totally out of my price range, but great nonetheless. Available for $420 through Heath.
I’m totally digging this light-up black-ocean globe:
although I’d paint the base bright pink. Really, how hot would that be?
One of my next projects in our house is to give the bathroom a mini-facelift – a new storage solution, possibly a new paint job (again!,) and replace our shower curtain with a non-PVC one. Right now we’re leaning towards this:
um, yeah, as seen on HGTV apparently. I like the simple white-on-white pattern, and while I really want this:
it’s a little too girly for T, which I get (I guess.) Anyways, while researching options for our house, I put together a list of Best Non Vinyl Shower Curtains over at AT:SF. So if you’re in the market for a non-toxic shower curtain, go check it out. (oh, and our old shower curtain, which has gotten super scummy in the last two years anyways, will be turned into a drop cloth. Waste not, want not.)
I think this could be pretty fantastic in the right space:
porcupine quills are fun, right?
also, check out that stack of fabric – that’s only part of the stash I picked up from Purl Patchwork when I was in New York. (Yes, I flew in with an empty suitcase.) And no, it’s not all for me, in a few weeks I should be able to share the project most of it’s going towards.
I got an e-mail from Anisha at Saffron Marigold this morning, telling me about their hand-crafted block-printed textiles. I love these pillow cases, and am thinking that we might have to get some of them for the window seats at the beach house.
ps. check out the photo illustrated explanation of their process here, it’s actually really interesting (and the photos are beautiful)