These beautiful glasses are made for drinking but destined for display. Well done Lateral Objects.
Zara Home is making me swoon these these days. This Wooden Dustpan and Brush Set is a beauty.
As a cat owner I shy away of having candles in my house and am wondering if the Wick would create somewhat the same ambiance as a candle would.
I love the concept of a segmented backpack. The organizer in me is getting very excited about this.
I was recently in Switzerland (hence the silence here) and was invited to a dinner party where the hosts made pizzas in a Staedler Made Pizza Oven. It’s a thing of absolute beauty and the pizzas were delicious. It ships flat packed. Yes, I want one.
Games for Grown ups by School of life looks fun: 40 activities to draw us away from static conversation and cast aside reserve to get in touch with the neglected imaginative aspects of ourselves.
I like this simple, wooden essential oil diffuser by Vorda. (Whispers: Yes, it’s expensive.)
This generously sized carry-all Svea Bag by Stutterheim makes my heart go pitter patter. It’s out of rubberized-cotton material! Want!
Can glassware make you happy? These Lateral Object Gradient Glasses sure do.
That feeling when you see an object so beautiful, yet so simple, it makes you gasp? Yep, Laura Fischer’s Rock Objects did that to me last weekend.
How ridiculously beautiful is this portable, rechargeable, old-school looking lamp? (I mentioned it in last week’s Friday Link Pack but love it so much I have to post it with a photo! Wishlisted!)