Jocelyn Warner is a textile designer from London who launched her own wallpaper line that have been featured all over the world, even at the prestigious Cooper Hewitt wallpaper collections at the Smithsonian in New York.
Her patterns are contemporary and her style, distinctive and chic. Wallpapers inspired by eucalyptus, lilies, large scale botanical ink drawings, and my favorite, scribbles. Pendant, large drum and tall cylinder drum lighting is also available. While visiting her website, click on ordering if you are interested in making a purchase.
Let us eat cake on this collection of lovely tart inspired dishware created by British designer, Joanna Hartrup. She uses fine bone china and applies each little tart by hand to make all her items slightly unique. Available online at Mirror Mirror, an exquisitely sweet shop with the owner, Paola Thomas, being based in Notting Hill London. Paola is just as sweet as the wares she sells and has an eye for the most beautiful things.
Fancy a spot of tea?
(Photos from Mirror Mirror andd Joanna Hartrup)
I enjoy this ‘electric’ painting by Minnesota artist Jennifer Davis. I thought it was a nice way to begin the week because it evokes feelings of wild abandon, joy, even relaxation, something we all need on a Monday morning yet rarely feel.
It also makes me think about how much I love to dance, to be caught up in the feeling, to experience total freedom on the dance floor. When you look at this painting, what thoughts come to mind?
Creative freedom perhaps? Energy?
(photo: Jennifer Davis)
Just in…Wildly imaginative designs at Design My World!
These sculptural lily lights are a real turn on. Created by New Zealand artist Jenny Keate, they are available in a table and pendant version in white, red, green, yellow and orange. Constructed of fiberglass and lacquer. $93 for the table light and $63 for the pendant.
Create an illusion with this show stopping acrylic table designed to appear as a floating tablecloth. Handmade in Denmark and available in clear, opal, grey and brown. Designed by Essay. $250. Running late? Yee Ling Wan created this transparent etched glass ghost clock, inspired by nineteenth century mantle clocks. Wan decided to throw some modern into the mix with this classy design. You won’t find cherry or mahogany here, it’s contemporary chic all the way for a most stylish little ticker. $145
Felt is huge in Europe, and for good reason. This creamy delight felt shade will set your sprit free with lovely butterflies in flight. Envision it floating in your hip home. Designed by Mixko, $75. psst… Mixko also creates felt rings, hats…trust me, you’ll love their website. Oh just click on it already!
Create a different ambience with a creamy dreamy marble felt chandelier. Too bad the photo below does it zero justice, it almost appears as though it’s black and cream when it is solid cream only. It also drapes much longer than this photo shows. For a reality check, look at the photos designer, Chris Labrooy, has on his site — a much better perspective of this stunning chandelier. After you see his photos, you’re certain to go ga-ga. I personally love it. So tactile and a super price for something so unique. $175