Ha ha, just found this and had to share, it’s a tea towel from Materialistic and it just about sums up how I’m feeling after spending several hours cleaning my apartment yesterday… Well here’s my thought of the day….
Wouldn’t this make the cutest housewarming present? Here are some more pretty things from Materialistic that you may also like…
via: mishy lane
Mishy Lane recently left a comment on decor8 and so I clicked over as I do with all those who visit me here and discovered her blog, Mishy Lane Design. This talented lady is a graphic designer and photographer from Brisbane, Australia who specializes in custom invitations, logos, branding, portrait photography and stationery design. Here is a peek at some of her photography…
Her blog is filled with inspiring visuals that you’ll no doubt enjoying browsing today and well, everyday this week as she is the blog of the week on decor8. I hope you are inspired by her style as much as I do!
(images: mishy lane)
Hello decor8 readers, I’m Sia from siagrafica, an illustration and (graphic) design blog. I’m visiting today to share with you, “A few of my favorite things”… I am super excited that Holly and her husband have recently relocated to Hannover because it is only a train ride away from Rotterdam, The Netherlands! I just moved back here after living in Amsterdam for six years and here are some favorite things in my apartment…
This vintage dress form was a gift from Richard, my former boss at Dutch department store De Bijenkorf. Richard also gave me the advice to stay true to myself – it’s a waste of time living up to other people’s values…
One of the things I really like about this apartment is the fact that there is stained glass in every room.
I also love my day bed from Habitat – it used to be my bed when I was in college – I love sitting here while flipping through magazines.
This “I love my clothes” cup was made by Femque van Geffen and Janneke Dröge – together they are BLOND Amsterdam. I bought this cup back in 2003 at their tiny studio/shop at the Spuistraat in Amsterdam. Nowadays, their Flagship store is located at Gerard Doustraat 69.
Another item I bought when I was still in college: this painting by Italian-Dutch artist Selwyn Senatori. I remember eating ramen noodles for the rest of the month but I’m still in love with this cute Vespa!
I am inspired by everyday life (I always carry a moleskine notebook and some TOMBOW pens with me), illustration + graphic design blogs and small shops like the Otherist (formerly known as egg mercantile) selling items by independent artists.
I’ve talked about Freddy & Ma before but I was recently reminded of their work and thought I’d show you some of their latest patterns and colors… oh and laptop sleeves (I’m dying to get my hands on one). I love seeing the work of Brooklyn artist Samantha Hahn on some of their pillows, I dig her design aesthetic so I think I’d own all of her pillows if I could fit them onto my sofa. :)
Aren’t these just lovely? You can customize plates, pillows, whatever you’d like using these fun tool on their site. They have a bevy of patterns to select from, and the pillows come in three sizes. I’m considering placing an order myself, I can never have too many cushions! Have fun playing on their website…
(images: freddy & ma)