Some wonderful pics from Vintagepiken.
Wonderful creme fringed creations with that cozy winter feeling.
Photos via Style Indicator
I absolutely fell in love with the amazing ceramics of Brooklyn-based artist Paula Greif. Paula’s namesake ceramics line was conceived when the former art director decided to remake everything in her kitchen with her own hands – inspired by American stoneware bottles and Mexican folk pottery, each piece is unique and resonates with Paula’s tenacious and instinctual approach to creating.
I recently discovered the magazine Flow, a magazine for paper lovers with full of ideas, beautiful art work, inspiring stories and fun projects. The magazine is split into four sections, each indicated by a fold-out tab: Feel connected – about family, relationships and the wider world, Live mindfully – about living consciously and being aware of the moment, Spoil yourself – with gadget tips, recipes, inspiration and so on, and Simplify your life – with practical solutions that can make life easier. Leafing through any edition is an experience in itself. Each issue also contains little gifts, such as labels, pennants, postcards, sheets of paper, illustrations to color in and window stickers; a real treasure trove with stunning graphics and beautiful illustrations. The story behind Flow Magazine is quite incredible. Two Dutch journalists were mulling over what kind of magazine they wanted to read, when they realized that such a magazine didn’t exist. So they created it and within just a few years they were reaching several hundred thousand readers, first in the Netherlands and Belgium, then in the rest of Europe and around the world. However, Flow is about more than just paper but a lovely inspiration source of happiness. Have a look inside…
Something to love about today are the fabulous items of Copirates who creates limited éditions with the collaboration of ceramic artist Marie-Laure Gobat. A mixture of porcelain and textile for your tea time.
Chilean textile designer Karen Barbé is creating one of a kind pieces for the home with woven and embroidered textiles and accesssories inspired by traditional crafts and folklore.
Something to love about today are the pretty textile homewares of Charlotte Macey Textiles. Charlotte’s range of practical and useful items for the home are each embroidered or printed with her quirky illustrations like the cute chubby chickens, teacups or woolly sheep, and handmade from beautiful cottons and linens all sourced from local shops & around Britain.