{ Archive for the ‘Accessories’ Category }

tuckered out?

Who wouldn’t want to lounge in bed for hours when you have sheets like these!!?? Available in numerous colours and patterns (with great names like ‘The Stuart’ and ‘The Carter’), these sheets will make any bed 10 x more stylish. Go ahead…give you bedroom a little makeover! Read on to learn more.
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eat more fruit

Berry baskets are nothing new…BUT I love when I stumble upon new designs and shapes. You’ll often see the classics, like the two on the right in the image below – but rarely have I found full sided ceramic baskets. I was so happy to find this collection online. Read on to see where to buy. It’s a larger size (just under 6″ square) so it’s quite a practical size for storing food in your fridge or kitchen pantry.
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so pretty you almost don’t want to use it…almost

Step aside boring white plastic hangers! Check out this gorgeous triangular scarf organizer. Designed by Laura Carwardine, the geometric openings are meant to store scarfs and accessories, and when left unused the hanger provides visual interest to your closet. Made from metal, this beauty is the hip new way to organize your closet!  Read on to learn more.

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editor’s pick: ace & jig for anthropologie

Anthropologie just launched a home goods collection with Brooklyn-based Ace & Jig by designers Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson (I posted its table runner in last Friday’s Decor vs. Fashion post), one of my favourite clothing brands. It’s easy to live in its comfortable printed dresses. Although the pieces are a bit of a splurge, they’re the clothes that you’ll reach for when you’d like to feel both comfortable and pretty. I imagine that the home goods collection will have the same effect in your rooms.

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a beautiful way to stay organized in 2015

Is staying organized one of your 2015 goals? I feel like I’d be better at keeping my days straight if my calendar was as pretty as this one! Read on to find out where this work of art is from.

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all images via. Julie Song

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Craving sunshine? This Canadian design studio will brighten spirits

Late last year, I met an artisan whose craft I instantly admired. She’s a Toronto-based textile designer and her brightly-coloured prints are the perfect remedy for those of us coping with outside temps in the negative double digits. So if you’re like me and would rather dream of sunshine than surrender to the cold, slip on your sunnies and take a peek at these super stunning products by Senay Studio:

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go big or go home

Talk about tall! Ranging in height (the tallest being 30.5″ high!), these pyramid candle holders would bring a fun dose of drama to any space. Use them together as a trio on a coffee table, or showcase a couple of the smaller sticks grouped on your living room mantel. Read on to learn more about these stunners.

 

stilt candleholders go big or go home

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fab find: geometic copper bowl

This Christmas, spread your holiday decorations around the whole home, not just on the tree! This gorgeous ‘Etch Bowl’ filled with delicate ornaments would make a show stopping centerpiece on your dinning table or as a statement piece welcoming guests at your front hall.

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editor’s pick: lindsay stead quilts

Lindsay Stead creates incredible heirloom-quality quilts and toss cushions in her Toronto studio.

From Lindsay: “In this era of making objects as quickly as possible, I take great pride in using traditional techniques to make my quilts. Each quilt is entirely hand quilted, which although being a very time consuming process, creates a very personal connection for me to my work.” I’d like to hang one of these graphic quilts on a wall.

Check out Lindsay’s beautiful work at Toronto’s One of a Kind Show until December 7, or on her website.

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eq3 generation art

EQ3 has launched it’s second Generation Art collection, available in store and online. In association with the Michaelle Jean Foundation (a foundation that supports youth arts initiatives in under-served communities), this year artists across the country were asked to submit work that represented their personal expression of ‘Canadian Diversity’. 7 designs were selected and turned into decor accessories available at EQ3, ranging from pillows to mugs – even ottomans! Check out some of the collection below and make sure to take a look at the rest online.

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