Son of a Sailor

Son of a Sailor-1-Design Crush

 

 

A lot of great things have happened since we last checked in with Son of a Sailor back in 2013. I had a chance to meet William Knopp and Jessica Tata, the husband and wife team behind it all, earlier this month and they clued me in to the evolution of their shop. Lots of new jewelry and accessories rich with organic materials and inspired by geometry are making their faces known, along with fun pieces like wooden yo-yos, leather playing card cases, and beautiful cutting boards. It’s safe to say that my crush is only growing!

 

 

Son of a Sailor-2-Design Crush

 

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Kähler

Kahler-1-Design Crush

 

Kähler was family-run for four generations, from the foundation of the Kähler workshop in 1893 until 1974 when the last generation left the company. Since then the company’s focus has been on following trends and adjusting to them, which they’re remarkably good at. I can’t get enough of their homewares and hope to add some to my own collection soon.

 

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Pot Cradle

Pot Cradle-1-Design Crush

 

After years and years of lamenting my black thumb things have finally begun to turn around. I have about fifteen plants of varying sizes thriving in my home right now, and I’m quickly running out of horizontal real estate. That’s where the Pot Cradle would be a huge help. More modern than a macrame holder, these little bags would also help eliminate spills during watering (at which I’m basically a pro).

 

Pot Cradle-2-Design Crush

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Pot Cradle-5-Design Crush

(via Design Milk)

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Chisel & Mouse

Chisel & Mouse-1-Design Crush

 

Chisel & Mouse, besides being a fantastic name, is the place where brothers Robert and Gavin Paisley bring their passion for beautiful buildings to life. Each sculpture is made from plaster and etched metal details through a combination of traditional sculpting, moulding and casting with CAD, and 3D printing. The end result is nothing short of art.

 

Chisel & Mouse-2-Design Crush

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(via The Neo-Trad)

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