Sprout Home

Timber stools at Sprout Home. Their website suggests to purchase in multiples, as they are happier together. I agree. I think these would make great accents to an outdoor patio or garden. I might even put a potted plant or gnome on top of one...


Oslo Press

Word spreads pretty quickly across the blogosphere so if you haven't heard of Oslo Press yet I'm delighted to be the first to inform you about them! Wood veneer and 100% cotton papers make up these elegant customizable invitations in a variety of veneers, inks, and designs. Husband and wife duo Jen and Glenwood concocted the idea in 2006 when planning their own wedding and already have a cult following of aspiring brides and grooms.

Nina Clough

Simple, pretty, and only $20 on etsy
Dandelion Clocks by Artquirk/Nina Clough

Japanese Rice Art

The craft of rice growing has evolved into a different type of art for Japanese rice farmers in Inakadate. Each year farmers combine the aesthetic qualities of yellow, purple, and green rice leaves for an impressive display of craft and crop. The eco-friendly art will be on display until September's harvest. via designboom


Conscious Design

I found this awesome chair by New Zealanders Conscious Design awhile back but still really love the sleek modernism of the frame and the beautiful selection of interchangeable fabrics made by local fashion designers.


vintage ceramic tray
only 6 bucks on etsy

The New Birds at Grass Hut

English Barn Owl

I'm in beautiful Portland, Oregon this weekend and stumbled upon Grass Hut, a local studio, gallery, and shop run by artist Bwana Spoons and Justin "Scrappers" Morrison. Their current show with over 30 different artists, The New Birds, showcases bird-themed art with proceeds going to the Portland Audubon Society. This is a definite must-see if you're in the area but feel free to shop online too!

No Sudden Moves
Amy Ruppel
Mathew Feyld

Hummingbird House
Amy Morrison