Now with an expanded website, you can check out all kinds of different elements like new eco-friendly furniture, upcycled vintage, new accessories, rare vintage accessory finds and even raw vintage pieces -- pieces Little Pond Design founder Rebekah Gainsley finds, keeps "raw" and allows you to pick out the perfect elements to upcycle it with. Along with selling items, Rebekah also offers staging, restyling, resource shopping and color and design consulting. Bottom line: we like how streamlined everything on the site is and how it's curated to reflect a modern and natural style from brands that have eco-friendly beliefs and practices.
Images: Little Pond Design
- Founded by: Rebekah Gainsley
- Headquarters: Austin, Texas
Inspired by: vintage textiles, lilacs, any hans wegner chair, eliel saarinen, creative tension, flea markets, tom ford, maya lin, bob schneider, lipstick, cradle to cradle design ideas, sam mockbee, my six year old's obsession with puns, pop culture, eero saarinen, civil rights activists, my four year old's desire to become a ninja, dan winters, patti smith, wallpaper, jhumpa lahiri, peonies, banksy the graffiti artist, louise bourgeois, alexander mcqueen, birds, historical fiction, malcom gladwell theories, phillipe starck, marlene dumas, zaha hadid, johnny cash, tadao ando, wolfgang tillmans, sinclair black, kyle beachy.
Around the Web
- Little Pond Takes Green Design Seriously [Apartment Therapy]
- Tribeza [Eye for Design: Rebekah Gainsely, Little Pond Design]
- Greening Austin Daily [New Eco-friendly Austin-based Interior Design Company, Little Pond Design]