After looking for Maura’s red chandelier yesterday (still no luck, can you help?), I discovered a whole slew of lighting websites that I’d not come across before, so thanks for the challenge, Maura!
This is exactly why I keep blogging despite how little I sleep or eat lately (smile), I love the thrill of the hunt. I think I have over 5,000 product websites in my personal database so far. For instance, I stumbled upon Shine Home yesterday, and love it! They have the neatest glass pendants, so retro cute, and I just adore the green Olivia shown below (left). Grace would look splendid in an entryway (middle), as would Jayne (right). Did you notice the chain links on them? Stylin’!
They even produce vases.
(images from shine home)
If you haven’t heard the news, consider yourself informed! Lotta is inviting you to shop her website for a 3 day only (starting today) 20% off sale. Hurry, sale ends on February 8th, so get hoppin’! Tote bags, Japanese porcelain, table linens, aprons… Some items are in limited supply, first come, first served. No double guessing your decisions, if you like it, order it! :) I’m thinking that maybe I’ll pick up her travel style book and some pot holders for a friend of mine. What about you, see anything you can apply this great discount to?
(images from lotta jansdotter)
I’m so excited to share this with you! Susie at Rock Scissor Paper contacted me last week about their new home collection, and I can’t wait until it’s ready! Coasters, pillows, notebooks, aprons and tea towels in all those lovely patterns Rock Scissor Paper is known (and loved) for. Designs include woodgrain, birds, raindrops, and forest motifs. They’ll be available on their website March 1st (they already have a waiting list!), but here’s a sneak peek for decor8 readers, straight from Ms. Susie herself.
(images from rock scissor paper)
Textiles and wallpaper always make me happy. These are from Sandberg in Sweden. I love these images, and happy that wallpaper is still very much in vogue here in the states as well as in other parts of the world. It’s wonderful to see more and more pretty papers, and less fear of wallpaper overall. Prints and patterns are SO exciting!
(images from sandberg)