Saturday, March 21, 2009

Tao Kurihara

White on white. Ruffles upon ruffles. Color on color. These outfits are definitely fantastical and not something everyday, BUT I can't help but fantasize about the event to which I could wear one of these stunning creations. Tao Kurihara's got unbridled, over-the-top talent.

Barbara Munsel

Barbara Munsel is a young, talented designer from The Netherlands. She makes fabric, clothing and jewelry. It's almost as if a five year old with mad technical skills was unleashed in a design studio -- and I mean that in the BEST way. I really love the uninhibited creativity and whimsy!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

This Little Piggie

Check out the adorable brass pig by Walter Bosse from Austria. What a great doorstop or bookend! Visit the website to see a wide array of different animals.

Sunday, March 15, 2009


Sounds like a grade school insult, doesn't it? Check out these awesome canvas work bags from Home Depot. The best part is the prices won't make you feel, well . . . like a tool.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

James Merrell Photography

Ok. Clearly I do not have anything going on tonight. That being said, there is no shortage of amazing finds on the world wide web. I LOVE the graphic nature of British photographer James Merrell.

Chloe Fall 2009

More ruffly runway yumminess from Chloe.

Miu Miu Fall 2009

Gorgeous details from Miu Miu's Fall 2009 Runway Show.

Angelica Houston

Angelica Houston is beautiful now, but I never realized how stunning she was in her younger years. Can someone please tell me how I can get MY arms to look like that?

Louis Vuitton Fall 2009

Ruffles! Ruffles! And more ruffles! Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 via NYTimes.

West Elm

I'm also considering this one from West Elm.


Considering tight budgets, Target has really jumped to the rescue. I haven't seen this stuff in person, but I'm seriously considering one of these headboards.

Friday, March 13, 2009

A Little Obsessed. . .

with 1st Dibs. Now I'm on to the ceramics. . . So charming!

More 1st Dibs Yumminess

I've been looking for a nice settee to put off the kitchen, in front of the bookcase that separates Benjamin's office from the rest of the apartment. Swoon swoon. Drool drool. From

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Lucrecia Troncoso

Born in Argentina, and now residing in Los Angeles, artist Lucrecia Troncoso continues to experiment with unconventional materials like hair, orange peel, and soap to create pieces that spring from the materials and from observations of daily-life. Those shoes are made from orange peels and that cascading floral loveliness is made from cellulose sponges! Very inspiring and unique work from Julie Baker Fine Art.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

1st Dibs

Oh just browsing some loverly items that I can't afford but would love to have in my home.