Feb
26

Happy Weekend.

{Sam Coldy}

A few links to help you through the weekend:

+ All the pieces for the perfect Oscar party! Part 1 + 2

+ Why not play some Oscar bingo while you’re at it?

+ A new desktop wallpaper to ring in March

+ Client Bingo!!! It’s a bingo kinda week.

+ Pretty pale gray nails

+ I’m mildly obsessed with this Disney-like tea + coffee set

+ I know the Olympics are almost over, but I still love these paper versions of the Vancouver mascots

+ Wishing I was friendly enough with my sewing machine to make these old-timey undies!

PS: You have until Monday at 9am CST to enter the GREER Chicago giveaway! Two of you luckies will take home the prize.

Happy Weekend!

Feb
26

Picture It.

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Feb
26

Umbra Tubby Organizer.

I’ll say it for the record, I’m not a lover of lucite and acrylic. I’ve tried and tried, but I just can’t seem to embrace it. Then I saw this little tubby organizer from Umbra and had the teeny, tiniest change of heart. Kitchen. Office. Yes, please.

Feb
26

Paperleaf Eyelashes.

Inspired by the Chinese art of paper-cutting, Paperleaf’s fashion eyelashes are a detailed statement of delicate. Although I’m quite sure my eyes would start watering the moment they were adhered to my eyelids. Yes, I’m a baby.

Feb
26

Bin.

Bin is two parts: cylinder and lid. No mechanisms or levers. Nothing besides the genius of Shigeichiro Takeuchi. {via swissmiss}

Feb
25

Picture It.

{Miles Aldridge}

Feb
25

Molecovers.

If you’re like me, your Moleskine notebooks go through a lot. They get stained, bent up and otherwise disfigured. Enter the Molecover. Use it again and again for your notebook protection needs while retaining its original integrity. {via Design Milk}

Feb
25

Architectural Mailboxes.

Architectural Mailboxes has a great line of highly attractive, well, mailboxes. Everything from the more ornate end of the spectrum to clean and modern lines. Some models even accommodate multiple-residence homes and apartments. Any one of them would be way better than the plain white my house is rockin’ at the moment. {via core77}

Feb
25

Yellowfield7 Hats.



I’m all about bringing retro pieces back into the swing of things. Like these gorgeous hand-draped cloche hats inspired by early 20th Century American fashion (AKA the 1920s) by Behida Dolić. The navy with the feather? To die for. {via Something Old, Something New}

Feb
24

Picture It.

{Stefan Brüggemann}

I apologize for the lighter than usual posting so far this week. I’ve got several projects in the mix and seem to have bit off a bit more than I can chew. Things should be back to normally sooner than later!