Well, that Caroline Hwang article and the fact that I'm moving got me thinking about my home. So, when I happened to click on the Treasury a few minutes before it opened last night (and then snagged one), I decided to fill it with items I would love to have in my home:
I just found the plytextiles shop and I love this "Modern Doily -- Shades of Mustard," particularly because I love hexagons which remind me of beehives (and also remind me that we need to help save them).
"Best Before" by ricochetstudio is great! I love when everyday objects are elevated, especially ones that are ephemeral or we take for granted (in this instance, both).
Faux bois is great, and "Blueorange II" by edwardfoley is a colorful take on it; I usually tend to be more interested in texture, but I love a punch of color.
Nonfictiondesign has a fantastic series entitled "Invasive Species Dinnerware." This piece is "Invasive European Starling."
Ah, I still need to make a terrarium and TheOakLeaves terrariums are so inspiring!
Vaeda's photography is stunning, particularly this photo: "Stained Glass Visionaries."
Simplicity is one of my mottos and checkout this "Cork Trivet" by nothingasitseems.
I live in Oregon, and we even have a beaver on our flag, so the "Bad Beaver vase (chewed)" by paigerussell is a favorite of mine.
I think I've mentioned before that I really want a cuckoo clock, but I also love these rad "Wall Hanging Clock - Cuckoo Clock - Blue" clocks by decoylab. I suppose I could have a few. :)
SarahBurden's Dirty Delft series is stinkin' clever and this one is "Dirty Delft Plate Number 3."
So, since I'm going to have a woodstove, maybe I'll fill the area around it with faux bois (and some faux bois log pillows to curl up on). This piece, Logs, by GollyBard is simple and perfect.
Last, but not least, "Mod Cabin Clock," by nice is simply white and could look lovely next to the faux bois.
Happy Monday! (now back to packing)