Thursday, November 01, 2007


Blik's wall decals have been popular for years. So it's no surprise that the bold, graphic, movable design element is making it's way off of the walls and into the rest of the home.

Over the last few days, I found two posts (1 & 2) on Decor8 featuring single-color pops of pattern in unusual places. Both are from emerging Swedish designers.

This black-on-pink floor pattern is amazing. I can't tell if it's a stencil done in high-gloss paint or a wall appliqué applied creatively, but I like it.

And this silicon table cloth from Wis Design gives a visual pop that can change easily with your moods.

Possible DIY project: I have a set of Ikea's Klubbo tables that could be easily dressed up with decals like these from Chiasso.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Batty Clothes Pins

These Vespertillium clothes pins are fun for when Halloween and laundry day collide.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Cool Stuff on Other Blogs

Customize your welcome mat, via Design Spotter.

A dreamy wire chateau at Daily Dose.

The best way to express your frustrations? A foul-mouthed bean bag to the face. Via Black White Bliss.