Rainbow Chopsticks? YES!
Designed by Masaharu Asano, the standing coffee measure spoon stands up on its own both when not in use, but also if you need to put it down after scooping up a mound of beans. Beautiful and functional. The two criteria for (almost) everything entering my home.
Absolutely loving this deck of cards designed by sub rosa to help enable empathic thinking. I flipped through the cards and found countless uncomfortable questions. I foresee my next dinner party with friends will have lots of deep conversation. My favorite part: When you open the box, it reads “no small talk” on the lid. So good! The world needs this.
Super neat and retro 1970s pocket knives, for opening boxes and cutting paper. Each one measures 5.5cm.
A friend of mine gifted me this Shattered Glass Ceiling Necklace. It’s a tribute to all the women who have ever crushed it and symbolizes all the milestone breakthroughs achieved by women past, present, and future.
Love this so much!
Float is a multi-functional kitchen utensil holder that can be mounted underneath your cabinet or on the wall, accepting a wide range of kitchen tools for easy accessibility.
52 cards to find out just how weird (or not) you might be. The School of Life designed this set of cards as a tool of self-assessment and reassurance.
This rapid car charger hosts up to five devices and powers them up twice as fast as your average wall charger.
Art Bag chug my eye. It can be used as a portfolio, a perfect way to show off mood boards with hidden magnetic layers or you can use it as a safe place to keep your kids’ masterpieces. I like it.
This Do Your Bloody Timesheets Mug made me laugh. I remember the timesheet battles…
I am trying to channel warmer weather by wearing Stina Persson’s Watercolor Butterflies today.
It’s been a wonderfully exciting week for team Tattly: In honor of Vogue Magazine’s 125th Anniversary in 2017, Tattly has partnered with the magazine to create a limited edition collection. We spent hours going through their archives to find illustrations from the early 1920s, 1930s and 1940s that would make beautiful temporary tattoos. Have a look, we think they’re stunning.
Lightboxes are everywhere these days, but I hadn’t seen this long skinny shape yet. The fun welcome messages that could be had, in my hallway… Hmm.