Crystal Liu

 

The most beautiful, otherworldly landscapes abound in Crystal Liu‘s art. Gouache, watercolor, ink, and collage all come together in an unexpected way to create marbled pools, golden sunsets, and pastel skies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shapes Mugs

 

My morning coffee is the reason I get out of bed. Each day I look forward to the ritual involved, while the coffee is brewing I choose my mug – I purged them last year, so every one is a favorite. AANDERSSON‘s porcelain Shapes Mugs would make for an easy addition with their geometric handles and smooth finishes.

 

 

 

 

 

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Nuria Riaza

 

Nuria Riaza was a child of the 90s, and maybe that’s where his weapon of choice – the Bic blue crystal ballpoint pen – gained its power over him. Occasionally it’s mixed with other mediums like embroidery or marbling, but that famous blue ink is always front and center. The characters Riaza creates are pulled from old portraits or movies and bent to his will in each collage-like piece. Check out his shop to add a piece to your own collection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Canon Wine Tilt

 

Canon Wine Tilt takes any table or countertop to the next level. Crafted in 3D printed porcelain, Canon is designed to hold most standard wine bottles. The cylinder tilts the bottle at a 45-degree angle and can function as either storage or to provide greater aeration for an already open bottle. At the base, its horizontal tunnel holds a standard corkscrew and is the perfect hiding place for a cork and foil, to keep the table tidy.

 

 

 

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Dana Oldfather

 

Dana Oldfather‘s paintings are so full of life and energy, I’d like to jump inside one and bounce around for awhile. They remind me a little of electrical storms with each one’s mood dictated by the color palette Oldfather has chosen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Doormats for Dirty Soles

Adventure Doormat // Anchor Coir Doormat // DIY Winking Doormat // Fern Fronds Doormat

If you have kids or pets or simply wear shoes, rainy spring weather can really play havoc with your clean floors. A sturdy doormat with lots of texture is key to tracking the least amount of dirt into your space. I actually like to go with the one indoor/one outdoor combo during especially wet days for maximum grime grabbing and minimal cleanup.

 

Flow Doormat // Hello Sunshine Door Mat // Hey Good Lookin’ Coir Doormat // Picture Frame Doormats

 

Pineapples Doormat // The Crib Doormat // Welcome Doormat // Well Hello There Coir Doormat

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Andy DeCola

 

Andy DeCola creates the unexpected – in the form of paintings that masquerade as collages. The Burlington, Ontario-based artist paints and creates as a response to the media that surrounds us as a culture. It’s the interesting color palettes and juxtaposition of patterns that catch my eye most.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nordic Kitchen

 

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, you likely own a very heavy cast iron pan. Eva Solo‘s Nordic Kitchen line reinvents the classic – and then some – by starting with an aluminum and using the cast iron as a finish. A special four layer coating gives each pot and pan a surface that doesn’t require a lot of fat when cooking and that’s easy to clean, and and oak handle adds a touch of Scandinavian design. Use them on all heat surfaces, including induction, then throw them in the dishwasher to clean. The collection includes various sizes of pots, frying pans, a saucepan, a sauté pan, and a grill frying pan, as well as a beech wood knife stand, black mixing bowls, and oak and leather cutting boards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Charlotte Hopkins Hall

 

London-based painter Charlotte Hopkins Hall‘s figures appear to be lost in their own thoughts, ignoring the viewer and everything else. But if you had the picture perfect hair they each possess, wouldn’t you as well? Charlotte paints the dreamiest highlights, and the negative space she uses in every piece makes them stand out all the more.

 

 

 

 

 

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