British magazine editor-turned-stylist and designer Faye Toogood has been known for her sculptural gallery pieces and limited edition furniture line for years. More recently, she’s found a way to make her minimalist pieces more accessible in a small-scale production entitled BATCH (hooray for accessibility, yes?). In an effort to introduce the collection to the masses
I’m so into geodes these days, and my gracious, when coupled with street art? My heart implodes. A Common Name is installing these beauties (made from cut and painted paper) all over L.A. – anyone seen one in person? I’m so madly in love! VIA: THIS IS COLOSSAL
Aren’t these the dreamiest childhood haunts you’ve ever seen? I’d love to play in one (or duh, all!). LINK: FOTOSTALGIE
I’m crushing hard (there’s a phrase I never thought I’d type) on Silje Aune Eriksen’s Norwegian home from the latest issue of Elle Decoration. So quirky, yet perfectly liveable. p.s. That fork is sheer genius, right? LINK: THIS IS
This Finnish office of RK Designs is killing me. I’d surely become a workaholic if I was surrounded by such beauty on a daily basis. LINK: WEEKDAY CARNIVAL
You guys. This is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen today, and nature made it. (Sort of.) We have the coolest planet ever. LINK: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC p.s. You can download the 1600 x 1200 pixel wallpaper for your desktop. And yes, you’d better believe I’ve already done so.
Here’s what happens when you play with sticky notes for the day. A nice alternative to what happens when you give a kid some stickers for a day. LINK: I NEVER KISSED A DOG
London-based artist Roger Hiorns created a crystal “wallpaper” by pumping copper sulphate solution into an abandoned flat, then leaving it to grow for months as the temperature dropped. The result? A hypnotizing floor-to-ceiling art installation that both chemists and art-lovers can appreciate in full. Amazing! LINK: SHAPE + COLOUR