3 Holiday Break

You may have noticed things are a little slow around here lately.  I am incredibly thankful for my new job and the opportunities that it presents, but that also means I have less time for the blog.  I am hoping that I will be able to get back on track soon, as I have been balancing the blog and a full time architecture job for 3.5 years now. I just need a little time to adjust and regroup.  So, I've decided to take a tiny break this week to recharge and do some inspiration collecting.  And play with my new iPad that Santa brought me (love it!). 
I will be back, hopefully refreshed and reinspired in the New Year! As always, you can find me chatting away on Twitter in the meantime...

Image: Pieces Wallpaper from Hygge & West...one of my most favorite wallpapers.


6 My Christmas Decorations 2010

So, first of all let me say please forgive me for these pics, they are horrible...but I wanted to show you my holiday decorations that I did this year.  I decided to go with a nature meets geometric/graphic theme.  I treated myself to a felt garland from West Elm and collected a perfect branch from the park by my house.  I made the mini terrarium ornaments with moss...I have wanted to do this forever, and I love them.  I'm going to try to get some better up close photos of them.  I mentioned before that I was inspired by these ornaments and you know I am obsessed with this image...and so I decorated some ceramic ornaments with a paint pen and came up with the trees and ornaments above.  And a little fishing line from my dad's vast collection...and voila!!

Anyway, I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas!!

1 Happy Mundane's Christmas Decorations

Happy Mundane's Christmas decorations make me so freaking happy!!

White + paper geo shapes, warm tones, grey facets, gold, glitter, and neon yellow...YES.


0 Beaver Street House

Beaver Street House designed by Craig Steely Architecture...just some awesome eye candy.

I'm off with my posting, today sorry.  Having one of those days...

1 Lovely Home in Eastern Germany

This home (belonging to the author of this blog) in Eastern Germany is quite lovely...

Found thanks to Simply Grove and Desire To Inspire


5 Striped Kilim Rug

Striped Kilim Rug...oh this is good.

Found thanks to Jonathan Legate.

0 Vandaag Restaurant

Vandaag, a restaurant in New York with focus on foods from Denmark and Holland....and with a lovely design.

Found thanks to See Saw Designs.

0 Kimchi Striped Luggage

Kimchi Striped Luggage from Urban Outfitters...adorable.


1 Numph

Numph...combining some of our favorite graphic elements and fashion. Love.

Found thanks to Oh Joy.

0 Downtown Portland House

That window/skylight and the dark skin in this house in Portland from Skylab Design Group are great.
Found thanks to Dwell.

0 Spica from Iacoli and Mcalister

Spica is the brightest star in the constellation Virgo and is the namesake for this light.

The pared down version of the Spica from Iacoli and Mcalister is pretty fantastic too.


0 Marks from Kristina Gerig

Marks from Kristina Gerig, a study in pattern and texture composed of slip-cast earthenware tiles.

Found thanks to Design Sponge.

2 Spica Threaded Light from Iacoli Mcallister

Spica Threaded Light  from Iacoli Mcallister, a special project for Thomas Sires.  So fantastic, my dad and I are contemplating a DIY from pieces of wrapped fishing rods...hmmm.

Found thanks to the always inspiring See Saw Designs.



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