the age of design

ten most coveted

she‘s got the poufs! homespun sweater balls look right nice in such a spare space.

*via design*sponge.


thonet meets japan

we love a parsons table as much as the next person, but a workspace with a sleeker profile (and german-austrian meets japanese design pedigree) seems just right for 2010. steel pipe desk from the MUJI manufactured by thonet collection.

get lit, part 24

looking back at some of the niftiest goods from this decade. numero uno, modern chandeliers.

lindsay adelman agnes candelabra

orbit chandelier by patrick townsend

established & sons torch light

work lamp from form us with love


this trend has been around for awhile (in fact, wethinks it graced the pages of ye olde dominoe once upon a time) but it’s come full circle, with outerwear, children’s accessories, and hair, respectively.

horizon coat from j. crew

mountain beanbag from smallable

daphne, shot by garance doré

though, let’s be honest, nothing beats the gradient radiator.

feel these shelves

favorite color, hands down.


hand (so-called for “have a nice day”) is a new restaurant in paris with a DIY-américain aesthetic: hanging light bulbs, vintage school chairs and bright red floors. it has no website yet, and the only review we’ve read claims that their house caesar “might have been created by a drunk at a motel salad bar” (meow!), but we’re here to talk about design and wow do we like those navy blue walls.

things we talk about when hanging artwork

we generally stick to a very strict set of picture-hanging standards: the accepted gallery-style midpoint of 60 inches from the floor or 57 inches from the baseboard. however! like any good rule there are always exceptions, and the home of frederic méchiche in the marais district of paris is one. photographed by interiors magazine.