01/ Such a great geometric DIY picnic blanket.
02/ Alcohol-infused gummy bears!
03/ These DIY Painted Confetti Tumblers would make a sweet summer hostess gift.
04/ A world map made of coins.
05/ I’m a sucker for these Full Moon Sticky Notes.
06/ Room portraits – from above!
07/ Platter of Friendship.
08/ Would you have a cocktail out of The Porthole?
09/ The Bill Murray Coloring Book!
10/ The Etcetera Planter looks like a great small spaces solution.
Breakfasts of Noosa yoghurt, uncooked oatmeal, and blueberries.
So many hazy hot days.
Plenty of hydrangeas stolen from my mom’s yard.
Lazy days spent with these two.
Fostered this little guy – Snoopy – for three weeks. He goes to his forever home today. Sniff.
Discovered the simple awesomeness of avocado toast.
Paid too much for delicious Rainier cherries!
Started my first ever garden.
So many colors, so little time! Penny Round Cushions (and covers) are so multifunctional, they’d be great for lounging outdoors or around the coffee table. Because you can never have too many seating options, yes?
I usually find drawer fresheners cloyingly floral and very un-me, but that’s not the case with Fresh Threads. All three available scents – Subtle Citrus, Classic Clean, and Soft Amber – pass my test. And they’re not only good for use in drawers, I also popped a few in my coat closet, cabinets, and under the driver’s seat in my car. The patterned prints are nice and modern, and each one even has a tiny pop-out circle so you can thread some twine and hang wherever you please.
These Cilindro Pendant Lights are modern, fun, and colorful. They come in both solid and pierced designs, and I’m not positive but I think one might look perfect over the desk in my studio. *wink*
1/ Bright Notes from Sugar Paper
2/ Campo Marzio Notepads from Kate’s Paperie
3/ Constellation Notebooks from the Curiosity Shoppe
4/ Handmade Notebooks from Serena Olivieri
5/ DRAW Tribal Edition from ARMINHO
6/ Neon Red Notebook from Lou Lou & Company
7/ To Do from eat sleep cuddle
8/ Exercise Books (set of 5) from Ferse Verse
Lovely chestnut wood Colour Platters from Scholten & Baijings are flippin’ gorgeous, don’t you think? Each one has a different geometric pattern that’s sure to make whatever you’re serving up on it *POP*! (via Design Milk)
Crushing on Chapeau, a set of porcelain serving and storage bowls that come with two different tops that can be interchanged. Their spaceship-y shapes are much more aesthetically pleasing than your everyday Tupperware! (Coming soon to Alma’s Room.)
Ever wanted to draw every single thing at MoMA? Because Jason Polan thought about it, and then did it. Once in 2005, then again this year. Lucky for you he made two books – The Every Piece of Art in the Museum of Modern Art Books 1 and 2 – chronicling both adventures, now you can save your ink! (via The Jealous Curator)