant Light

The modern Hut Pendant Light is designed and made in Australia from powder-coated steel and acrylic and slots together without screws. A light that makes you look up!

(via grassrootsmodern)

ROOM Copenhagen

I discovered the Bowl II at the ROOM Copenhagen booth at the NYIGF yesterday and let me tell you, it is one pretty bowl. It is available in 9 different colors and simply stunning. I can’t check that #wishlisted button fast enough!

Hand Knitted Rope Baskets

These Hand Knitted Rope Baskets by nkuku made me look at the New York International Gift Fair today. They would make for super stylish toy bins in Tilo and Ella’s rooms.

Ostrich Pouf

This Ostrich Pouf is an explosion of glamour, according to the band.do ladies. I just met them. They are fabulous, and they got style. So much style!

Post Rack

How charming is this powder coated metal post rack in the shape of an envelope? Comes in white and red. #wishlisted

Submergent Ladder

This Ladder would make a stylish towel rack in our recently finished kid’s bathroom.

Wall of Luck

How charming are these Clover Leaves with tiny nails to create a “wall of luck“? An idea by Raumgestalt, Germany.