My mom collected owl art before she had kids, so our basement was chock full of owl paintings, lithographs and tapestries (okay, my mom came of age in the ’70s.) These owls are a tasteful update on the owl obsession, perfect as a shelf objet d’art or desk paperweight. In a word, they’re a hoot.
Whether you were born in ’85, graduated in ’85, or just have a penchant for the numbers 8 and 5, this cheery vintage mug is an excellent choice for coffee sippin’ and reminiscin’. [$3, Etsy] Keep reading »
Take a break from taking a break from all your important projects with this comfy pillow. Those deadlines can wait. There are naps to be taken! [$32, Yellow Bug Boutique] Keep reading »
Well, this chandelier certainly does tell folks exactly what its owners are all about. [Kitschy Living] Keep reading »
Whether you’re a hardcore knitter or a hardcore vodka drinker, this pair of shot glasses — one clear, one blue — would be a great addition to your lifestyle. And if you’re a fan of drinking while knitting, well, more power to you. Just be careful with those needles. [$24, Bread & Badger] Keep reading »
I should have been satisfied when my boyfriend agreed to get rid of his forest-green pleather couch — with matching love seat! — before we started living together. But I wasn’t. I’d finally gotten my apartment just the way I wanted it. It was a carefully curated nest of thrifted furniture and vintage Pyrex. Every room was perfect. For me.
But I loved my boyfriend, so I knew that if we were going to be living together, I’d have to at least pretend to love his stuff (save for those hideous couches). I just wasn’t prepared for how much of it he’d have.
The night before he moved in, he drove some things over: seven African masks of varying sizes, at least 30 nearly-empty condiments for the fridge and concert posters. So many concert posters. The posters weren’t framed, but the Coors Light mirror he brought was. Read more… Keep reading »
Stains on your coffee table are decidedly un-rock ‘n’ roll. Remedy the problem and impress your friends with a set of ceramic album cover coasters. Choose from favorites like Blondie, Pink Floyd, and Radiohead.
A set of four will run you about fifteen bucks. Setting your coffee on a miniature replica of The Wall? Priceless. [$14.99, Blasto Craft] Keep reading »