The Blues: Products We Love
A doll's dream house doesn't have to be all fussy pink plastic decor, as proven by this bold red and blue cardboard abode. Easy to assemble, tote around, and even customize with crayons, the on-the-go MobileHome just might be exactly what Barbie's looking for. Available for purchase from ModernKid.
The Studio Collection is The Rug Company’s first “entry-level” line. The range of handmade cotton dhurries is reasonably priced and available in 18 color-saturated prints.
We've long admired the teapots on offer from Japanese brand Beehouse—which come in all sorts of classic shapes, sizes, and colors—and when we spotted a sweet collection on display at a shop this weekend we were reminded yet again of just how lovely they are. This blue square version comes with a removable screen infuser and stainless steel lid which means you can stick it in the microwave (and also makes for easy cleaning). Put the kettle on, it's time for a brew!
We’re digging the fresh contrast of this mod wall clock’s maple face and powder coated geometric frame. Sculpted steel markers give the effect of holding it all together.
Like typography savants, textile cognoscenti occupy a healthy chunk of the modernist population—as they should, since woven accessories are essential for warming up a stark, streamlined interior. These five selections, from dhurrie to hand-knotted, make a case for vibrant colors and patterns underfoot.
- As Friday comes to an end and we ready ourselves for the weekend, we take a look back.
- A new line of furniture by BoConcept and Nendo marries Danish functionality with Japanese whimsy.
- Not shying away from a bright wash of color or a vibrant coat of paint, these seven kaleidoscopic homes are sure to cure you from the winter blues.