So Eggcited, Just Can't Hide It
Our early-morning-egg-hunt-days are long behind us, but there's something about an adorable bunny that still pulls at the old Easter Sunday heartstrings. These 100% organic cotton plush rabbits are just too darn cute, and would make a perfect companion to a spring day spent eating peeps, jellybeans, and chocolate.
Peep-induced sugar rush? Good thing these felted-wool egg cozies from Parkhaus Berlin are keeping your hard boiled eggs warm for when you need a break from the sweet things. Just make sure no one slipped a Cadbury's Creme variety under there, or you might be buzzing on through next Easter.
This outdoor lamp by Archivio Storico for FontanaArte brings new meaning to hiding eggs in the backyard. It's like Easter for adults—only these glowing orbs won't be hard to find and there is most cetainly no candy inside them.
The Egg Birdhouse by designer Jim Schatz gives small birds like chickadees and wrens a colorful, modern, and durable home. Available in eight glossy colors.
- Pull up a lounge chair and prep the grill. With summer in full swing, there's no better time to outfit your outdoor space with a fleet of new designs.
- Name the hubs for emerging American designers and you'll likely hear the usual suspects of Seattle, San Francisco, and Brooklyn.
This three-legged standing Birdhouse consists of the egg, hand-milled from solid walnut or teak and the steel legs, offered in a raw burnished finish as well as several standard powder coat colors. This beautiful piece can be displayed as art indoors just as easily as a working birdhouse outdoors. It is offered in two versions: Indoor (hand oiled walnut) or Outdoor (marine varnished teak).
From a clustered chandelier to a cylindrical sky blue birdhouse, we've rounded up a dozen of our favorite ceramic designs.