I love Easter. All those chocolate bunnies, the ones with the long ears. Yum. I stumbled on this site and just had to share. Matthew Mead is a stylist extraordinaire. His beautiful site is full of Easter ideas, crafts, decorating and food. To top it off there are free downloads. Check out his other seasonal offerings in the bonus section. Enjoy!
Kim and I received an email from Jodie Fried. Jodie is the woman behind the inspired idea of bholu. The range includes cushions, throws, journals, slippers and a cute children’s range of line and cuddlies. Products are designed in Australia but brought to life by Gujarati women in India using traditional techniques and motifs drawn by children of the slums. Even better bholu is a Fair Trade company and part of the proceeds go back to the women and their communities, along with funding educational facilities for underprivileged children.
Images from bholu
D’Ette Cole sent me pictures from last year’s Clutter as a taste of what you can expect this year. D’Ette unfortunately has sold her share of Clutter to concentrate on Etta Industry but no fear it will still be as amazing as ever. So if you’re in the vicinity of Warrenton, Texas make a bee line to this fabulous round top antique sale from March 30 to April 7.
Images from D’Ette Cole
I first saw Eric Cohler’s work on This Old House when he worked his magic on a barn conversion. Eric Cohler has been dubbed the “Mixmaster” for his use of contemporary materials, which, juxtaposed with classical elements, give his interiors a jolt of unusual color and texture, as well as great comfort.