Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness! She’s done it again. Angela Adams has created a fresh new line of shag rugs for Spring that you’ll love. She’s also updated her website (a must surf) complete with an online shop. You can purchase t-shirts, glassware, handbags, papergoods, and of course, wool and cotton rugs, so don’t miss it. I love every single product and I can’t wait until Spring when I travel up to Portland, Maine to check out her showroom. What do you think, do you like it? Brent, if you’re reading, this post is dedicated to Y-O-U!
Here’s some fresh finds from Angela Adams!
manfred + lulu glassware, $30 set of four
you can find her new line of rugs, like the bubba citron rug, $299
Create a burst of energy and style in your space with the fun Wallter Starburst wall application from FOLD Bedding. Wallter is your new peel away friend – paint and stick him where you fancy! Here are some photos of how you can best display Wallter in your space. Prices range from $142 + up and can be purchased online at 2Modern. If you’re a local, you can find these at Koo de Kir in Beacon Hill or Aunt Sadie’s in the South End.
Are you origanizationally challenged? Maybe you just need motivation. How about some smart storage accessories to clean up your act? There’s this website called See Jane Work that I’ve been obsessed with ever since I first read about them in Daily Candy about a year ago. See Jane Work carries tools you’ll use to help you become more organized without sacrificing your sense of style. No more ugly folders and pencil cups from your local office supply store. See Jane Work is also a beautiful website, easy to navigate, and the prices range from el cheapo to oh-my-god expensive, so you have a choice to either spend some pocket change or to shop so hard you can’t pay your rent this month. They carry names like Kate Spade, Jonathan Adler, Russell+Hazel, Stray Dog, and Hable Construction. They even feature a desk-of-the-month, which I love because it shows you a photo of an uber-organized workspace and exactly what they used to pull it all together. Their current desk of the month photo is shown above, “beachside blues”.
Get your creative juices flowing and work it in style! Work Jane, work!
Here’s some fresh finds from my desk to yours… What do you think about See Jane Work? You like?
Christine M. Liu, originally from Frederick, Maryland, is burning steadily into her sixth year of learning, shopping, eating, writing, and designing in Cambridge, MA. She squeezed in web-designing, pentax-wielding, and viola-playing amidst mathematics-applying at Harvard College, and is now working to develop a fashion network system as a masters student in the sociable media group at the MIT Media Lab.
Some of her current obsessions include co-producing tech-conceptual fashion shows, extolling the virtues of electronica, and knitting with the fleece of fine animals everywhere. Coos of delight are induced by the works of many favourite designers, including Issey Miyake, Tord Boontje, Eero Saarinen, Sanrio…
She is is very excited to be a guest writer for decor8, and we’re happy to have her on deck. With her busy schedule, we never know when she’ll pop up on decor8, so stay tuned! Look for her photo near post titles, that way, you’ll easily spot the posts that are from Christine.
(bio and photo contributed by Christine Liu)