Jason wrote in about Pop Cling, an adhesive wall art company, and I couldn’t wait to show you some of these wild ‘n wacky wall decals. Totally fun, what do you think?
Pop Cling is always seeking work from both established and emerging artists, so if you’re an interested artist, contact Jason here. I can totally see my friends in Berlin, Mike and Bloody Bunny, doing this kind of thing because they are both so talented and already have a following…
(images from pop cling)
Some may consider Spiegel a bit old school (or oldskool, depending on your age), but I find some unique home decor items on their website from time to time. Have an open mind, sometimes the places where you least expect to find something great is where you really do.
For instance, Spiegel has a fantastic selection of lamps with graphical shades that speak very much to the patterned shade/solid base trend we’ve been seeing. Since shades are so easy to swap out, it’s actually a great idea to purchase a lamp base you love and simply swap out the shade from time to time, alternating between patterns and solids, to give your space an all new look. Spiegel also has some nice floral salad plates and these fabulous mirrored stars for adding the perfect touch of sparkle.
(images from spiegel)
More to love from Sweden today… Have you browsed Design House Stockholm lately?
Art Collection, consisting of some of the most popular textile designs in 1950’s Sweden, are now available to order off the bolt (sold per meter) or as table runners, placemats, totes, cosmetic cases, pillows. Learn more about these designs, and locate stocklists, on the Design House Stockholm website under Products.
(images from design house stockholm)
Now, let’s step away from etsy finds for a bit, and look at these stunning acrylic beds from Swedish designer, Myrica Bergqvist, available in several colors and four key styles.
A modern interpretation of the past, Myrica’s designs add just the right touch of ‘wow’ without transforming your bedroom into the set of Marie Antoniette. In addition to headboads, Myrica also creates lighting and home accessories. If you’d like to locate her work, visit her stocklists online. This is Lady Babsy, available in black, white, or mirror.
Queenie, available in clear, white, smokey brown, smokey grey, black, red, mirror. Also shown in top image as a double.
(Thanks for your help, Myrica!)