5.31.2010

0 Blu Dot Cant Desk













Blu Dot Cant Desk was unveiled at the ICFF 2010, so it isn't available just yet- but I think it is incredibly lovely...like everything else they create.

Found thanks to Design Milk and Apartment Therapy Unplggd.

1 Inspiration from Emma and James Emmerson's Home



The home of Emma and James Emmerson {of greeting card and stationery publisher 1973} is really beautiful...full of great inspiration.  See more at their Sneak Peek on Design Sponge.

1 Serena Mitnik Miller Graphic Blocks


Serena Mitnik Miller Graphic Blocks....these make me very happy.
Found thanks to A Merry Mishap.

5.29.2010

3 Bella Lulu Vintage Sale

Bella Lulu Vintage is having a big 20% sale May 29 - May 31 only...there are some really great items in the shop right now so check it out!

5.27.2010

1 Cabinetry from Wis Design



Cabinetry from Wis Design. I love those cutouts with the bright colors...hmm.

Found thanks to Mamamekko.

0 Another Amazing House with a Yellow Door

This is such a lovely house...and that yellow door!!

Check out more of Sara Hicks Malone's wonderful house at her Sneak Peek on Design*Sponge.

2 Diamond Jungle Dhurrie Rug from Anthropologie





Diamond Jungle Dhurrie from Anthropologie...I love this, and it is surprisingly affordable.  It might be a good option for our room in LA...

5.25.2010

5.23.2010

2 Confetti....

I was going through my pictures from this year and I found these from Mardi Gras...I don't know why I never posted them before.  They make me so very happy...

Photography by me...

5.21.2010

1 New Maps from These Are Things

Remember this great map from These are Things? Well, it now comes in a black colorway too...I still prefer the original, but this version is more masculine and would be great in a predominately black and white room.
These are Things has also introduced a USA and Europe Map in two colorways...pretty fantastic in my opinion.

Found thanks to Design*Sponge.

0 Dreilinden School

The Dreilinden School Propsteimatte in Luzern, a project by Swiss architects Lussi + Halter.
The 27,000sqm building completed in 2005 has heavy walls that resemble the facades of the local building. A monolithic look from the outside, yet the interior use of oak wood results on warm spaces suitable for learning environments.
Found thanks to Arch Daily. Photography by Leondardo Finotti.

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