Flannel & Floral

I don't think I've ever seen an egg stand before but now that I have, I kinda love it. This stand, built for a half dozen eggs, is made of hand carved pine and walnut and sealed with tung oil. Makers Shannon and Megan Brantley of Southern Alabama make two other stands fit for a dozen eggs. See them here and here. 

In their online shop, Flannel & Floral, Megan and Shannon craft a multitude of wooden spoons, bowls and home decor items. I'm always a sucker for a new hand carved wooden spoon, no matter how many already fill my drawer...

You'll find almost a dozen wooden jewelry pieces in their shop as well. I love how they incorporate vintage brass chains with each piece to add character and style. 

How sweet is this pine and copper stand for your loose jewelry? Adding a few cute, stubby legs just makes all the difference, doesn't it? Peruse Megan and Shannon's entire online shop, here. 

 

Images: flannelandfloral.com    Content: Sweet Peach

 

Michael Lane Walker

Wooden jewelry always feels timeless to me. I just don't see it ever going out of style, particularly with a collection of wearable designs as classic and cool as these...

Lane Walker of Michael Lane Walker Designs in Alpharetta, Georgia crafts bracelets and rings from both domestic and exotic woods like walnut, cherry, ash, oak, maple, mahogany and granadillo. Each piece has been well thought out and meticuously executed. Minimal yet complex...I like that. 

As Lane is in the process of creating his online shop, you can find his wooden jewels at various festivals and art shows throughout the year. Or, you can always contact him directly. In the meantime, check out his impressive photo gallery of wearable art pieces, here.

 

Images: michaellanewalker.com    Content: Sweet Peach