Playful Pottery


Just discovered these lovely, whimsical ceramics from Knotwork LA. Ignited by a “desire to create beautiful, useful things”, these pieces are made by hand & no two are alike.

Long Oval Catchall, $78
Tumblers, $48
Camo Pitcher Set, $255


Incense Holder, $24

Pantone’s Color of the Year 2018: Ultra Violet

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So there it is… Purple. Okay, fancy purple. Purple about which they penned:

Complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now. The vast and limitless night sky is symbolic of what is possible and continues to inspire the desire to pursue a world beyond our own.

So, there’s that. Except… I dunno. I think of purple as being for Unicorns and my 10-year old niece’s new bedding, and gypsies’ scarves, and grape popsicles. Do I really want a purple couch? If I think about it – do I really want purple  a n y t h i n g ?

So I’ve done a bit of soul searching. And while I’m still squarely in the skeptic box, I’m opening my mind a tad.

ABC Carpet – 8′ x 9’3″ Color Reform Spectrum Overdyed Rug, $3680
Anthropologie – Bowen Chair, $1100
May Day Studio – Letterpress Birthday Card, $5
A Cats Life Pottery – Macha Tea Cup, $24
Chanel – Nail Polish, $28
Compedium – Here & Now Composition Notebook, $7
Flask Oil Ball Pendant Light
Tom Dixon – Flask Oil Ball Pendant Light, $350
Ultimate Sheepskin – 11″ x 22″ Mongolian Lamb Pillow, $86
Anthropologie – Chained Prisma Mirror, $58
CB2 – dip milky purple double old-fashioned glass, $5.95


Edgy Wood


Fans of live edge, rejoice! Rustic Trip is an Etsy shop that specializes in creating furniture pieces (like headboards, tables and the like) out of enormous slabs of live edge wood. Yes, they’re spendy – but sooooo gorgeous!


Plug it in, Plug it in


I’ve been looking for a cool plug-in sconce and may just have stumbled upon exactly the right thing. From Nino Shea; a lighting and housewares Easy shop handcrafted by Molly Shea Ryan in Los Angeles, CA. (Click to shop!)


Shopping LA – part 1

Thought I’d share a few pics from my visit to Los Angeles earlier this summer. Loving the Cali Casual vibe and great mix of vintage + artisan + modern pieces!


Oh, My Darlin’ Clementine…


Darling Clementine is a small Norwegian design agency that also offers an edited collection of products under the banner: “Darling Clementine Paper Empire” (love that moxie!). I am totally charmed by their scandinavian aesthetic, and ability to create work that is clearly modern yet gives a warm nod to tradition. They also write a nice blog that you can visit by clicking HERE.

Harvest Posters, $30 each
Harvest Posters, $30 each
Tea Towels, $30/set of 2
Tea Towels, $30/set of 2
Notecards, $21/set of 6
Notecards, $21/set of 6
Post Cards, $20/8
Post Cards, $20/8
Print, $40
Print, $40
Mug with saucer, $25 each
Mug with saucer, $25 each
Print, $40
Print, $40
Fine Tea, $20 each
Fine Tea, $20 each
Fine Tea, $20
Fine Tea, $20
Editorial illustration for Family Living
Editorial illustration for Family Living
Cover for a Reader's Diary, autumn 2011
Cover for a Reader’s Diary, autumn 2011
Poster & Flyer for Blårollinger
Poster & Flyer for Blårollinger
Kate Spade Book Illustration
Kate Spade Book Illustration
More book illustration for Kate Spade
More book illustration for Kate Spade

Addi’s Art


I’ve been on an art kick over the past few months, picking up a piece here and there to refresh and modernize my space; falling in love with a new generation of contemporary abstract fine art. I discovered the work of Salt Lake City-based artist Holly Addi while perusing Pinterest…

Her paintings are often about contact with architecture and basic living elements. Energy (heat, light, water), space and landscape are examined in less obvious ways and sometimes developed in absurd ways. In a search for new methods to ‘read the city’, she focuses on the idea of ‘public space’ and more specifically on spaces where anyone can do anything at any given moment: the non-private space, the non-privately owned space, space that is economically uninteresting.


Atlanta Gift Show, July 2016 – part 1

The Atlanta Gift Fair is one of my favorites. Mostly because everything you can imagine is represented there! The diversity of styles is incredible and allows for unedited inspiration.





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