But it is too big.
I've been eyeing the parade of gouache prints at Inaluxe for awhile now. Trouble is, I'm not much for color in my living space so making the selection is intimidating.
Haptic Lab makes truly beautiful quilts. I am on their mailing list and have searched, in vain, for a reason to buy one. Well, the time has come. My grandmother turns 80 in June and I couldn't think of anything more perfect than a Great Lakes quilt.
A friend of mine has a double stud ring similar to this, and it looks like her knuckles are bejeweled. I'm totally into it. And so is Rihanna.
I haven't had a wallet since about eighth grade. Instead I've spent most of my life filing cards into a Muji card case and letting one dollar bills and coins roam untamed in my bag.
My dad had a pair of these on his desk when I was a kid. There is a full-size cast of Rodin's "Thinker" in front of the Detroit Institute of Art, and I'm pretty sure he kept them to remind himself of both his history and of all the good work he had yet to do. He actually once told me that the original sculpture was…
I'm thinking about askingt Mr. Imateacher to do something like this on a wall of our bedroom (he told me the other day, that if he had his way, he'd decorate our entire house in antique classroom furniture. Freaudian much?). It's utilitarian for sure, but there is still something whimsical about it (and it would suit…
Urbio is a pricey but promising option.
Marlow Goods, yes that Marlow, began with one simple leather tote bag, and evolved into a fully sustainable line, complete with sandals and a foray into wool and alpaca goods. Classically stunning, this bag has the type of craftsmanship that will age beautifully. Check out the Brooklyn Based interview here to learn…