I’m ending the week on a sweet note with these white honey pots.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
For the third Christmas gift guide, I opted for items that would make for amazing gifts for those who love Christmas!
GlucksteinHome glitter snowflake, GlucksteinHome polar boar ornament, GlucksteinHome Starry night tabletop tree, owl snow globe, countdown calendar, time capsule ornament, snowball wreath, disco ball topper, channel quilted velvet stocking, reindeer, menu cards, snowflake hurricanes, paperwhites, merry and joy soaps, winter cottage cookie jar
I recently learned about Welcome Companions, which is an online shop that carries some quirky items that put a smile on my face. I just have to share them with you.
glove coin purse, $240
panda shopper, $710
plates scarf, $100
teacup igloo handbag, $390
hat t-shirt, $40
This Valentine’s Day, I’m thinking hearts, hearts, and more hearts are the way to go. I’ve never been a major Valentine’s Day fan as I think love – and hearts – should be spread around generously throughout the year, so considering this, I think it’s as good a time as any to share some lovely items here (yes, even though we haven’t even yet entered February).
Sister Clara vase special edition golden heart, designed by Pepa Reverter, $410, 1st Dibs
faux suede slippers, $40
bkr water bottle, $49.95
heart coffee table, $2300, 1st Dibs
family time line by Aubrey Bonneau, from $24, Minted
heart pillow cover, $43, Etsy
pjs, $185, Charmajesty (oh, how I love this set!)
fractured heart marble, $795, Kelly Wearstler
Okay, okay, for all you diamond lovers out there, here’s one exceptional piece to end this post:
10.14 carat heart shaped diamond pendant, $785,000, 1st Dibs
I recently came across online market DLK, and I would love just about every item in my own home (even though the shop is definitely more targeted to items for kids and families). The product collection is so carefully curated, and the high-on-design items have the whole family in mind. While I featured a few of their organizational items earlier this month, I’d like to share more of what I’m liking from this shop.
Escape utility bag, $100, Forest Bound
C’est magnifique tee, $40, Young One Apparel
fluffy face bag, $65, The White Pepper
hi sweatshirt, $39 (kids), Organic Zoo
rabbit hat, $60 (kids), Oeuf
mountains blanket, $75, White Fox & Co.
binchotan charcoal toothbrush, $9, Morihata
keratin krew pillowcase, $35, Sack Me!
Hello Kitty lamp, $220, BaselNL
Pepe marble mirror, $600, Studio Pepe
shine bright acrylic tray, $59, Michael Revil Madjus for imm Living Studio
snowball music ball, $100, Siebensachen
POV table candleholder, $80, Note for Menu
pretty poster, $40, MiniWilla
modern peeler, $16, Normann Copenhagen
alphabet pebbles, $22, Rock & Pebble
puzzlehead, $20, Richard McGuire for Areaware
I have featured my growing menagerie around my home here on the blog over the last few years. While I haven’t added any new pieces to my collection recently, I do still keep my eye out for interesting items.
Furstenberg dragon glass, $236, Luisa Via Roma
elephant earrings, $14, Urban Outfitters
white owl costume, $94, Urban Outfitters (I’m keeping this in mind for Halloween!)
polar bear beanie, Eugenia Kim, $225, Barneys
black and white lion art print, Christian Meerman, $35, Chapters Indigo
Have a great weekend, everyone!
I love all the personalization options that are out there in the marketplace. From bags to shoes to home decor items, there’s really no limit to what can be personalized with embroidered and printed initials and names. Here are five items that caught my attention this week from personalization expert Mark & Graham.
Bamboo Elisabetta Slouch handbag, $425 (made in Italy)
Italian hemstitched grosgrain duvet & sham, $80-$300 (on sale) (made in Italy)
Turkish hydro cotton bathroom, $149 (made in Turkey)
Piazza leather key fob, $39 (made in Italy)
Have a wonderful (long) weekend!
I recently learned about online retailer Kaufmann Mercantile and I subsequently spent more time than I’d like to admit browsing the merchandise. If I had a bigger house, more display space, and an endless supply of money, I’dÂ place quite the order. There are just too many beautifully designed and manufactured pieces that I’d love to own – and give away, too. Here is just some of what I have in my imaginary shopping cart.
perpetual calendar, $146.70 CAD
Caran d’Ache ballpoint pen, $23.84 CAD (this is one of my favourite pens!)
traditional nordic wool blanket, $145.47 CAD
JapaneseÂ drawing pads, $24.45-$36.67 CAD
enamelware kitchen set, $109.96 CAD
handmade white pine doormat, $97.19 CAD
Belgian linen & cotton napkins, $30.56 CAD
set of hand-pressed glass bowls, $79.34 CAD
English steel counterweight scale, $341.07 CAD