tasi masi.


Tasi Masi is a collection of nature art, inspired by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, which can be explained as the appreciation of the imperfections of nature and the transience of natural beauty. With a mix of new and vintage, most of these beautiful new items are handmade in Brooklyn by owner Anna Macoboy from natural materials like moss, plants, flowers, wood, and paper... 
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tuesday’s girl: association shop.


Association Shop is the newly launched home of Portland based curators John and Jen Vitale, offering an impressive collection of unique, quality goods, both new and found. Jen describes Association as “an outlet to share the things they create, as well highlight pieces made by other fellow creatives.” With items from some of my favorite artisans, including Another... 
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copper clothing rack | diy.


copper clothing hanger, via HAY store in Copenhagen. a few weeks back i posted about my lust for this copper hanging clothing rack, made by Madelynn Hackwith Furlong of the blog wide eyed leglass. madelynn saw my post and very kindly emailed me to offer up this DIY for you, and to photograph a step by step guide to make your own. incredible, right? i am over the moon to share... 
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for your home: cotton & flax.


Cotton & Flax is a fun line of patterned home goods made by hand in Los Angeles. Erin, the designer and maker behind the brand, shared this exclusive look at her new Spring collection, which debuted this week! This season, in addition to the Cotton & Flax staples – pillows, tea towels, trivets, and coasters – Erin is releasing new patterned cocktail napkins, and... 
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modern maui.


joe schmelzer photography. i’ve got a real itch to travel, and when i land i’d like it to be someplace warm and sunny. as soon as i turn in this book i’m outta here — i’ve planned a trip to maui for some much needed rest and relaxation — swimming and snorkeling in warm salt water, lots of good books, barbecuing on our little lanai —... 
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