Small things make all the difference. When it comes to appointing our homes with personal touches, the decorative choices we make say a lot about who we are, what we value, and how we define beauty. So, today’s roundup is about those “certain somethings” and the art of finding them.
This week, the folks at Furniture Fashion are sharing a roundup of ten cool accent tables like the austere pastel platta tables above from Anti Pulli, a self-illuminating lucite end table from Tavola, and eight other small, exquisite pieces.
The Designer Pad has pulled together a beautiful post on flea market finds and thrift decor…here’s a cool, crisp, aquamarine-tinged sample from the image gallery they’ve presented:
The thoughtful urbanites of Shoebox Dwelling admit their green thumbs are actually kind of brown, and this week they’re elated over a new self-watering potted plant perfect for yardless city dwellers who want a little flora in their homes:
We firmly believe the best home accessories are the ones that tell a story, and boy does Daniel Kanter have one to tell. Learn all about the danger, humor and general adventures behind his recent acquisitions in this engaging little post over at Manhattan Nest…
…Jenny Komeda of Little Green Notebook blurb shares the power of her little gold pen in a great article about transforming a boring set of old picture frames into a perfect decorative accessory…
…and finally, also in the spirit of sharing, The Brad Goreski-esque Brit behind Bright Bazaar gives us a rundown of ten things he learned he loved this weekend, from a set of hand-illustrated typewriter notecards to a bold, bright Peruvian rug. It’s the little things that make him happy, and we’re right there with him.