Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The comforts of Tokyo Milk

I miss my sister. She's off doing her thang in Scotland right now and I'm super proud of her. I tucked one of these spritely things in her care package. Picked it up from Anthropologie, perhaps one of the most unique and awe-inspiring shops ever; of course, everybody knows that but I digress. This solid perfume is crafted by Tokyo Milk, a big favorite in this house. The scent reminds me of perfume I wore in my junior high days filled with sharing clothes with my sister, building tree houses out back, and family camping out at the beach. It's just the perfect dose of rosy, clean nostalgia.

Impressive Wingspan

A simple yet stunning kind of "house charm". You don't have to resort to country fair wind chimes on your back porch. Crafted by Alena Hennessey from hydrostone, this seemingly weightless fowl is just the kind of outdoor emphasis you need to define your style; elegant, simplistic, naturalistic. Just make sure your neighbors don't steal it. Hey, if you were my neighbor, I would, I'm just saying...

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Succulent Wedding

Tending To It: Notes From A Garden Hoe just blows me away with its photographs of succulents and other sustainable floral arrangements. I just love succulents period! Here is a wedding they did in conjunction with Mi Iwasaki of mi-workshop whose wooden arrangements offer simple yet ingenious design.

Paper Genius

Love these paper wonders from A Quick Study on Etsy. It just makes organization seem more fun. Somehow, some way, we will all be organized some day.