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Saturday
Sep062008

WINKS

.... just a couple of cute little fellows

WINKS - weekend links. Here we list what has come in during the week, things we've found and things we think you'll want to see. If you'd like to see your blog or website featured email us and if we think it fits with our readers we'll link you. So what's in this week?



  • So many beautiful things in my inbox this week. I am speechless over this one. Misha Handmade Wallpapers selects, produces and distributes silk hand-painted wallpapers. You must must must go to their website and drool. Misha also creates stunning contemporary furniture with a twist. Clean modern lines combined with rich, luxurious, hand-painted papers reviving historical patterns. Trust the Italians to take wallpaper to the next level. Go.... what are you waiting for? Swoon.

  • Oh my, oh my, oh my!!! More beautiful furniture, some of the most stunning organic lines I have seen for a long long time. The company is Ode Chair .... contemporary organic chairs hand made in Northumberland, England. The creative genius behind them is Jolyon Yates. Must have please please.

  • Lina lives in Stockholm, Sweden and has a home styling company. She's just started a webshop C'est la vie Home featuring pretty little decorating objects as well as luxury chocolate and tea. In Swedish of course but that's what page translators are for. Beautiful pictures speak all languages. Check out her blog too. Good luck with your online business Lina!

  • Caroline from Belgium recently started her blog, Carrie Can, as a way of collecting and sharing her inspirations and work with her readers. Pop over and say hi!

  • Another new blog alert. Designer/artist Annie Coggan emailed to introduce Chairs and Buildings. "I am a new faculty member at Mississippi State University teaching design studio and furniture design. (I was in Brooklyn and teaching at Parsons and Pratt for 10 years). This new life has given me time to organize my thinking for lectures and projects so I started a blog as a sketchbook." It's visual food for thought.

  • Jonathan Adler has gone country? Yay? Nay? Or Ye-ha!

  • Have you seen the blog Lime in the Coconut yet? Love Linda's profile - "Living life in a humble Florida hacienda...surrounded by family, dogs, art and PLENTY of sand on the floor. Oh, and a lizard or two that always seem to find their way in the open doors and windows. Hey, what can I say...Sometimes it just isn't pretty. But it IS home." The blog is full of eye candy with special emphasis on tropical style.

  • Where does Erin from Design for Mankind find the time? The woman is a creative dynamo. She's collaborating with the Art House Co-Op, an Atlanta-based gallery on The Scavenger Project. "We're making a book and we need your help! We're going to send you a list of 24 things which will end up being the 24 chapters of the book. Each chapter is a reference to a moment, scenario, or item and we need your help visually representing each item." Find out more here.

  • James Saavedra from Decor Fellow has a new online magazine fellow* and it is soooooooooooooooooo good. Stylish and right on the trends. Can't wait for more!
Please forgive me if I stop here. I have so much to share but not enough time today. There's always next week!

Reader Comments (7)

Hi! Thank you so so so much for your wonderful blog, it gives me so much inspiration. And that you wrote about me! :)

I also found a a lot of other sites and blogs that I have to check out today.

Thanx a lot!
Big hug from Lina in Sweden

6 Sep 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCĀ“est la vie

Gorgeous wallpaper, and love the modern furniture.

6 Sep 2008 | Unregistered CommenterSarah

I love the wallpaper furniture and her website is beautiful.

thanks so much for the wink ladies! Its such a treat!

OMG thank you so much, dear Jo and Kim--- and OMG how did I miss the site re-launch? It is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That furniture is looking outstanding !!

8 Sep 2008 | Unregistered CommenterKMP Furniture

love the fellow magazine - read the entire thing last night and it's really, good. can't wait for more issues!

9 Sep 2008 | Unregistered Commenterkay*

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