Remember Traveling? Virginia Sin's New Collection Was Inspired By a Trip Last Fall to Puglia - Sight Unseen
One look at the warm terracotta hues of Virginia Sin's new ceramics collection, and you'll remember what it was like — in summer, no less.
The Melbourne Ceramicist Offering Take-Home Kits And Online Classes
Guy Vadas from Céramiques in Elsternwick got real smart real quick about how to bring his beloved pottery workshops to the home.
Get Ready To Fall In Love With Caudex Studio, Brooklyn's Haute Couturier Of Ceramics - Sight Unseen
Caudex planters are one-of-a-kind and made in two pieces—a drainage-friendly top set on a glaze-lined base that collects water, "for optimal plant health."
Inside the Home and Studio of LA's Newest Emerging Design Star - Sight Unseen
Leah Ring's works represent striking and deeply thoughtful iterations on familiar forms, but there’s something brighter and more buoyant that binds them.
This Is How a Swede Designs a Tiny Brooklyn Apartment
If you love the Scandinavian look as much as we do, then you'll want to mimic this Swede's personality-packed Brooklyn home
A New Book Features the Botanical Decor of Your Dreams - Sight Unseen
Greenterior, a new book by the founders of Antwerp's Coffeeklatch, looks at designers and artists' homes through the lens of their abundant houseplants.
Inspiration déco du jour #3 - Turbulences Déco
Dure, dure de reprendre après un weekend à randonner dans les Calanques de Cassis (j’ai mis quelques photos sur ma page facebook), et vous comprendrez en les voyant que la perspective de mon écran d’ordinateur ne me dise pas grand chose cette après-midi. J’en profite en passant, pour vous remercier d’être toujours plus nombreux à Lire
Pistils Nursery on Instagram: “It might be impossible to come up with a caption that conveys the joy that bursts out of this photo from the #InteriorRewilding feed!…”
2,691 Likes, 49 Comments - Pistils Nursery (@pistilsnursery) on Instagram: “It might be impossible to come up with a caption that conveys the joy that bursts out of this photo…”