Musically, I’ve been on a bit of a Landon Pigg kick as of late and I think that possibly, maybe I’ve fallen in love with the beauty that is Perpetumobile, a shop based out of Hungary by Zsófi Tóth, whose life is comprised of “dreaming, imagining, listening, wandering, [and] creating.”
In Zsófi’s shop you’ll find a goldmine of beautiful dreamcatchers which far outshine any attempts I ever made at my sixth grade science camp back in the mid ’90s and a handful of spectacular origami cranes in some of the most dazzling of colors to add a dash of pop and pizazz to your home.
I was completely riveted by product shots, which hone in on the majestic details of the dreamcatchers.
Can you feel the beauty radiating from these photos?
How about a little bit of midcentury modern-esque whimsy from Decoylab? From giraffes to owls to hedgehogs to elephant clocks and more, the Kansas City-based shop offers a plethora of fun clocks and other accessories to delight your inner child.
Honestly, can you look at these darling products without smiling?
For further inspiration, head over to Decoylab on Etsy.
Herriott Grace is a father/daughter team producing amazing one off wooden and ceramic pieces. Lance and Nikole Herriott live 3400 kilometers apart: his workshop is in Victoria, British Columbia, and her studio is in Toronto, Ontario.
The products, ranging from spoons to bowl, chopping boards to rolling pins, are gorgeous in their irregularity and have a delightful handmade, unique feel.
They are inspired by homesteads and farms and early morning light. By travel, via train and old world hotels. By well-worn tables and the meals around them. But most of all, by tradition, by trees and by things made by hand.
I could just about stock my whole house with this loveliness!
And how delightful is the styling and photography, all done by Nikole.
Allergy season is upon is in my household and our noses have been running as if to prepare for a marathon. Tissues have almost become a decorate part of my home now, so that had me thinking about decorative tissue holders. I remember first spotting whale tissue holders by Sparkly Pony early last year on Making it Lovely. I had a peek at their shop recently and fell in love all over again with whale tissue holders and a new favorite: an elephant tissue holder. Visit their shop for cuteness and cleverness overload, and if you’re shopping around for kids or kids at heart, theirs is a shop I highly recommend perusing.
A great way to bring the outdoors in without bringing actual items that require upkeep or taxidermy is through nature-inspired home decor. Take for instance Annapavlovna, a shop based in Russia created by Anna and Kate, who carry a bevy of lovely wooden frames and other decorative accessories.
They also sell a number of darling stuffed animals, also perfect to have as decorative keepsakes that add a soft, inviting touch to your home.