It’s like Saarinen meets Alien: the E-lastic table by Timothy Schrieber, at Contemporist.
Coolest Easter eggs ever! Find out how to DIY your own Mondrian inspired Easter eggs at Curbly.
One of our favorite bloggers has hit the big time — er, kinda. Pam from RetroRenovation had her highly-informative video about her bathroom remodel featured at Urlesque, and apparently, they think it’s the funniest thing they’ve ever seen!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! That’s right… National Grilled Cheese Month! If you need a little help in the creativity department, let the helpful tutorials and recipes at The Grilled Cheese Academy guide you through the next few weeks like Yoda training Luke in the ways of the Jedi.
Iâ€™ve become the person that never makes it to the flea market on time. The result? I see a lot of good stuff walking out. This year, I resolve to make it to at least one flea market with the early birds in the hopes of scoring a deal on a McCoy vase. While I like the simplicity of the deep green glaze, thereâ€™s something kitschy and exuberant about the bird and animal vases that makes my heart go pitter-pat. You can see a gallery of McCoy pottery, along with a history of the family-owned Ohio company, here. â€” Sarah L.
Velocity Art and Design is offering 15% off Roost products through 4/30, and free shipping with orders of $50 or more. We want one (or a few) of these recycled glass bubble terrariums (pictured above).
Wow. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams are offering a too-good-to-be-true 20% off custom orders, until 5/8, so get in your orders soon, like a pimped-out custom Liam sofa. Wouldn’t it be delicious in velvet?
Jonathan Adler is offering deep discounts on selected patterns and colors from the Positano pillow collection, regularly priced from $68 to $125 , now on sale from $34 to $98.
Score a sweet deal on housewares from Alessi at UnicaHome’s massive clearance.
For all the love we give Etsy, there are a lot of artisans working for larger companies that deserve a shout out. Case in point? Motawi Tile in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Nawal Motawi started the company in 1992 in her parentsâ€™ garage. Now the company has its own space (tours available) and is carried at nearly 400 tile dealers nationwide. The glazes are inspired, in part, by Rookwood while the designs are a definite nod to the Arts and Crafts era. If youâ€™re interested in ordering tiles for display purposes, you can shop online through the Motawi store. â€” Sarah L.
I stumbled upon the Unruly Mustache collection($24) first, just doing some Etsy browsing for fun. It was the name that caught my attention, but when I saw the vintage Tin-type photos I was enraptured. I love these fellas. And then I saw the Groomed Mustache collection($25) and fell in love all over again. I think both sets would be so fetching in our bathroom, as part of a gallery wall, each framed in something like one of these vintage frames — though I’d hate to see Mrs. Halmer evicted. Sadieolive is a one stop shop of Victorian vintage delights! — Megan B.