Spotted some fresh finds on urbans, thought you’d like a peek. I’m all over these white eyelet paper lanterns available in bee hive, mushroom, oval and round. You simply have to have these pretty plates in the prettiest dainty patterns ever! Set of 3 watercolor ceramic plates are only $21.
Also, don’t miss the sale items. I found a few that are great looking and priced right, like the bar cart regularly $120 now $69.99.
(photos from urban outfitters)
Seduced by the works of New Hampshire artist, Gina Adams, my inspiration today flows from her nature-inspired encaustic pieces and her resplendent paintings. Three of my favorites are collaged together above; I adore the graceful movement and flow, the combination of luscious colors, completely captivating. My wished-for collections are the encaustics and unconscious, both displayed on her website. Gina works from her studio at the Salmon Falls Mills in Rollinsford, NH. If you are local, the mills will hold a special spring open studios event featuring 75 artists, including Gina, in case you’re looking to acquire your own original art. Click here to learn more about the spring event on May 6, 2006.
(art by gina adams and photos from her website)
Ah. Bernabei Freeman lighting. What a turn on. My apologies in advance for this teaser, but when I spotted these jaw dropping stunners, I simply couldn’t resist posting them, even though the closest store is Living Edge in Australia. They’re certain to send chills up your spine… Fingers crossed, a design savvy retailer will pick them up pronto so we can suspend these darlings in modern homes on this side of the globe.
Also, don’t miss their Shibori Screen. Lush.
(all above photos from bernabei freeman and living edge)