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Dwell Bedding *New* at Design Public

I’m sure you’ve already heard about the new bedding from Dwell (I love the Chinoiserie collection), but did you know that it’s now available at Design Public? Well, okay – not exactly. But it will be around mid March. For now, you can browse the collection on their website, check out the prices, create a wishlist, and even leave your email address beneath items you’re interested in and Design Public will contact you as soon as they are available. So everything you see here can be yours, around mid March. Tempting, now isn’t it?

(images from design public via dwell)

Posted in Rooms on February 07, 2007

Amy Butler’s *New* Online Store!

Amy Butler Alert! Amy has officially launched her e-boutique and I just had to pass on the link. So exciting, you simply must drop everything and click here. Thank you Ellen for letting us know!

(image from amy butler)

Posted in Objects on February 07, 2007

Agnes + Hoss (NYIGF)

Stephanie from Agnes + Hoss in Chicago sent over some great images of her NYIGF booth featuring silk pillows, lamps, lighting, handbags, scarves, and her new obi-style belts (wrapped around glass vases). Oh Stephaine, you continue to dazzle! Just look at these delicious patterns! You can click on any image below for a larger view.

Looking to make a purchase for Spring? Agnes + Hoss goodies are available at these fine stores. Thank you Stephaine for sharing your booth with decor8 readers!

(images from agnes + hoss)

Posted in events + markets, fashion + accessories, Objects on February 07, 2007

Bob’s Your Uncle (NYIGF)

Bob’s Your Uncle sent a photo of their booth from the NYIGF last week, which was fun to look at – I spot melamine plates!

Founded in Boston by English couple Michele and Martin Yeeles, Bob’s Your Uncle is an old British expression meaning “Everything’s Fine”. Cute fact, huh? I guess that is how you always want to appear when working – calm, carefree, no worries. Beneath the surface though, you haven’t slept in days and you’re stressed to the max.

I love the folders marked “Limbo” and the cute honey bear melamine plates. Their kids placemats are cute because they’re packaged as tear off sheets and each one has a recipe on it written by a child (those are not new, but I like them just the same). If you’d like to shop for their products online, here’s a list of online stores for you to choose from.

(images from bob’s your uncle)

Posted in events + markets, Rooms, stationery on February 07, 2007


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