The name Jennifer Murphy just popped into my mind and so I decided to check in on her and found out that she’s on Etsy now too! Wow, I can’t believe it as her things are sold in lots of gift shops which is how I first found her work. She makes all these sweet things using little handmade animals, like cake toppers and pretty little things to place around the home.
I really like the borders and things that she adds to embellish the images on her blog.
I found her inspirational blog, where I came across this photo of her studio though it looks like she is relocating so perhaps she’ll post her new studio after she moves and sets everything up. I love gazing into the creative spots of others!
(images from jennifer murphy)
Rainy Days is a new collection of porcelain by Copenhagen-based design studio Meyer Lavigne. Kristine Meyer and Sabine Lavigne graduated from Denmark’s School of Design and together they create ceramics with stories about the weather — storms, rain and quiet gray cities. In addition to ceramics, you can also find them designing cushions and bedding.
I found them via BoligLiv magazine and was quite surprised to learn that they have an Etsy store. I love how accessible their work is to all! Yay!
Kristine and Sabine share a blog that I enjoyed browsing this afternoon with my tea. I found some great new designers in Europe as a result like fashion designer Anna Gulmann and photographer Johan Rosenmunthe, who took the photo above featuring Kristine and Sabine seated upon their vases. More goodness to bookmark!
(images: meyer lavigne, johan rosenmunthe and boligliv)
Hello my dear blog readers! I will be laying low for the next several days as I injured myself over the weekend and currently am unable to walk due to a torn ligament. My doctor wants me to stay offline as much as possible and rest, especially since I have a lot going on in May and need to recover as quickly as I can. I’ll be back with some light posting on Thursday and Friday. See you in a few days…
Hello everyone! I’m taking off for the weekend but I hope that you have a fantastic few days! I am going out of town but back on Monday so I’ll see you then my friends! Remember to look for lots of ways to be creative, relax, and enjoy your weekend…
Until we meet again… see you on Monday!
(image: holly becker)
Photographer Irene Suchocki is giving decor8 readers a generous 15% off discount until May 15, 2009 just by entering “decor8rocks” (she made that up, not me ha ha!) upon checkout. Perfect time to find a photo or two and freshen up a room in your home! My favorites are shown below, the butterfly and the scene of rooftops in Paris transport me far beyond my desk today. What about you? I want to visit Paris again, for me it has been years. Are you traveling there soon? I will hop into your luggage!
(images Irene Suchocki)
Let the talented photographer, Nato Welton whisk you away to his magical land today, one that may not always in our reality but is certainly alive in our dreams… which is why we’re so drawn in, yes? This work space, a gorgeous necklace of pink ribbon and dainty charms, fresh raspberry pie, breakfast with a friend… brilliant.
Can you imagine enjoying your crossiant only to see a tiny guest had fluttered through the window, landing on your butter knife? These photographs are beautiful, but I’ve given you only a glimpse of what Nato can do. Please view hius online portfolio to enjoy dozens more. Each photo tells a beautiful tale if you look closely and allow your imagination to wander…
Nato is represented by Sarah Kaye in London.
(images: nato welton via sarah kaye)