wakabayashi hayato

Images from photographer Wakabayashi Hayato ... pretty pretty for a work in progress:

wakabayashi hayato - work in progress 07work in progress 07

wakabayashi hayato - work in progress 03work in progress 03

(via PourPorter via gotasalviento)

ly arkitekter

ly arkitekter - strynefjell house renovationMy ideal kitchen view is from the Strynefjell House Renovation, 2005 by LY Arkitekter (photo by Arne Langleite)

(via Miss Moss)


NAUT - Atelier side cabinetNo.FOASC02, Atelier side cabinet in ash and steel by Japanese furniture and interiors company NAUT
(Also lovely: matching Frame display shelf and Frame sideboard)


Current favorites from Lauren Jones / mydearthing:

mydearthing - y back tank and pocket short sleeve tleft: Y Back Tank, right: Pocket Short Sleeve T

mydearthing - split sweater and sheer ls sweaterleft: Split Sweater, right: Sheer L/S Sweater

erica tanov + chris french metal

chris french metal clothing rails at Erica Tanov shopCustom steel clothing rails by Chris French Metal at Erica Tanov shop designed by Douglas Burnham of Envelope A + D. See more gorgeous shop details at Remodelista.

artifact bags

Artifact Bags - No. 175 Tote in Waxed CanvasNo. 175 Tote in Waxed Canvas by Artifact Bags (also loving this lunch tote!)

barbican foodhall and lounge by SHH

We're loving the Barbican Foodhall and Lounge designed by SHH, especially the custom lighting and furniture:

Barbican Foodhall and Lounge designed by SHH (lighting)The lighting was a collaboration between Helen Hughes and lighting designers PSLAB. (more)

Barbican Foodhall and Lounge designed by SHH (furniture)The furniture was a collaboration between Helen Hughes and furniture designer Stefan Bench. (more)

(via FormFire Glassworks)

wishful thinking, kitchen ed.

Ikea Riklig Teapot and Oooms Sixpack Bottle Carrierleft: Riklig Teapot from Ikea, right: Sixpack Bottle Carrier from Oooms (via Noa Bernstein)

Snow Peak Titanium Spork and Sigg Aluminum Mini Lunchboxleft: Titanium Spork from Snow Peak, right: Aluminum Mini Lunchbox by Sigg (via Kelli Hanley)

three little ducks

Have you seen this new clothing line yet? Three Little Ducks by Katherine Humphery and Patrick McDermott:

Three Little Ducks - Charcoal Gathers Dress and Ivy Dressleft: Charcoal Gathers Dress, right: Ivy Dress

Three Little Ducks - Evelyn Dress and Ink Iku Dressleft: Evelyn Dress, right: Ink Iku Dress

rib and hull

Rib & Hull - Organic Linen Canvas ToteThe perfect Organic Linen Canvas Tote from Rib & Hull

circles on etsy

Have you played around with the new circles tool on Etsy? We're still trying to figure it out. It's a little overwhelming, but we think we like it! Well, here are some circles of a different kind:

Mama May I - Make a Match Memory Game: ZOO EditionMake a Match Memory Game: ZOO Edition by Mama May I

From Gray to Gold - Vintage Nissen Denmark Teak Cutting BoardVintage Nissen Denmark Teak Cutting Board at From Gray to Gold

Merriweather Council - Snowball Hand Embroidery in 3 inch HoopSnowball Hand Embroidery in 3 inch Hoop by Merriweather Council

jeanne opgenhaffen

Jeanne Opgenhaffen - How the Wind Blows (detail)Jeanne Opgenhaffen - How the Wind BlowsHow the Wind Blows by Jeanne Opgenhaffen

"Living and working in Belgium, Jeanne Opgenhaffen is internationally recognised for her work with coloured porcelain. Her large murals are constructed from thousands of tiles, which are overlapped in varying shades and tones. Over the years her work has developed from the figurative to the abstract. The earth's layers are recreated in subtle colour changes. Opgenhaffen's influences are the landscape and rock strata. When you look at her work, it has a movement about it - like a breeze blowing across a field changing the colour of the vegetation. She has an affinity for stones, geology and the earth." - Rufford, 2004

(via of paper and things)

and we're off

Jack Pawling Snyder - Ski... to a great start in 2011 that is! (photo by our grandfather, John Pawling Snyder)

THANK YOU so much to Etsy for making us a Featured Seller last week! We weren't really sure what to expect, but what an amazing response!! We were happy to learn that we are not the only ones afraid of glitter and that others could appreciate our mismatched furniture as much as we do. We made new friends and learned that we're definitely not the only sisters who think alike. We packed more orders than we've ever packed before and now we're even more excited to see where Pawling takes us. Thank you so much for your support and a huge welcome to any new readers! We promise we'll be better bloggers now that things have settled a bit =)

Here's to new friends and piles of snow! Happy (belated) New Year everyone!