Sometimes you just want a simple, stylish way to display a business card, postcard or a photo. And these brass holders, via Yield Design Co in Florida are the perfect solution.
Someday I will visit Marfa, Texas and when I do, one of the first shops I'll be checking out is Garza Marfa. Their stylish leather and steel chairs make my heart go pitter patter- like this low back saddle chair. I want, I want.
For the home bar you need some fun accessories and tasty accoutrements. These Bourbon Cocktail Cherries by Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. are insanely good. Although I do place them in many a cocktail, I often sneak a cherry in the middle of the day, then before bed, maybe after breakfast. They're so good...
I love anything with a woodsy, manly scent. Thomas Wages showed me this latest addition to his shop- a cologne called Burning Barbershop- inspired by just that, a burning barbershop. It has the scent of shaving tonics with their spearmint, lime, vanilla and lavender burned. Masculine, full bodied and smoky. Find it, here.
I don't know about you but I can never have enough notebooks. I use them constantly and always seem to be searching in my house for a new one. So, after seeing this classic and lovely pink one from Appointed in Washington D.C., I had to purchase.
A good cheeseboard is always a good idea...especially one made by the hands of Lindsay Emery at Suite one Studio in North Carolina. This lace cheeseboard in Navy is one to covet- and use as often as possible.
I love the work of Me Speak Design of North High Shoals, Georgia. They have some truly lovely housewares but I always come back to this hand forged steel bottle opener as my favorite. It's just so good...
Fancy salt is fun but it's even more fun when it's Friends Forever Salt. Another clever and delicious salt by Atlanta based Beautiful Briny Sea, Friends Forever is a blend of honey and pure ocean salt. They recommend you try this sweet and salty concoction on popcorn, sweet potatoes, carrots or ice cream. Yum. And so sweet.
I have a lot of favorite candles but the fresh scents from Produce Candles in Charleston are my absolute favorite to burn in my kitchen. This Mint candle is sublime, along with 'Radish' and 'Honey.'
Beautiful things. That's what you'll find in The Commons shop based in Charleston, SC. Curators and designers themselves, Erin Connelly and Kelly Clark Speake do such a lovely job finding items to fill their shelves. All of the products they carry are handmade in the US with much love and care. Like this hand turned, oval bowl made from one piece of spalted maple. Stunning...
Succulents are always a good idea so it seems to reason so is a succulent print. Love this one by Jenny Kiker of Living Pattern. $32.
Ever since I set my eyes on the lovely quilts by Maura Grace Ambrose in Austin, Texas, I've had her online shop bookmarked. She organically grows, harvests and forages natural dyes around Austin. Each quilt is a patchwork using her dyed fabrics as well as vintage ones, making each completed piece a true original. Her indigo dyed quilts are my favorite... like this one.
Ever since Tattly started their line of temporary tattoos, I've been a fan. But they just raised the bar with these lovely floral tattoos that are scented. Just add water.... brilliant.
Like notebooks, I can never seem to have enough pouches. I'm not sure why. I always need them for travel or for a quick run out the front door...and this one, via Gaia for Women in Dallas Texas, is made of African mud cloth. The best part is all of their bags at Gaia are made by refugee women who have resettled in the community.
Many of us love a good cup of coffee. Chip Grabow is a bit obsessed with it. With a love and care of the craft, Chip recently set out to build an impressive small batch coffee company. At Radio Roasters, based in Decatur, GA, you'll find a rotation of carefully chosen coffee beans from around the world that all will roast a masterful cup. See what's currently available, here.