Eskayel Ripple Pearl Wallpaper
to Eskayel by Kerry and I’m just wild about the new poolside collection. I’m actually going crazy over everything they offer from the wallpaper, to pillows, and especially the fabric (I’d be happy with even just a sample). Like many other great companies these days, Eskayel is based out of Brooklyn, and if you’re in need of giving your home environment a little kick, this is a great one to turn to.
3D Pet Portrait
are these 3D pet portraits by designer Sian Keegan? Just send in a photograph of your pet, and a custom-made stuffed animal will be created in their likeness. This Etsy shop is stocked with all sorts of stuffed animals, cute cake toppers and pretty patterned fabric that are sure to make any pet-lover smile. Added bonus, all of these little critters are made using recycled fabrics!
Collected by Tas-ka
over pretty much everything Collected by Tas-ka has to offer. Now is the time of hibernation and feeling at “home” in your pad is pretty important (to me at least). This Dutch company really has something for every decorating style, from lampshades, coffee mugs, cutting boards, books, blankets and fabric – well, just go see for yourself. It’s hard to find one thing I don’t like!
Juni New York
sunny daisies, sweet hearts and a little bit of flower power, stylist Shannon Hodgson created the collection Juni. A little girls clothing line that is wearable, completely adorable and hand stitched right here in NYC. Made from 100% cotton fabrics that have a retro vibe, similar to the handmade clothes Shannon’s mother, June, used to make for her when she was a kid. So sweet, I wish Juni made clothes that came in my size too!
Juni Apron Skirt
Photo: Marko Dashev
Shirayuki towels that only get better over time, can’t say that about many things. These beautiful towels are made from fabric used to make mosquito nets, also called “kaya”. They make lovely hand, dish, wash cloths and best of all wonderful gifts . They can be found at a shop called UGUiSU, a great go-to for all things unique. We’ve mentioned the paper balloons from UGUiSU but they’ve got such an amazing assortment of Japanese goods, like washi masking tape, origami paper sets and all other kinds of bits and baubles, so it’s definitely worth another shout-out.