I’m loving her most recent style column post. The colors, pattern and texture of this look are just too good. Look at that collar!
Illustration is a big part of my personal design style, so I try to sketch often. I liked this image I sketched based on Bri’s post. Thought it would be fun to share here..
Been busy taking some product shots of designs I’ve been wanting to make available for a VERY long time. I’m very excited to get a little paper shop going on Wit and Whim very soon. Stay tuned..
Many of the purchases I made for my first apartment as a graduate student were strictly out of necessity. We needed plates to eat and cooking utensils to make dinner, and we needed them fast! The result was hodgepodge of things bought on the cheap, and bought quickly.
Since relocating to a new state and into a beautiful old apartment, I’m starting fresh. I’m not rushing the design process – we have what we need so there isn’t really an urgency this time. I’m slowly replacing (recycling) the old with more thoughtfully designed, interesting pieces I can see myself keeping for years to come.
My goal is to be a lot more intentional this time around. Even the most utilitarian items can be beautiful. Canadian lifestyle boutique Mjolk understands this perfectly.