I have been eying this fun dish dryer for a little while now, considering whether or not it could compliment some of our other, more vintage kitchen gadgetry. After seeing it this morning featured in a Remodelista post along with some nice images, I feel like it could be just the thing to mix things up a bit without going overboard on modern accessories. The Dish Doctor is by Marc Newson design, and is available for purchase through Hive Modern.
Images via Hive Modern and Remodelista
Summer is in full swing, and so should you be! There is nothing better than an old fashion tree swing, and these are the real thing. Made from reclaimed elm and natural fiber rope, it is available for around the $46.00 mark. Although you could also get your hands dirty and make one yourself for less if you have the tools. Available both from Oeuf, and directly from The Original Tree Swing in either the original or bench version.
In the market for authentic vintage marquee letters? Then give Bay City Cargo a visit. Salvaging letters from almost anywhere imaginable, their shop is sure to have what you need to add a little character to your decor. The primarily sell through ebay but if you prefer a different method, contact them directly and they will be more than happy to help.
Found these decoupaged vintage globes from ImagineNations a while ago, and intending to do one of my own. I had forgotten until last weekend, when I found a great selection of vintage globes at a local antique mall. Another possibility is coating one in a layer of chalkboard paint, to create an interesting canvas for my daughter to doodle on and display in her room.
Originally found via design is mine
Love this idea for a simple and elegant bicycle wine rack from oopsmark.
Came across these today by Jan Skácelík, a graphic designer / photographer / composer in Olomouc Czech Republic, and thought they were fun. Kind of the Maria Holmer Dahlgren take on the Star Wars series.
Images via Jan Skácelík