Loving the 60s-70s throwback feel in modernist organization.
$50-$515, Scott Hansen aka ISO50 via Grain Edit.
These shots make winter a little more bearable for me.
Vladimir Longauer via Feaverish Photography.
I guess you can slip this off your wrist and on to your coffee cup, but 1) I don’t drink coffee and 2) it’s far too pretty to do that.
$68 at Contexture Design.
Sparkly threads run throughout this fabulous bow. Perfect for a night out dancing, I think.
$50 at ban.do via Cup of Joe.
When I was designing my condo, I kept coming back to these as sources of inspiration, but what I was really in love with was the Saarinen Armchairs which I still don’t have… particularly love them in that plum color.
$1200 at Knoll.
How delightfully charming is this? A quirky update to the grandfather clock.
$128 at Anthropologie.
The Anything Collection of desk essentials combines function with form… this tape dispenser is geometric divinity.
$39 at A+R Store.
If you can still read a traditional clock face, these would be great for an office or hallway. While a white wall would be a sufficient home, since the color goes all the way to the edges, hanging it on a complimentary-colored wall would really make a statement.
$45 each at Chroma Lab/Supermarket.
Oh wow, I adore this print by Jessica Snow. From the artist:
“My works on paper speak to the relationship between the improvisation and immediacy of gestural drawing and the materiality and meticulous planning of painted form. In this dialogue, the work addresses one of the conundrums of existence: the desire for freedom and spontaneity as well as for routine and order. The mind constantly strives to reconcile these opposing states and swings back and forth, desiring one, then desiring the other.”
That is so completely me.
$20-$200 at 20 x 200.
These remind me of the Renaissance… although they would be categorized entirely punk cute these days.
$27 at Need Supply Co.