2012 was the year of the knit and in 2013 I hope to continue my unofficial textiles studies starting with drooling over these furry beauties. How much do you wanna bury your face or bare feet in these?
Raise your hand if you procrastinated and are doing some last-minute shopping today of all days? *Sheepishly raises both hands* Yep, I’m one of those facing the crazy crowds today, wish me luck.
On a brighter note, how cute are those clocks and that space! I’d like to imagine that if I had those clocks I’d never be late and I’d never procrastinate, but let’s face it, beautiful clocks may only distract me further.
If you celebrate, happy holidays friends, if not, hooray for the day(s) off! xo
I think I’m a little late at posting about this clothing rack as it was apparently all the rage awhile back but I can’t resist posting about it as it represents exactly what I’ve been looking for. Yep, still on the hunt for a clothing rack, my husband started building me one but, work has just gotten in the way and the poor dear has barely had time to lay eyes on his garage.
A clothing rack like this would suit my needs perfectly, simple, unobtrusive and just the perfect size. Sigh. Santa, if you’re listening, if I found this under my tree on Tuesday, I’d be one happy, happy gal.
Do you guys remember the amazing work of the talented Sergio Guijarro that I posted about awhile back? Well, Sergio e-mailed me recently about his new project and I was floored. I swear, it feels like his work was created just for me, I suppose that is the sign of a great artist.
images via Sergio Guijarro
I discovered this lovely lady on Instagram and I’m really glad I did. In addition to being an awesome designer, she also makes these lovely clay necklaces that I can’t get enough of, I keep going to the website trying to pick just one to purchase, but it can’t be done. I want all of them.
okay kiosk shop
Oh and this branding?! I die.
After taking my first weaving class, I googled weft and warp (naturally) and stumbled upon the cutest shop that carries these lovely scarves. Charlotte Graves, the founder of Weft & Warp left her graphic design job to create and sell her pretty creations, and boy, her background sure is evident in that kick-ass site, I am loving all the bold and bright graphics.