1938 leather butterfly chair
I imagine curling up in it with my pup, next to our Christmas tree, and logging on to Pandora’s indie Christmas station. spoon coffee mug sprout to sip a cup of vegan hot chocolate that I make with water and homemade almond butter mmmmmm. frames to remind them how much it meant to share that special day with my family, everyone’s getting a different frame with a photo from my wedding.
Thanks to megan, product manager assistant, for this submission.
grid media console ode to Eames case goods, super functional, works well with vintage pieces we own.reprouvé tables love this mix of metal and wood—causal yet extremely well designed. Great scale.teak bath accessories I love these wood bath accessories and their spa like shapes.
Thanks to todd, senior visual merchant west, for this submission.
beaker glass wine goblet there’s something charming, whimsical and “classic cocktail” about this glass that makes me want to refill sooner then I should.cuckoo clock it’s like a mirror image of the Brady Bunch House—with the nostalgia of yester-year!rig barstool it’s up, it’s down, it spins around… refined industrial with a splash of red.
Thanks to adam, store manager lincoln park, for this submission.
a feast for the eyes—packs a punch to any room!neville house
an incredibly well-designed architectural model. roundabout rug
rich woven wool in a modern design—swoon blue is my new favorite color!
gloss case goods
clean and simple design—love how the chrome back plates in the handles conceal what’s in the drawer (so no one sees your underwear) and the plinth bases make them look like they’re floating…and the high gloss white goes with everything!orange ice fountain pen
I was gifted a fountain pen for Christmas, and now I can’t write with anything else. But this one is special with its florescent orange casing, and its compact design is great for traveling—the perfect size for pockets and purses. I also love that Kaweco has been making writing instruments in Germany since 1883…such great heritage.untitled bed linens
first, I’m very excited to finally work with Creativity Explored! This is from a fun and whimsical piece of artwork that translated very to well to bedding—a warm neutral backdrop with garment washed and worn printing that is hand-screened onto the fabric. I also love that you have to look closely to see the people hiding in the landscape!