Are Unicorns still trending? Who cares! Are you perhaps even a grown adult women who needs to own Pink Unicorn String Lights for her bedroom or bathroom? Well, here you go! And at only $8.00, what a bargain!
Spotted in the Flying Tiger Store on Third Avenue at 73rd Street in NYC.
You’ve seen the fabulous and boldly colorful designs of PolArt furniture on The ‘Gig many times before, and these flocked busts in a bright magenta pink hue might just add the ideal classic accent for your own home! Surely they would go perfectly with something like This!
Photographed at The ICFF 2018 at Javits Center, NYC!
If you are anything like me, framed favorite artwork and photos are not only a huge part of your home decor, they’re also an important part of how you rock your personal style. I love a nice frame so much, I often pick up one that catches my eye even before I have something in mind to go inside it. Maybe you never considered that a picture frame manufacturer could be a force in the campaign to sustain our planet, but at a recent IHA Press Event, I was introduced to a collection of gorgeous and innovative modern framing solutions from Vista Frame Company which are all created from one of our most notoriously non-biodegradable, manmade materials: Polystyrene (aka Styrofoam). Unbelievable, but true!
Did you know that consumers discard about 5 billion pounds of styrofoam annually? That’s crazy! The story is that even before Vista became a frame company, they were trying to do anything they could to protect our enviroment. Because of this, Vista created a styrofoam recycling machine, and they have placed these machines all over the world, taking away a portion of the 5 billion pounds of styrofoam that would otherwise end up in a landfill every year. Once styrofoam is broken down in these machines, they ship it to their factory and create Vista Frames from the recycled, pelletized styrofoam.
Vista Frames are super stylish, and of such high quality you would never guess they were not made of wood, plastic, metal or other traditional materials. I love that this company is making a beautiful, functional products and taking care of the Earth in the process. Vista makes the perfect frame for every photo or piece of frame-able artwork in your home.
Each piece even comes with a fun print that you just might want to leave in the frame! Find out more about Vista Frames, and shop the collection, at This Link!
I found this amazing lamp on the second floor of Pear River Mart, on Broadway near Grand Street in downtown Manhattan. The price tag says $299.50, but it has 50% off sticker on it, so this is some kind of incredible bargain, if you ask me. If this seems like something you might want to own, I suggest you bring a friend with you, to help carry it to the street, because it probably weighs a few pounds.
OK, every Twin Peaks fan knows that the series’ first episode opened on the scene of the discovery of Laura Palmer’s dead body, washed up on the beach, “wrapped in plastic” – a plastic shower curtain, to be exact. Now you can think of Twin Peaks every time you shower with these amazing designer shower curtains from Society 6, featuring two dozen different designs, all commemorating the legacy of one of network TVs weirdest dramas!
Here’s one I like a lot!
Black Lodge Dreams
Plus, the image that started it all!
“T” For “Twin”!
Sadly, this series shower curtains is officially sold out!
Forget the fact that he thinks Architected is a word, Domaine Home is actually praising Kanye West’sInterior Design Advice. Oy. Don’t they understand that if we keep giving him all of this attention he’ll never go away? Sigh. If you ever have a few hundred thousand to blow on an over-inflated ego, and need to learn what color is taupe, and which taupe will look good on your ceiling – donate that money to a charity. Or hire Yeezus.
I’m always on the look out for Do It Yourself, Contemporary Design ideas for the home, and this empty Paint Can Chandelier, spotted hanging in Urban Outfitters at the corner of 72nd Street and Broadway, really caught my eye. You can see from the close-up photo below that this lighting fixture could probably be made with some inexpensive cables and a little home improvement electrical know-how Googled from the Interwebs.
Please note that this lamp is a fixture in the store and not an item for sale!
You should have heard me squeel when my friend Paula posted this photo on my FaceBook page yesterday. Can you believe this thing has been floating around the interwebs for two entire years and I just saw it for the first time? Neither can I. When it gets hot, I wonder if it smells like Bacon?