Sydney-based studio Blacklist is basically everything I love rolled into one —gorgeous brush typography; gold foiling; adorable slogans. Run by a very talented husband and wife team, they have a pretty spectacular design studio as well as their online store. Shop their gorgeous prints, cushions, wall flags and totes here, or check out some of their awesome art direction here!
You’ll also find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.
Be prepared for a dose of total awesomeness! Charlotte is the talented lady behind The Vintage Vogue, responsible for gorgeous paper sculptures, wooden trays and coasters, and hanging globes. I love the simple geometric lines in her work, definitely adding a few Vintage Vogue pieces to my wishlist.
You can find these excellent items in the online shop, and make sure you check out the Vintage Vogue Instagram too!
The gorgeous One Fine Day wedding fair a few weekends ago had light bulbs galore: exposed industrial globes, edison bulbs and strings of festoon lights. I absolutely adore the look as decoration — they looked amazing at night, and perfect in styled photos — and I’ve often lamented the fact that our ceilings are too low (and rented) to incorporate them into our home!
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Trish + co. is the brainchild of Toronto-based Trish Papadakos. Her first collection The Curious Gardener is inspired by Trish’s great grandmother-in-law, Dolly. It’s a stunning collection of homewares; all lovingly hand-crafted, beautifully made and locally sourced in Canada.
I love her gorgeous wooden cutting boards in particular, inspired by vintage educational illustrations. Just look at the way those illustrations have been incorporated in her product styling! Super fresh.
Find Trish on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest, and see her gorgeous collection at trishand.co.