kind of feeling dream catchers at the moment...
my dad forwarded me the info on this amazing boathouse for sale on little cranberry in maine. if i can't have it i at least want the awesome mussel pillow on the yellow chair!
get it while you can!
how amazing is hotel basico in playa del carmen. i am now even more serious about skipping the holidays this year and heading to mexico!
maybe it is because i am so tired and grouchy tonight that these simple things from canoe are making me happy. i want to order some awesome japanese notebooks by postalco, i love our chemex and that bottle opener looks like it will get my beer open right quick, because honestly, crying and throwing the cheap bottle opening is not something i want to repeat.
i absolutely love this clock by icelandic designer thorunn arnadottir that was featured in the nytimes article "the slow life picks up speed". each bead represents five minutes with a red bead every hour, a gold bead for noon and a silver one for midnight.
not only is it beautiful and functional but if you don't want to be bogged down by time you can wear it as a necklace instead!
how amazing is this italian lighting store i just stumbled onto on ebay? these pendants are awesome, and the prices are so reasonable that paying the shipping from italy doesn't drive the price up much.
there are a bunch of other great fixtures...
i am dreaming about replacing all my ikea storage with this modular line from usm.
the colors are amazing and i think having customized art supply/magazine storage might be even better that a custom closet...
i just spotted this lamp on a design sponge sneak peek. i can't wait to get one! it is a castiglioni design that is being produced by flos. the bulb is sand blasted on one side to diffuse the light and the extra cord wraps around the base. it might be the perfect lamp.
get it here in all these colors.
i love unexpected materials and an ottoman is the only piece of furniture that we could still fit in the house, soooo, i want one of these poofs from lawson fenning silverlake!
i love these african baskets. my favorites are made in kwazulu natal, south africa. the colors are so beautiful, and are achieved with natural dyes! i would love a bunch of them on a table.