Frida over at the Husmusen (house mouse) blog posted this gorgeous earthenware from British ceramicist, Rachel Barker – and I simply couldn’t refuse. I love love love (drama queen here, I know) the coriander collection shown above. The dainty designs on sturdy ceramic mugs, bowls, plates… really sweet. Rachel has several collections, all of them bringing a modern vibe to traditional English eartenware. Visit Rachel for more goodies, and don’t miss the Husmusen blog, Frida always has something great to share with us!
Feeling a little creative this weekend? Why not shop Anthropologie for some new hardware to perk up your existing cabinets and drawers. I love the urchin knobs, the white nubby bleached ceramic is such a trend right now, and perfect for welcoming in the summer. Add a set of these to a teal or black cabinet for instant tres chic. Anthropologie has great reproduction hardware too, like their venetian flower knobs in molded glass or their perky ceramic flower knobs in lime. View their entire affordable collection of hardware here and don’t just dream, do it! It’s an easy weekend project to take on with results you’ll love.
(images from anthropologie)
I’m really feelin’ the organic look of these spun-vinyl placemats and runners, just in over at Sprout Home. Available in Grass, Slate and Java, they clean up easily with soap and water. Perfect for indoors or out! Priced between $15.75-$50.
Shop them online, of if you’re in Chicago, visit their retail store at 745 N Damen Avenue.
(images from sprout home)
I was so excited to hear that Laurie at fab pillows, new letterpress designs, and the brand spankin’ new Notes Decorativ, flat cards to send or frame. I just love her Postal Decorativ collection of 8 assorted postcards – so fresh and modern.
Lauries wants everyone to know that over the next few months, they’ll be further enhancing the 1201AM website with a new e-commerce system and additional content, so bookmark them! For now, you can shop their wares either at Trunkt. By the way, is it me, or did Trunkt get a new logo?
(images from 1201AM)