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These are by far the best-looking watering cans ever! Too bad Anthropologie don’t ship these brass items outside the US.
I wish we had Anthropologie in Australia. I’d probably be there every other day especially with offerings like these. Now who could resist measuring cups and spoons that look these gorgeous? I know I can’t.
If you’re one to lug your SLR camera everywhere but detest carrying a nondescript camera bag, this is for you. Kelly Moore camera bags are chic, modern, has many compartments and comes in a range of colours. Available in different styles for both men and women.
Oh Donna Wilson, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways – one plate, two plates, three plates, etc. Those who have been following my blog from the beginning would know just how much I adore plates and bowls, especially ones like these? But why stop there? Check out her equally quirky blankets and pillows too.
Summer has been over for a few weeks now but only recently has it felt more like autumn with this current cooler weather. Not that I miss the very hot summer we’ve just had but these lovely umbrellas from Basil Bangs make me want to go hang out in the courtyard and have a little lemonade under the shade.
A little shout out to Mr B, who lives almost solely on sandwiches. These simple but minimalist posters by David Schwen combines the ingredients in sandwiches and typography to create the stacking order of the sandwich. Now what’s for dinner?
Lovely goodies you could get for your kitchen. From Terrain.
A twist on the classic canning jar from Germany, this set of wide-mouth juice jars can be used as drinking glasses or storage for homemade iced teas, coffee, and juices.
As functional as it is adorable, this handled cream pitcher has a band of chalkboard writing space to label its contents at your next coffee gathering.
Crafted from repurposed brass, this spoon brings a touch of the great outdoors to your table with its twig-shaped handle.
Made from native Minnesota hardwoods, this artisan board crafted by a family of woodworkers is suited for both cutting and serving.
I can’t believe Easter is already upon us. Wishing all a wonderful long weekend and leaving you with these scrumptious chocolate ‘quail’ eggs from Knipschildt Chocolatie.
Can’t help but admire these gorgeous watercolour ceramics from PalaisXIII.
Project Francis is a collaboration between David Ericsson & Marcus Berg to create lighting that is both aesthetic and fun. The lights are handcrafted and then cut in different ways into new shapes.