Hella Jongerius Backpack Sofa via Galerie Kreo Castle and Things linens, here. Vacation home (you can stay here!) in Norway, via Welcome Beyond.
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August 31st, 2011 · No Comments
January 14th, 2011 · No Comments
I absolutely adore our dog and couldn’t imagine life without his little scruffy face in it. However, since introducing the four-legged gremlin into our lives, we’ve had to make some decorating concessions. For example, when it comes to floor coverings, there’s just no way we could ever have a luxurious, high-pile rug (at least in […]
January 14th, 2011 · No Comments
Buy the The Polaroid iPhone Decal at the Photojojo Store! It is somehow always cooler to make fancy schmancy modern possessions appear much less fancy schmancy and modern than they really are…case in point: iphone decal mimicking the front of a classic Polaroid camera.
December 8th, 2010 · No Comments
Everywhere you turn, someone has a statement to make…and judging by the work of Christen Carter, founder of Busy Beaver Button Co., the biggest statements are often best made on a small platform…such as a 1 inch button. In the late 1800s, buttons were used as a colorful way to promote all kinds of things…politicians, […]
November 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment
When I got home from work the other night I was going through the mail — bill, bill, magazine, Barbie catalog, bill — wait, a Barbie catalog? My curiosity peaked, I forged on — obscene highlights from The Blonde Collection, a limited run, collector’s dream, include a $9,000 chandelier made of blonde Barbie locks (designed by Project Runway […]
November 4th, 2010 · 3 Comments
Thanks to this commercial for The New Yorker‘s iPad app, I no longer have to wonder what it’d be like to spend a day with Jason Schwartzman. (I’m happy to report that he’s just as magical as I knew he’d be!) Also, where can I buy the light behind his head in the first scene?
November 2nd, 2010 · 2 Comments
Last week we were invited to the opening of Cire Trudon‘s first US store (the world’s oldest candle maker) on Bond Street in Manhattan. We couldn’t make it, but when I found out that a good friend would be attending, I asked her to cover it for us. Herewith, her review . . . Last week, […]
November 2nd, 2010 · 1 Comment
Vahram Muratyan‘s Paris vs New York blog is genius. It basically confirms my belief that Americans could take a cue from the French when it comes to the finer things in life — coffee, good bread, and film. And we wonder why Americans are so fat. Based on the food and beverage comparisons alone, Paris vs New York […]
October 31st, 2010 · No Comments
Powerpuff Girls by Amy Stein We hope you’re all partaking in some spooky festivities this weekend and looking as cool as these two Powerpuff Girls! The photo is by NYC-based photographer Amy Stein from her Halloween in Harlem series. A few of the images from the series are available for purchase on 20×200, which is […]
October 27th, 2010 · No Comments
I nearly squealed with delight when I saw the subject line “MOCA’s Jeffrey Deitch at home in Hollywood on NOWNESS.com” pop up in my inbox. I have secretly been hoping that someone would give us a peek into the home of LA’s most exciting new transplant and the new director of LA MOCA. Deitch has […]