I’ve always tried to make my rental apartments as home-like as possible, but now that I’m preparing to purchase our very first home I’m stepping into a whole new realm of decisions and possibilities. I can’t wait to invest in a few things to really make it our own! I’m also loving the sentiment behind these prints from the ladies of Curious & Co. – a perfect reminder for what really makes a house a home.
Available at Curious & Co.!
p.s. Curious & Co. is offering Oh So Beautiful Paper readers a 10% discount to all orders orders placed by 11:59pm EST on February 28 – just enter “OSBP” at checkout!
Photo Credits: Curious & Co.
Normally Fridays are all about pretty paper artwork, but I recently came across these adorable hand painted and illustrated ceramics from Asleep From Day and couldn’t resist sharing. I’m completely smitten with the mugs in particular, but the vases, candle holders, and platters are just as fantastic. Here are a few of my favorites!
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Photo Credits: Asleep From Day
For the final post from the January 2012 NYIGF, I’m focusing in on a few interior design exhibitors at the show. I happily stumbled into the booth of Cose Nuove, which specializes in Scandinavian design – from eco-friendly dishtowels to textiles to mugs and votives. So pretty!
I can never resist the bright colors and patterns at Jonathan Adler – and while it might see random, the two things that really caught my eye this year were some new fun bath towels and shower curtains!
Designer Christen Maxwell isn’t exclusively about interior design – she creates some truly lovely tote bags and clutches – but I absolutely loved her new pillow patterns and designs. I’m particularly smitten with the watercolor houndstooth pattern and the pillows with neon piping.
Well, that’s it from the January 2012 NYIGF! Do you have any particular favorites from the show?
Photo Credits: Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper
I adore these stacking vessels – a collaboration between Pigeon Toe ceramics and illustrator Shanna Murray. They would be so cute together as salt and pepper cellars, vessels for sauce, or even for votives.
Available right here.
Photo Credits: Pigeon Toe
It’s always a bit of a challenge to decorate for the holidays in our narrow DC apartment – we don’t have a mantle and barely have enough room for a Christmas tree! These holiday decals from Shanna Murray are perfect for our little space. I already have a couple of Shanna’s decals in our bedroom, and I’d love to put one of the holiday designs in our entryway and another in our living room window. So pretty!
p.s. Shanna also has a lovely collection of holiday cards (including a fun neon and kraft paper card!)…
Check out more in Shanna’s shop right here!
Photo Credits: Shanna Murray