"You've got some pretty great stuff in here."
What? Where do you keep your salt and pepper?
Light and lovely, but make sure you only use an LED, so you don’t burst into flames.
I’m just a little obsessed with Karolin Schnoor’s fairytale design series. So dark, yet so lovely.
If you know me, you know about cloud love.
Have an homage to Spock and company in your kitchen.
The most holy-shit-I-never-thought-I-liked-caramels caramels in the world. Addictive. Oh, and by the way, WE’RE BACK. (Sorry, it only took 5 months longer than I thought.)
Major Etsy bender today…
Pink and orange together can’t fail.
One more summer serving essential.
I’m not sure which excites me more — the scents (delicious) or the visuals (same). See especially: Gardenia, Mediterranean (above), and Oceano.
One for Eric. (We’re going to need a bigger kitchen.)
I know I should just rent this, but how awesome would it be to have ready access to heavenly pillows of sugar?
Tons of summer parties, right? (Right.)
File under: three things I want for summer. This is number one, and feels like a total essential right now.
No, I am not daydreaming about margaritas crafted from fine 100% agave tequila. (Yes I am.)
Super cheerful for dark rooms like this one.
Sweet, soft alpaca depicts a very not-sweet, not-soft schooner.
Get beach ready with some old Americana.
Mini bowls for the prettiest salt and pepper presentation ever.
Last week I got it in my head that I’d like to drink from a 20 oz glass solo cup with a silicon lid and straw. But nobody makes that. (YET. Somebody, get on it.) Instead, enjoy this for now.
No, don’t go trying to fill these with flowers and water…
Go spring-clean your skin!
How pretty is this? Not to mention, how fun for a kid to open up!
It’s time to write more brightly-colored thanks and hellos.
You want huge? Check. A balloon? Check, check. I just got to play with some giant balloons at a wedding, and had I known then that I could order better colors, I would have been all over this site.
World’s most adorable paperweight. Just don’t stick it under your desk when you’re finished, jerk.
If I had it to do over again, I would give our table a brighter palette, like with these.
Perfect for a kid’s room, no? As long as they don’t start practicing penmanship on this puppy.
I could use some of this stuff right now.
I have one of those classic five inch tall blocks to cut on, which I’ve since learned would be better if it were only a quarter of its height. If you agree, try this beauty.
Get some colorful writerly inspiration from RibbonSquirrel’s print and poster shop.
I’m hoping that I could keep something as rugged as rosemary alive, because it would be excellent to go into spring and summer smelling Sicily everyday.