Danish company Ferm Living just updated their website for Spring ’08 to include not only their wallpaper and vinyl decals, but some fantastic table linens, throw pillows, tea towels, paper goods, and bedding.
What a stunning collection for Spring, great job Ferm! If you’d like to see their wallpaper in action, tour a beautiful San Francisco apartment belonging to their U.S. rep Christiana Coop right here on Apartment Therapy.
Psst: Vanessa De Vargas of Turquoise LA will host a very special event with Ferm Living… You can meet and mingle with them out in L.A. I’ll post complete details soon.
(images from ferm living)
Deanna wrote in from Stick Meon to show me some sweet wall decals. I’ve seen a lot of wall stickers since decor8 launched over two years ago, but this trend continues to press forward which leads me to think that it just may be around for a very long time.
I’m still hoping for the day when someone invents wallpaper decals for those renting property out there. But for now, even a renter has options with decals like the adorable ones from Stick Meon. Thank you Deanna for writing in!
(images from stick meon)
Hot off the press! That’s right, DwellStudio has expanded beyond bedding, soft toys, and table linens. They’re going for room domination now as they’ve just added wall art to their nursery collection. How fun! These prints are pretty cute, it makes coordinating everything for the nursery so much easier for new parents if you’re into themes, that is. Some parents are, some aren’t. But in case you like this sort of thing, DwellStudio is your one stop shop for baby.
What’s next? Rugs? Tiles? Clothing? Diaper bags? Whatever they think of next, I’m sure it will be another big hit. It’s great to see them bringing their graphics to walls everywhere. Nice work, Dwell!
(image from design public)
I can’t wait to show you a few of my favorite Etsy stores for this week. If you’ve missed previous Take Five Tuesdays please click here to catch up on your reading. This week, it’s all about paper, felt, paint, and a dash of fabric. Oh wait, that’s pretty much every week! :) Hope you like these finds, I had fun pulling them together.
Kiki & Polly. What a beautiful shop this is! The artist, Lisa Golightly (love her last name) is based in Portland, OR and has such a soft, delicate touch to her work, I’m so fond of it. She also does custom paintings of children in a style very similar to Claudine Hellmuth, another artist I love. Fabulous work, Lisa! Can I order one of everything?
SanFran67. Helen Musselwhite is based in the UK and does some wonderful things with a scalpel and paper! Everything in her shop is original and handmade, oh and did I mention affordable? Helen is such a creative inspiration. I must highlight how greatly I appreciate her efforts in showing the work in an actual space. I can’t stress how important this is for sellers, it really makes a difference in sales. Helen, great job.
Reyart. Handfelted birch bark bowls and pebbles, paintings, brooches, necklaces… Reya, a self-taught artist living in the Netherlands, clearly has talent and a great sense of style. Her items sell out quickly though, so if you see something you like, grab it or better yet, add her store to your RSS feed. Great tip for any etsy store you’d like to stalk on a regular basis. :)
Three words for ya. The Mincing Mockingbird. What can I say? This guy is genius. I love his work, it cracks me up. You have to at least visit his shop and buy a magnet or two even if you don’t need one of his fabulous bird portraits. Some of these are too funny. For reals.
Modiste Me. This shop features a delightful mix of of handmade items created by Canadian Julie Scott. “Modiste” is French for a “seamstress” or “dressmaker” and as Julie puts it, “It reflects both my French heritage and my creative pursuits”. Great work, Julie!
(images above linked in this post)