the bold and colorful collection from Paul Farrell. The UK-based artist and designer is inspired by color, nature and form to create his work. And if you’re as smitten as we are, you can shop the full assortment of cards, textiles and prints here.
Photos: Paul Farrell
Ferm Living New Collection
to see the new collection from Ferm Living. We dressed our dining room walls with the feather wallpaper and couldn’t be happier with the outcome. So, the new fall/winter 2012 collection leaves me wanting more Ferm Living in my home. They have an all new bath line, as well as some other killer pieces like pillows, baskets, flower pots, tea towels and SO much more. Check it all out here.
Photos: Ferm Living, threetwentyeight
A big fan..
Donna Wilson Owl Plate
of artist, Donna Wilson’s work. The talented artist has gained a ton of recognition since she began her career and even won Elle Deco British designer of the year award last year. From ceramics to pillows, it’s one of those brands that is perfect for gifting. And that includes self purchases.
Donna Wilson Use my Beehive Tea Towel
Photos: Donna Wilson
in Karlsborg that was started by Marit Lissdaniels and Angelica Utterberg about two years ago. Little Studio carries products for the home like trays, pillows and cutting boards that are designed in bright colors and bold graphic prints. Everything is created without taking age or gender into consideration. It’s about conveying a feeling and unique pieces that just sort of pop.
Photos: Little Studio
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A simple way..
Pillows from Bark Decor
to give new life to an old couch. These hand-printed pillows from Bark Decor are made with eco-friendly water based inks. And I must say, I have not come across interesting pillows this reasonably priced in a long time. This etsy shop is also stocked with lovely tea towels, bedding, jewelry, scarves, turbans, and tons of comfy tees. They’ve got it all covered!
Photo: Sara Barrett/Bark Decor
Santa Fe Pillow
in Austin, Texas these pretty patterns by Leah Duncan would bring a bit of whimsy to any room. The pillow cover is removable (perfect if you have kids or happen to be a bit clumsy) and made of a cotton/linen blend. Leah Duncan is an artist and designer whose work includes lovely prints, tea towels, calendars, notebooks and scarves. Take a look at her shop here.
Photo: Leah Duncan
The happy designs..
Fine Little Day Cutting Boards
of these cutting boards from Fine Little Day make them perfect not only for cutting food, but also for serving it too. If you’ve got a small living space, like myself, you can understand the importance of multi-use items. This cutting board can be left out on the counter, acting like part of the decor, rather than having to hide it away. Based out of Sweden, the Fine Little Day shop also carries other lovely items like posters, prints, pillows, wallpaper and blankets. As an added bonus the site also offers free shipping world wide.. fine indeed.
Photos: Fine Little Day
Reminisce the days..
of your youth with home designs from Shop Dirtsa. Find great things like the elementary penmanship pillows, a paint-by-number globe wall hanging and a map chalkboard to chart where you’ve been or where you’re going. The name comes from the owner’s grandmother, Astrid, spelled backwards – so unique! The colorful designs are handmade and bring a sense of flair to any room.
pi'lo Tooth Pillow $15
loosing a tooth was the highlight of your month? Heck, maybe year – depending on how quickly they were falling out. What an exciting thought, a little fairly was going to fly into your room in the middle of the night and replace that silly tooth with money! Well, these little tooth pillows makes a pretty momentous experience even more special.. they are just so sweet. It’s by a Canadian designer, Heather Shaw, whose brand is pi’lo. All pieces are handsewn in her studio with the hope that each item will be passed down to future generations. Given the fact that they are sewn from durable fabrics like hemp, linen and made with love, they certainly are sure to become heirlooms.