hello! so, last week i saw this lovely room that victoria wrote about on minted: i thought it was oh so lovely, and honestly not in need of much art. well, maybe just a bit of art – but i’m not going to use one nail! ready? yes, it’s true! beautiful white quilts sewn with full maps of your favorite cities! of course, i felt it was only appropriate to show... 
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1970’s revival.


things are looking a lot like that 70’s show. from geometric to shaggy i think we’ve got a 70’s revival on our hands. clockwise l to r: amazing modular wall shelving at Little Nuffield Cafe, via design*sponge; mixed yarns, burlap, mounted on wooden frame make up this wall hanging from cold picnic; a very 70’s living room from vogue living australia;... 
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getting funky with it.


i just love this geometric gullfuglen bedding from funkelshop. the folks at funkelshop tell us that the Gullfuglen collection tells the tale of an important time in Norwegian industrial history, when Hydro began producing artificial fertilizer, and the factory worker became the industry’s ‘Golden Bird’. i’m not certain what that means exactly, but i do... 
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meet parson gray.


Some of you may know textile designer Amy Butler’s husband David as the man behind her photography and graphic design. Some of you may know him as the singer in the band Black Owls. Well now he’s joining Amy as fabric designer! Parson Gray is his new brand, and Curious Nature is the name of his first collection of quilting/fashion and home décor fabrics for Westminster/FreeSpirit.... 
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fab friday.


the new domestics. it’s not too hard to see where i’m going with today’s fab friday roundup, is it? i actually hated anything to do with geometry or triangles, or any kind of math at all growing up, but i quite fancy this trend towards the triangle and geometrics. bright and cheerful like carnival pennants, or stark black and white, they are all right! christopher... 
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