FYI — Quick update intended for my non-U.S. friends, Anthropologie just adopted the international shipping solution FiftyOne to allow you to easily shop from and ship to 34 countries including the Netherlands, UK, Germany, and Sweden! Yay! Details here.
… Have a great weekend!
Monday is a holiday here in the states, and I’m taking Tuesday off to work on a few projects, but I’ll be back blogging on decor8 Wednesday, February 20th. I’ve included lots of links below to keep you busy until then.
A beautiful loft in Paris to take you away…
A fabulous chandelier to shed some light (and empty your wallet).
Vintage maps from After Noah.
Amy Butler’s Sew Inspiring Contest over at Craft: magazine (stay tuned for a decor8/Amy Butler contest in April!)
A stationery sale that will make you see Stripes.
A lovely Flickr group dedicated to still life photography.
Nectar & Light for inspiration (just lovely).
Karlsson lights that I want to know more about.
Creative way to display plates for a little DIY this weekend.
Fabulous online scheduling.
Beautiful Shweshwe fabric from South Africa.
Pupe Girl is a strange but cute little website for making adorable Japanese versions of yourself. Burns hours so beware.
This new tool called Animoto to show your craft creations online. To music. MTV style.
(image from Trina Dalziel represented by Lilla Rogers Studio in Boston.)
Want to play virtual designer today? Reader Graham wrote in about mydeco, a new UK website that recently launched (beta version) all about decorating with features that include searching retailers, plan a room, buy the look, even some informative articles on topics like the physiological effects of color (does my living room make me look fat?) and floral arranging.
(images from mydeco)
I really adore all the new things (and a few of the older ones) at Viva Terra, our eco-friendly spot on the web that I enjoy for its natural and modern aesthetic. Here are some things that I’ve got my eyes on and look! Moroccan wedding quilts! Someone finally carries them online in America. Although nothing will ever replace my quilt from Maryam in Marrakesh… But for those of you that would like to own one, here’s your chance.
rabbit bag, Moroccan Wedding quilt, and a Leafy linen throw pillow.
Here’s a wedding quilt in a guest suite at the Parker Palm Springs
designed by Jonathan Adler. A nice example of how versatile this piece is.
(images from viva terra)