They cost $160 here, and they are like a glowing book (with led-tyvek pages) that you can leave open, fan out or wrap around for illumination. This is what you want in your campsite, in your car for late night picnic emergencies and for instagram-ortunites.
Archive for the ‘design’ Category
amazing Kokedama -inspired hanging plant sculptures by Fox Fodder Farm x Light and Ladder. Seen via Anthology.
Voices of Industry. They make clothes in Oakland.
And by make, I don’t mean how most lines make clothes domestically (buy fabric, most likely from overseas, and then have it sewn locally). They weave the fabric, then they make the pieces.
Obsessed with these beautiful, simple, understated smudges-of-gold earrings from WWAKE.
Isaac and I are moving to a new apartment soon. We wanted to just stay where we were till we moved to our house, but eh: what can I say: things like building a house take a long time and doing laundry at the laundromat sucks. So!
We’ve lived together for 12 years now and we want to make some actual changes in this next apartments, because things like our books, art and furniture don’t change move to move, and this is a good chance to mix things up as opposed to reinstalling our life in a bigger apartment with a laundry room.
No. More. Malm.
We bought it because it was simply designed and affordable, but I think I have scars on my shin from our Malm bed. And it’s huge! So, we are ditching the bed, and having a low mattress…but not in the way I used to (simplicity in youth looks a little slovenly, now that I think about it). We’ll go for something a little more like this:
Change 2. House Plants everywhere (and alive). I‘ll put in the effort to water, I swear!
I’m emotionally ready to have a ton of plants indoors: trees, philodendron, and some little ones for texture.
Change 3. Get low.
Our current apartment is so small that I always looked up: our dressers and bookshelves are tall to preserve precious square feet.
However, this next apartment is bigger, and has windows on three sides (four if you count the surprising and somewhat creepy ‘building hole’ window), and want to keep it looking wide open. We’ll be making low bookshelves and dressers throughout the house.
all images and their respective links on my Fifth From The Top Pinterest board.
It’s for your tech, but it’s a casual-but-still-a-bit-luxe (amazing leather) update to the rectangular clutch I’ve been carrying for years.