We love reading this paper-centric blog, and it comes as no surprise that the products sold by its online boutique are rich in design and print quality.
Though graphic design is a 2D world, and Apartment Therapy is mainly concerned with 3D space, Felt & Wire often explores graphics that are purposed for items we can hold in our hands - like innovative packaging and greeting cards printed on fine stock. Even the name of the site refers to the felt and wire materials used in printmaking which can often be found in the decorative pieces we choose for our homes. This convergence of design disciplines gives us an introduction to another creative form that may seem unfamiliar on the outside, but is actually very much related to our interests. With alluring items and guest curators to lead you to them, the store is a great resource for unique stationery. We sorted through the lot and found several home-related items that are worth sharing, from the paper placecards that serve double duty as wineglass identifiers, and the adorable silkscreened posters that look charmingly handmade.
Be sure to visit Felt & Wire for insightful commentary on the best of beautiful typography in graphic design and as well as checking out the items in their online boutique.