Last week I had a meeting with a charming young lady and I couldn’t help but notice her stunning leather backpack. The one pictured above. It’s handmade in the Ukraine. And there are many other styles…
Photo nerds unite: Hasselblad’s mirrorless X1D camera brings portability to medium format
Plume offers a new take on improving home Wi-Fi by eliminating the router entirely and replacing it with a fleet of mini-hubs that plug right into your wall sockets. YES!
Who doesn’t love a fortune cookie? Here’s one you can wear around your neck, made out of gold. Thumbs up!
Abbesses plates, named after a Parisian arrondissement, feature a single hand-painted grey line that outlines its simple organic shape. Beautiful!
How lovely is this Eleplanter? It is a self-watering porcelain kitchen planter perfect for growing herbs by the windowsill. Its generous water reservoir will hold water for 2-weeks of continuous hydration, which seeps into the plant’s soil through tiny weep holes. Watering is done through the Eleplanter’s trunk, preventing soil-filled overflow on the kitchen counter. Well done, Scott Henderson!
This beautiful Ceramic Steamer is a modern take on an age-old design. You can use it directly on the stove or in the oven while keeping the same temperature unlike more unpredictable stoneware. #wishlisted
This minimal, hand-made leather backpack by Alfie Douglas just won my heart. (It comes in three sizes)
I have been saying for years that I will throw a party once my kids are over the car seat stage. This smart car seat, called Mifold has me ridiculously excited. It’s a tiny booster seat for kids, only instead of lifting the kid to the position of an adult, it pulls the seatbelt down to the correct height for the child. Brilliant!
I wonder though how comfortable it is for the kid sitting on it…
Absolutely loving this minimal media console by Los Angeles based furniture designer, Ben Hopkins. Two swissmiss thumbs up!
That moment where you love a Ceramic (Paper) Mug that was gifted to you *so* much you decide to buy 7 more to create a full set, and you realize it costs $58 and you fall off your chair. NOPE!