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
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)
Have you heard of the Pattern Bakery in Finland? Well you are about to because I just wrote about them this morning over at Real Simple. Click here to check it out if you’d like to see more…
By the way, I hope you don’t mind when I tease you to visit another spot online where I’ve posted something. I’m not trying to pimp my work but I do like to share these lovely companies with you and don’t want you to miss them in case you don’t check out the other spots where I contribute these days. :)
(image: pattern bakery)
Author and designer Betz White contacted me this morning to share her new organic fabric collection just in time for Summer called Family Cottage, and you can learn all about it here on her blog. Betz is the author of the popular new book Sewing Green and aside from being talented she’s just the nicest lady — I always love hearing from her.
And Betz — thank you for writing in and sharing your line with decor8 readers today and congrats on your vibrant new fabric collection!
(images: betz white)
Dandi is a brand new homewares company based in Sydney made up of four ladies who met in college while studying industrial design. They decided to combine their talents and form a business and Dandi was born. I heard from one of these ladies, Melinda, who sent me these photos to premiere here on decor8 today. They specialize in the design and creation of innovative screen printed fabric and etched bamboo products for the home. Dandi infuses their collection with bright colors, fresh patterns and a bit of the 1950’s housewife femininity combined with nature motifs.
The Dandi team.
The Dandi girls playing around…