lee coren : printed textiles

Posted: April 23rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: apparel, design, handmade, things | No Comments »


Israeli textile designer, Lee Coren, uses her own screen print designs or photographs to create this line of textiles — scarves and bags mostly. The pieces range from $25-100 and ship from Israel worldwide. New collection coming soon.






(*via Pattern Observer)


collector’s shelving system : by amuneal

Posted: April 14th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: design, home, things | No Comments »


I’ve been gazing at the dreamy Collector’s Shelving System made to order by Amuneal Manufacturing Corp of Philadelphia. It’s a modular design and can be ordered in any combo or configuration. Materials are brass and three varieties of oak with blackened steel supports. Orders are quoted upon request.




(*via Notcot)

hand-thrown ceramics : mazama

Posted: April 10th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: design, handmade, home, portland, things, wedding gifts | Tags: | No Comments »


Clean designs and appealing colors from the Portland, Oregon ceramics company, Mazama — made by a team of designers and makers. Pieces pictured range from $30 – $65. Browse their online shop.




(*via A Continuous Lean)

different trains cabinet : matthew hilton

Posted: April 3rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: design, home, things | No Comments »


Such graphic presentation and interesting function in the sliding doors on the Different Trains Cabinet by Matthew Hilton. From The Future Perfect (for big moola, starting at $2495).

esme winter stationery : at flotsam + fork

Posted: March 31st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: design, paper, things | Tags: | No Comments »


For those of us with a never-quenchable appetite for paper goods, check out the English line of Esme Winter patterned notebooks ($12-18) and note cards ($4.50), available at the sweet online shop, Flotsam + Fork.

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celine : summer 14 campaign

Posted: March 25th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: apparel, design, things | No Comments »

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I always enjoy coming across images from Celine’s Summer 2014 ad campaign. Good stuff. Good shapes.

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good fight herb co : seasonal care package

Posted: March 19th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: handmade, places, the earth, things, well-being | No Comments »


Good Fight Herb Co. is my favorite resource for and supplier of herbal medicine in the form of teas, syrups, tinctures, extracts and salves.

The new Seasonal Care Package Program is a wonderful way to maintain herbal support for your wellness throughout the year. It functions much like a farm CSA; you receive four bountiful packages – one per season – for pickup in Hudson, NY or shipment to wherever you are. Not only does this program provide a means for taking good care of yourself, it also deepens your knowledge of the plants and how they nourish and support our bodies.

Read more and signup here.




goodbye dear KIOSK : for now…

Posted: March 11th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: design, home, new york city, places, things | Tags: | No Comments »


Sad to hear that one of my favorite shops, KIOSK, is closing it’s doors on Spring Street because the building is being torn down. They’ll likely reopen somewhere else in the city, but who knows where for now. So get in for big sales while you can, or shop online. Use code ADIOS95 or 41AHOY for 25% off everything and 75% off sale items.

Here are a few current finds from around the world.

Bread & Puppet Posters ($18, $28)


Greek Coffee Pot ($16)


Horsehair Hand Broom & Red Metal Dustpan ($57)


Enamel Soapdish ($38)


Kitchen Scissors ($80)


Two Tiny Stencils ($)


(*via Racked)

design stamp sale : at one kings lane

Posted: February 27th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: calligraphy, paperfinger, things | No Comments »

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For a little early spring cleaning, we’re offering some of our design stamps at brilliant discounts of around 40-45% through One Kings Lane today, ending Saturday. If you’re new to OKL, sign up through this link and receive $15 credit immediately!


credenza inspired by : mountains of mexico

Posted: February 21st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: design, home, places, things | No Comments »


This cabinet, Parallel, was designed by Alexis del Toro, inspired by the mountains of his hometown in Monterrey, Mexico.



(*via Design Milk)