A reader wrote in asking about the wallpaper shown in this image below, an entry to the Fabulous Stationery contest sent in by Allison Nance. I usually reply to quick questions via email versus turning them into a post, but since I can’t locate her email to send her an update, here’s an update for her – I think I found the pattern! It’s over at Romo Fabrics and it’s called Kimura. It looks identical to me. The slight color difference could either be the lighting in the photo, or perhaps this pattern is available in additional colors.
(images from romo fabrics)
More pretty things for your walls… Valerie told me about her store Witty Workshop and since this Montreal-based artist has super cute things, why not share them with you? I don’t see many ovens as a motif out there which makes this so original and a bit of a break from the norm. Plus, it’s quite fun to see drawings of appliances in great colors. :)
I really like this tea party print because it not only reminds me of the ones I had as a child, but I’m always looking for pretty art for children’s bedrooms that have a bit of a storybook quality to them. Does that even make sense? It sounded better in my head… :) But I think you know what I mean. This print is one that a child can look at and build an entire story around it, it’s so charming.
I’m forever fascinated with color and the direct link that it has to mood. The colors in this print are very soft, calming, you could pull together a room using this palette and create an inviting magical space for a little girl. I really appreciate it when artists write to me sharing their work, so thank you so much Valerie for saying hello.
(images from witty workshop)
A little birdie told me that tomorrow (8/7) Kate from Little Doodles will open the doors of her etsy store to sell some darling prints of her original drawings. You can preview some illustrations in flickr that she may list in her store tomorrow. So don’t forget! Add her to your etsy faves so when tomorrow comes, you will be first to preview her darling things.
Thanks Kate for the news! Yay, congrats!
Beautiful prints from Swallowfield today (thanks for the update, Jen!) that reflect her life on the Maine coast so well, don’t you think? I love the first one shown of the mussels sold in a limited edition of only 20 (10 left!) for $18, so hurry if you like it. I never tire of blue tones and illustrated works of things found at sea, so this print is one that I really like. I also like the background of swirls and objects that almost look like tiny shells…
(images from swallowfield)