i spy: shiny objects.
by victoria comment

11/21/11

welcome to the working week, kids. except, yay — it’s a short one, at least for those of us stateside. i thought i’d spy some shiny objects today. i’m just feelin’ festive. i’ve got family coming into town for the thanksgiving holiday, and i’m running around trying to add a bit of spit and shine to the house (oh, and i’m going to offer up a bit more on that shortly).

shiny bits of gold, via elle interiör; shiny chandeliers via debi treloar photography; some vintage highball glasses via rue magazine; and emily chalmers’ london loft via inga powilleit photography.

morgan’s most excellent thrift — a bitchin’ brass trunk; from russia with love digital painting from not a gallery; gold switchplate via the selby; vintage curio cabinet shines with mercury glass, via remodelista; lovely mantel displays shiny frames via the selby; and i’m in love with this glass cabinet via hus & hem.

kumu japanese homewares at mr kitly, via the broadsheet; Slovakian designer Tomas Kral’s collection of gold glassware via dezeen; Alicia Bock Everything That Was Good Signed Fine Art Photograph; love the big gold mirror via wit & delight; confetti system via the selby; one big shiny globe pendant lamp via emma’s design blogg.

• top image go font urself, via sopp.

14 responses to “i spy: shiny objects.”

  1. Thank you so much for including my photograph here. We must be thinking the same these days, because I am obsessing about all things that sparkle and shine lately. Have a wonderful holiday! xoxo -A.

  2. happy almost Thanksgiving Victoria! i am loving all of this to pieces!! i just painted a mirror, an old floral tole chandelier, and the bottom half of my Ikea knock off tulip table gold over the weekend. i am so happy to see that you would approve :) btw, your home is looking so pretty over at your other post, i am inspired! oxo

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