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Horne: My Wish List

I’ve known about Horne for awhile now but after seeing them again yesterday on Karin’s website, I thought I’d highlight a few of my favorite things from this beautiful web shop.

I’ve been craving relaxation, texture, sunshine, products made from wood and clay, fresh salad, and good old-fashioned natural simplicity lately. Aside from function these objects also act as art with their lines and shapes…

And how about this for a brilliant product idea? You can turn any wine glass or vessel into a candlestick holder with this contemporary porcelain insert called CandlestickMaker by Designfenzider in New York. I really like this!

(images from horne)

Posted by decor8 in shopping on March 03, 2009

Your comments...

  1. Barbara commented
    March 3rd, 2009 at 11:40am

    So pretty! I just love that creamy white bottle/vase. Thanks for introducing me to Horne!

    Barbaras last blog post: Abelardo Morell — Book Photography

  2. Lisa Golightly commented
    March 3rd, 2009 at 1:40pm

    gah! i’m crushing hard on that yellow bud vase!

  3. Kit Pollard commented
    March 3rd, 2009 at 1:53pm

    The candlestick maker is one of those things that’s so logical that I’m kind of angry I didn’t think of it myself. In the March Food & Wine there’s something similar – a party planner who creates platters with height just by gluing plates on top of candlesticks (both cheap) and painting the whole thing. So simple, and yet I never would’ve thought to do it…

    Kit Pollards last blog post: Getting the Gallery Look (7 photos)

  4. Laura commented
    March 3rd, 2009 at 7:06pm

    Beautiful! Everything feels really unique and handcrafted. Love those spoons & vases!

    Lauras last blog post: Thai Farm Cooking School

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