30 September 2009
Gorgeous jewelry from Dannijo's Lost at Sea collection. These pieces are made from aqua aura, pearls, coral and mixed metals in some really stunning combinations. Love it.
[ Above: Fitzgerald, $445 to 595 / Lucia Mar in Peach, $575 / Pyrita Grace, $375 / Marie, $142 / Gretta, $548 / Lucia Mar in Violet, $575 / Rocco, $385 ]
29 September 2009
A little late, but here is this weekend's featured shop. Helen started Delicious Images to sell some of her favorite photos from her pastry blog, Tartelette. The name of her shop is especially fitting too. I think all of these things look so tasty.
[ Above: Violet Macarons, $25 / Strawberries, $25 / Blueberries, $25 / Trio of Chocolate Cupcakes, $25 ]
25 September 2009
I have a slight fixation with headbands and am hooked on the ones made by Abigail Ricarte of Bambako. Officially launched in February 2009, Bambako is based on a rule from Martha Stewart's book Martha Rules: make it beautiful. And that she does. Abigail's headbands are simple, pretty, and best of all, affordable. Each one is produced by hand for an artisan touch and the highest quality results.
[ Above: Honeysuckle, $38 / Holler, $48 / Katty, $48 / Delight, $28 / Chrisera, $68 / Night in Tunesia, $68 ]
22 September 2009
Charming motifs all over these mail and paper products at Present&Correct in London. Their stuff is almost too pretty to send. I love it all.
[ Above, prices as estimates: Diamond & Stripe Notes, $7 / Early Birds Letter Set, $14 / Frukt & Ekollon Envelopes, $6 / Scandinavian Letter Sets, $12 ]
20 September 2009
Fun cloud mobiles from The Butter Flying. Sylvie, an interior + product designer based in Montreal, Canada, creates these handmade mobiles with felt, paper and beads. Find out more about her creations at her blog.
[ Above: White Cloud Mobile, $24 / Rain of Colors Mobile in Pink + Yellow + Purple, $20 ]
If you're looking for an interesting object to brighten up your home, Fruit Fly Pie is where you can find it. Wendy is a ceramic artist in North Carolina who makes and sells vintage style ceramics. All of her pieces are made from scratch by either wheel-throwing, slab building, or casting from ceramic molds. They are then hand painted with non-toxic, food safe glazes.
[ Above: Chunky Chip Muffin Trinket Box in Buttercream, $25 / Ceramic Pig Planter in Lemon, $25 / Ceramic Owl Planter in Orange, $32 / Ceramic Deer Figurine in Celadon, $14.99 ]
17 September 2009
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13 September 2009
How perfect does this house look? I want to live here. This mid-century modern home located at 3602 Apollo in Salt Lake City has been recently renovated by Tyler Gourley. Originally built in 1957, the remodeled home has been outfitted with hardwood floors, two fireplaces, custom bamboo and walnut cabinets, concrete countertops, a swimming pool with a poolside cabana, and so much more. If you have $699,000 to spare, buy this house.
02 September 2009
I love the new photos Anthropologie is using to display their latest bracelets, cuffs, and bangles. So pretty. Also, I thought since desserts are somewhat associated with celebrations, this would kind of be a good transition to talk about some upcoming (exciting) things that are happening to me. 01: Yesterday marked the first official day of a merge at the design studio I work at. 02: I'm moving to a new apartment this weekend! I can't wait. 03: My birthday is on Friday! So due to all of this, I will be putting blog updates on hold until late next week sometime. See you all then.