Be it vinyl toys, teacups or ordinary rocks, collections are a fun sight for both the collector and the folks who come visiting. To keep your mini objets d'art looking curated rather than crazy, display them in cases. Glass and metal curios are sure to give their contents class, even if it's just a collection of old rocks from your travels.
Target has teamed up with Feed USA for a limited-edition product line. The earthy look paired with a mostly neutral palette has an outdoorsy feel. Better yet, a portion of your purchase will be donated, and every dollar donated translates into 8 meals for folks across the country.
There's just something inherently appealing about the look of laboratory equipment. Between the elegant lines of an Erlenmeyer flask and the smooth, blown-glass lip of a beaker, it's hard to look at a rack of science equipment and not want to start experimenting. And now that science class aesthetic could be coming to the kitchen.
These make me think of freshly organized desks, clean, architectural lines, and maybe a few OCD behaviors. Or, just like me, but the exact opposite. Click below for sources, and more interior inspiration.
You know the old saying - April showers bring May flowers. Bring some of those budding beauties indoors and display them in small vases. It's a quick and easy way to add some springtime fun to your home.
As the daughter of a painter and an organic farmer, artist Molly Hatch spent her youth alternating between creative play and physical labor. This early training ground would prove important later in life, providing the discipline and hard work for life as an artist. Today, Molly's colorful designs and illustrations adorn tableware, wallpaper and furniture.
Artist Justin Teilhet has come a long way since starting out as a self-taught ceramicist. His works are at once simple and yet incredibly dynamic while maintaining a soothing effect on the eye. They are special because they function as both art in and of themselves, as well as functional pieces that can be used as a vessel or a vase.
Architects Tania Garbe and Ida Polzer want to mix good design with good stewardship. Their new webshop, Design With Benefits, offers unique, high design accessories that are socially and environmentally conscious. We're talking radios from an Indonesian plant that teaches former farmers craftsmanship skills and jewelry made from a salvaged historic Frank Lloyd Wright roof. Fun stuff!