Transform all earthbound flora into veritable air plants with these powder-coated, spun-aluminum, pill-shaped planters. They screw directly into any vertical surface or hang from above.
- An Edison bulb's artful filament might be attractive to look at, but its subpar energy consumption isn't nearly as appealing.
Few things are better than a beautiful bouquet on one's birthday–or any day! This lovely vase, handmade by Brooklyn-based ceramics company Perch!, stands 11.5-inches tall with a 4-inch opening (and has a wider-stouter sister, the Vessel: Chloe, that measures 9-inches tall and 5-inches wide).
- Lately we've noticed a resurgent love affair with the lightbulb. Whether it's unique shades acting as a glowing showcase or the bare bulbs themselves, we dig this look.
- Out-of-the-box is so old school.
No need to dive 20,000 leagues into the briny deep to find this clever little cephalopod-inspired caddy. Yes, it plays into our love of the oceanic and the nautical, but the fact that the red, black, chartreuse, or blue design carries up to nine shower accoutrements to keep our bathroom nice and tidy was what really won us over.
If you haven't ever checked out the truly lovely selection of goods at Gretel Home, click on over for a browse through a really, really beautiful set of stuff for the home. These walnut vessels by UK designer Matt Pugh are sold individually, and the bit of color around that accents the trim makes them something special. Check out these, and a bunch more equally want-worthy items at Gretel Home's site.
An aluminium diffuser teetering on an attenuated steel base holds superslim LED lightbulbs and defies traditional desk lamp logic.