- Keeping greenery in your life can prove to be a difficult task when space is limited and you reside in a jungle of the concrete variety.
Greenery looks great in the garden, but bringing a little bit of nature indoors as well is always a good idea. These spun aluminum, powder coated planters from LA-based Pad Outdoor look as good in the yard as they do in the living room, and are available in white, red, brown, orange, and seafoam, in addition to the bold, bright gold color shown.
- It's an undisputed truth that some of L.A.'s best meals are served on the street. So why shouldn't L.A.'s finest food trucks have outdoor seating that equals their culinary excellence?
Foreclose on the rustic pitched-roof tree house and feather up for a modern roost. Just think ofthe handsome flock you’ll attract with this ceramic Bucky Ball—it’s certain to be the tweet of the town.
The difference a rug can make in a room is pretty remarkable: softening hardwood, bringing in a bit of a pattern or color, truly tying things together underfoot. San Francisco-based designer Melina Raissnia uses an ancient Iranian felting technique to create her collection, and her website—and Hayes Valley shop, if you're in the Bay Area—displays a great range of rugs. We're quite fond of Fuller and its nod to Bucky's geodesics.
LA-based Mod Mom Kiersten Hathcock made this bright Bertie Box from birch plywood, a sturdy storage choice for scattered toys; Roll it from room to room to pick up the pieces of playtime.
Sometimes you just need another place to sit. Whether you're hosting a party or sending someone on a time-out in the corner, this simple spindle stool is just right, and comes apart for flat packing and storage. Birkiland's online shop is dedicated to Icelandic design, showcasing the unique work coming from one of the most breathtaking places on earth.
Designed by Jerszy Seymour in 2004 / Polypropylene with fiberglass reinforcement.