pop pillows

These pillows by Matt Jones crack me up! If I were to get a set I think I’d get the headphones/plugged ears ones, though the angel/devil ones are sweet too! Fun!
Via CubeMe!

D -Jun 21, 2009, 1:16PM
These are ok. There is a company called Snooze City that has tons of cool pillowcases that are better.....
jon -Feb 16, 2009, 4:38PM
The POP Pillow range is designed and manufactured by Spinning Hat (www.spinninghat.com)

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I really like this silverware by Habitat. It’s so pretty! What do you think?

pruittfpgirl -Jan 29, 2009, 4:34PM
Hey guys! So good news! Megan, who works on the Direct Marketing Team, mentioned that our sister brand Anthropologie is selling a very similar style of silverware! I checked it out and it's really cute too! See it here: http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/catalog/productdetail.jsp?_dyncharset=ISO-8859-1&_dynSessConf=3914138893027712401&id=78110&parentid=EAT_TABLE_UTENSILS&pushId=EAT_TABLE_UTENSILS&popId=EAT_TABLETOP&sortProperties=&navCount=7&navAction=poppushpush&fromCategoryPage=true&selectedProductSize=&selectedProductSize1=&color=sil
pruittfpgirl -Jan 29, 2009, 2:01PM
Aww I'm sorry guys! I'm not very proficient in French myself! I only put that site up with the silverware because it is the company that makes it, and it was the only site I could find that related to the silverware! I searched when making the post, but alas, no websites with any helpful information about the silverware, or really even mentioning the silverware at all! I wish I could help you find a set or an English website! If you guys find one, please post it! Also, Google has a translator that you can use on websites, if anyone felt like trying it on the silverware's website... Good luck! xo p

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Our graphic designers have created a new desktop wallpaper for you! I love how it hints at spring to come! The days are getting longer, after all! Click here to download it! I already have it set as my desktop background! :) Enjoy!

Amanda -Nov 16, 2010, 7:07PM
It is so pretty.
Danz -Jan 26, 2009, 8:51PM
That's a really pretty design. I love the colours!

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Yes, those are real living plants on the wall! Created by Green Fortune, the plantwall can be installed at any size, and can have a number of different plant combinations, depending on how you want your wall to look and how fast you want it to grow. So awesome! I could never afford one, but I can dream!
Via Fabrik Project.

bubble calendar

I know it’s a little late to be posting about calendars, but I couldn’t resist showing you this cool bubble calendar! Popping the bubbles on bubble wrap is one of the most satisfying things I can imagine, so I love the idea of having one to pop for each day or the year! Get one here.

fashion fille -Jan 17, 2009, 12:21AM
SO COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!! I WANT ONEE!!!
sushipie -Jan 16, 2009, 2:01PM
that is absolute genius right there. ♥ http://www.sushipie.squarespace.com

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a house for your books

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What do you think of these cute houses for your books and such? Called Library, this little project was designed by Thomas Bentzen of Denmark. I love how it reminds me of my dollhouse from when I was a kid. Looks roomy too!
Via dezeen.

fpgirl -Jan 16, 2009, 4:40PM
Alyssa, I think I'd like an actual dollhouse even better. I love that you've done that! I want to see these all stuffed with books!
Alyssa -Jan 16, 2009, 2:28PM
I've been using my old childhood dollhouses as bookcases for years. They're just the right size for paperback novels. Those ones look like they'd be perfect on top of a table or counter. I can see the little one on top of my microwave holding olive oil and spices!

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Ever since I saw these pin cushions on Bettyjoy, I have been desperate to get one! Aren’t they so cool? They are made by Naori Priestly. I could probably make one, right? I just don’t know that it would look as good as Naori’s do!

Jill -Jan 14, 2009, 6:38PM
These are great! I have just been inspired! (the best part is- I really could use a pin cushion!)

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socket antlers

Nendo is the creator of these awesome deer antler outlet covers! They advertise them as a way to hold up your phone while you’re charging it, or your keys, but I would love to have an outlet with antlers just for the sake of itself! It looks so cool!
Via Coolboom.

Lu. -Jan 14, 2009, 11:23PM
ohh!! this sokets are so beautifull!! well, i`m gonna to go.. jee I see you later! By Lu. and I like so much your blogg!! Good for you!! :D
jen -Jan 13, 2009, 9:29AM
is there somewhere to get these? there was another thing similar to this i saw, called the "hang on" outlet (http://dvice.com/archives/2008/07/hang_on_outlet.php#comments) but i can't find it anywhere! when are these concepts gonna hit the market?!?! i want them!

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girls & boys

I love these cute prints by Little Paper Planes, don’t you? Especially the little girl – the pines trees are perfect!

Kelly Lynn Jones -Feb 02, 2009, 5:40PM
thanks so much for posting LPP and Ashley's prints! xo

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Now that’s a Christmas tree that doesn’t take up too much floor space! Jane of All the Luck in the World created this alternative tree with a bunch of random objects she had laying around that she had collected over the years. The objects themselves are so pretty and interesting – they’re like the tree and the ornaments all in one!
Via black. white. bliss. & Apartment Therapy Los Angeles.

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beaded trees

A lot of you have a little break next week, and maybe you want a fun holiday craft to do? I posted these a couple years ago and everyone loved them, so I thought I’d share again!
Our display team made these beaded trees with those styrofoam cones you can buy at the craft store, a bunch of beads, and straight pins. They are SO easy to make and look so pretty and festive. Dump out that bead box and start pinning!
I can see these looking really pretty in more specific colors too, like if you did one all white and sparkly, or used just a few colors instead of the rainbow.

Dominique DjeDje -Feb 25, 2009, 11:43PM
First of all, I HEART FREE PEOPLE. I've known about you guys when you were just sold in Urban and now you're all grown up! Congrats. So when I noticed you had a blog (that I'm so embarrassed I just found out about) I went straight to December hoping you had info on the wonderful decorations you guys have in your stores, and what do you know, here is one. I would like to get more detailed info on how to do this. So and I literally get cones, putting the beads in the push pin and than stabbing the cones with the push pin beads? Just want to make sure I have it right, I'm definitely doing this for the holidays and just because I secretly want my house to look like a free people store. =) Any additional info in this craft would be appreciated. Thanks!

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This is so incredible, right?! I’ve seen a lot of really spectacular light shows, but this one really strikes me because the lights are all in such natural shapes! Lights made to look like flowers and peacocks? Awesome!
The display is at Bellevue Botanical Gardens in Bellevue, Washington. If you live near there, please go check it out for me! The great pictures were taken by Lecia of A Day That is Dessert, where you can see a bunch more pictures of the display!

Karla -Dec 22, 2008, 12:38AM
I grew up in that city and still live really close - the Botanical Gardens are a real Christmas tradition around here! They even have hot cocoa and hot cider to drink as you stroll through the park :)
Lecia -Dec 19, 2008, 10:38AM
Thanks so much for the mention!

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