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The Garden Edit

oooh boy did i go down the proverbial rabbit hole when i discovered The Garden Edit. i don’t think i have ooh’d and aah’d so much in a while. first of all, what a BEAUTIFUL site. second of all, what a DREAMY shop. founded by English gardener John Tebbs, The Garden Edit sports a collection of products for, and inspired by, the garden – bringing together a modern collection of products that embody functionality, timelessness and beauty. those copper bird feeders by Vasse Vaught are something else! and they even stock those lovely illustration by Alicia Galer, who i blogged about last year.

John launched The Garden Edit in the winter of 2013. With many of his working days held hostage to the weather, he decided to make the most of the downtime and embark on sourcing and selling the things he loves. The collection reflects John’s personal aesthetic – minimal, well-designed products from craftspeople, artists, publishing houses and family run businesses.

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Clay Opera

sweet fired things by Clay Opera.

I am passionate for clay, glazes and paints. Each mug, salter or plater coming out of my workshop has its own story, different inspiration. Each of my items has its indvidual character that I want to share with their future owners. At the start of XXth century, writer Nadezhda Mandelstam announced the beginnign of an era of ugly things. I would love to bring back the beauty in everyday things, soap dishes, sugar-bowls, butter churns…

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Nice Things No.16

here are ten nice things for the home: to buy, to DIY, or just to sigh (at)…

sweet little bowls by Fine Little Day:

porcelain serving boards by honeycomb studio:

unbelievable textiles by Mae Engelgeer, via gimii:

the awesome project is awesome:

Pennyweight Goods presents the Southern Lights Electric x Pennyweight wall lamp:

Bindle is a sweet gifting idea:

a DIY embroidery kit by Lisa Grue:

a faceted wall clock by Raw Dezign:

a DIY kitchen towel rack made from a brass rod, by Bambula:

and, pretty things inside tape:

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Nice Things No.15

here are 15 nice things for Nice Things No.15 – it’s an Etsy edition!

porcelain jewellery by Loumi:

the daschund league tote bag by giulia sagramola:

moonstone deco silver ring by Datter:

Rest print by Jon Duenas:

lost landscape dress by A Part of Me:

Faux Taxidermy bison head:

i feel great banner by Jimmy Marble:

hand-stitched grey leather tote by Artemis Leatherware:

february’s flowers by Rebekka Seale:

pendleton tote by Arc of Diver:

abstract prints by AMMIKI:

wooden coffee scoop by Brighton Exchange:

triangles tray by oelwein:

thank you card set by Harry Diaz:

crystal bar ring by upper metal class:

and, you’re right, Paris IS always a good idea. poster by Field Trip:

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Nice Things No.14

hey, happy friday! here are some things i think are nice. they are nice things (no.14, in fact). though there are only 13 items here… mmm. perhaps i should correspond the number of nice things with the nice things number. nice things no.100 is going to be a doozy, guys. have a good weekend.

1: cat bread board / 2: tilly acorns plate / 3: everlane cashmere / 4: handpainted pom pom wrapping paper / 5: diamond hanging planter / 6: constellation iphone sleeve / 7: pyramid collar tips / 8: lanvin copper toe sneakers / 9: ann-ya leather pouches / 10: hand-painted milk jug / 11:  shearer’s soap / 12: the possibilities are endless tote / 13: hinged brass mirrors

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janet hill

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i enjoy janet hill‘s still lifes (… still lives? i still don’t know what the plural is)

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