Our favorite design piece last year, Glassybaby, is now opening a second shop in New York’s West Village just down the street from our favorite old pub the White Horse. Glassybaby keeps it simple. Hand-blown glass votives that are nearly indestructible and come in a variety of colors and hues.
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The Piet indoor fireplace could be the start of a whole new genre of home furnishings, the chimney-free indoor stove. This indoor fireplace burns ethanol fuel instead of wood and gives off no smoke or soot and thereby eliminates the need of a chimney.
Thursday, Oct 1st we’ll be checking out the grand re-opening of Revival Home & Garden in Seattle as they’ve settled into a new shop at 1517 12th Avenue in Capitol Hill. Their vintage selections are well edited and we’re trying to find a reason to bring the Shipwood Table home […]
Breaking from @HomeDepot and @MarthaStewart Twitter accounts, their is a partnership brewing that will have Martha Stewart Living sell branded home improvement products in all Home Depot stores. Products in the outdoor-living category will launch in January in the U.S. and February in Canada, followed by products in the home-organization […]
Take a look at our recent articles on ShelterPop! + Not all women want to use the same tools as men and rightly so as these new female-centric tools are lighter and have smaller grips – Tools Strong Enough for a Man but Made for a Woman + Your wall […]
Fishs Eddy has always been one of our favorite home stores in New York. They offer unique glassware, plates, stemware and other kitchen accessories for an awesome price. Recently the LA Times found the Floorplan collection from the Fishs Eddy designers which of course has floorplans printed across mugs, coasters, […]
It’s only been 6 months since PointClickHome refreshed/redesigned their website and now they’re at it again. The latest redesign comes on the heels of HOME Magazine folding and with it the legacy of it’s online content. This iteration of PointClickHome singularly focuses on ELLEDecor and Metropolitan Home whose affluent taste […]
***UPDATE*** Congratulations to Nicole of This D*mn House for winning the Domino Book of Decorating!!! Mother’s Day can come early for you or your mom as we’ve got a great book to giveaway from one of our favorite magazines, Domino (that’s sadly no longer with us). Domino: The Book of […]
Low-priced but very chic clothing retailer H&M has announced they will be selling home decor items. Possibly positioning themselves as an upscale and hipper IKEA but it seems that IKEA already has the hip covered and unless H&M decides to go big and put more quality into their home furnishings […]
We don’t often touch on the latest trends in decor but if you’ve got to be up on what’s hot for 2009 then check out the following lists from Home Accents Today. According to PointClickHome these designs will be tres chic. +Caravan The bold patterns of the former Soviet Union […]
In what has become a monthly announcement, another home magazine has shuttered it’s doors. The three year run of Domino magazine will end with their last issue and they will also shutdown the website. We’ve been pleased to be listed among the “sites we love” section and we suggest checking […]
From the chapter of wacky home decor comes this Road Kill Rug. You won’t see this in Elle Decor anytime soon but it’s perfect for the entryway of an eccentric millionaire. hat tip: Daily Dish
Our friend Anne E. Collins at Design Daily has touched on a great subject for decor. Decorating your home with pieces that denote the local flavor of your community is a great way to embrace the history and heritage of your neighborhood.
Once you’ve identified the space, and tucked away all of the other goods that needed a new home… the fun begins. If you are like us you probably started to think up your dream nursery way before you did the dirty cleaning job, because it’s more fun. Right? So to […]
One of the best virtual interior design applications we’ve seen was recently launched by Autodesk Labs Project Showroom. Their virtual showroom has a photo-like quality to it and it renders changes in color and product quickly.
As a pet owner we are always conscious of furniture materials and a 9 pound puppy can do more damage than you may think, but there are some pet friendly materials out there that can protect your furniture.
Our friend Anne Collins is the senior editor at PointClickHome and the voice behind their blog Design Daily. Anne was an integral part of the team that launched PointClickHome and remains the driving force behind the online home of Elle Decor and Metroplitan Home. She recently purchased a brownstone in […]
Sometimes the best accent pieces for your home are the items you use on a daily basis. Pull those plates you spent a fortune on out of the cabinet and display them on this DIY wooden plate rack.
We’ve pulled together a list of some great decor and furnishing ideas from some of our favorite online resources for home design. Enjoy! Best Folding Chairs 2008 Unique Side Tables Dining Chairs Under $160 Pretty Home Office Accessories Amazing Bookcases
For those of you with eclectic tastes and prefer to decorate by feel and emotion rather than architectural style I suggest checking out the websites of Erin Olson that focus strictly on color regardless of house style or room type. Our favorite is the House of Turquoise, which is a […]
We recently returned from a visit with family and friends in Hawaii and had the pleasure to meet Leighton Lam who is the designer/artist behind Paradise Lights. Leighton is a Hawaiian native but spent time in New York during the 80’s honing his artistic skills and now has 30 years […]
Clearly marking your address is not only good form to allow guests and deliveries to easily find you but also increases the likelihood that the fire department or police know exactly where to go. There are a myriad of house number options and Shelterrific has found quite a few great […]