Sometimes (alot of the time) I think about how I'd decorate my (future) children's rooms and these illustrations certainly fit with the ideas I have. Love. Them. From Hocus.

Charlie Brown

With Anthropologie being one of my former employers, you'd think I'd tire of seeing the merchandise. But I don't. I just love it more and more. Though a little less since I don't get the employee discount anymore. Anyways, I'm liking these throw pillows.

But so pretty!

Though I am not a smoker and I'm definitely not trying to encourage the bad habit, I must say these are some of the prettiest cigarettes I've ever seen. I wish this was an advertisement for a deck of cards, but alas, it is not.


I realize that this book is for children but I really love the illustrations. The Happy Lion was written in 1954, but you can still buy it on Amazon.


I really enjoy these modern art prints from Kitchin Wizard. Super cute.

Bib Me Up

Flora Bond makes these great bib necklaces. They're one-of-a-kind. I'm now inspired and I'm pretty sure I have enough spare fabric and broken necklaces to try and make some myself.

My Closet in Sketches

Always a fun website to go to. Such great ensembles! Go see.

Paper Cuts

Su Blackwell so incredible. She's an English paper artist and her work is so unique. Last year, she had an exhibit at New York's Museum of Art and Design and she collaborates regularly with fashion designers, greeting card companies, and magazines like Vogue UK and Vanity Fair. To check out other pieces, go here.

Read Some Art

Brian Dittmer uses old books to make amazing pieces of art. His work has been showcased around the world. Check. Him. Out.

The Young and the Restless

I'm starting to get to the age where more than a few of my friends are beginning to have children. And while this scares me to no end, I find that shopping for these tots have begun to open new retail doors for me. There happens to be a great number of wonderful little shops where you can find unique toys without having to step foot in a dreaded Toys-R-Us. Here's a couple of little things I found at BobalooKid's. I sure could've used the crayon apron when I was little....

Paper Circus

Under the Stair Studios makes these to die for personalized cards. Full of whimsy, these completely stand out compared to the usual birthday card isle of CVS.

Pretty Dictionary

Virginia Beach's Mechanicality prints unique images on vintage pages of a dictionary to create a one-of-a-kind look. I'd love to order a few and group them together on the walls of my library... if I had a library.

Sarah Seven

Sarah Seven is one of my new favorite small designers. Not only does she make custom pieces designed for your body using recycled materials but she's also a bit of a philanthropist. 5% of all orders goes to charities. She currently has an NYC showroom and her items can be purchased at Lovely in NYC. For those who can't make it to either of those places, check out her Etsy site.