Friday, March 25, 2011

A Few Of Our Favorite Decor-ations.

Feather vase, from Brooklyn Rehab.

Modern mobile, from Marco Mahler.

Magnetic spice rack, from Salt City Spice.

Pink picture frame, from Emma Shirley.

We love to decorate our apartment. In fact, I can envision a spot for each of these fabulous items (as I'm sure many of you can too!). Of course, we're partial to feathers, geometric shapes, spices and a dab of pretty pastels--but if we listed all of our favorite home decor items, we'd be here all day!

Part of our week long "Featherette Favorites" series. And since this week was a bit shortened (due to my bicycle crash), this will be a two-week special. So stay tuned next week for more of our faves!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

A Few Of Our Favorite Finds.

1960's post office box door, from The Fancy Lamb.

1960's, Mexican copper enamel trays, from Mascara Jones.

1930's lithograph advertising label, from Daily Memorandum.

1950's apothecary lab glass bottle, from Lackluster Co..

If we listed all of our favorite vintage finds, this post might be 2 miles long. These are simply a few of our current faves. Although, we must say, the post office box doors may just be the most awesomest vintage find ever!

Part of our week long "Featherette Favorites" series. More favorites tomorrow!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

A Few Of Our Favorite Cuts.

"Crocodile Scales", giclee print, from Farouche.

Axe print, from In Haus Press.

Geometric notebooks, from Pawling.

3D card with glasses, from Wit And Whistle.

I love the immense creativity behind each of these designs. Plus, I'm a sucker for silhouettes, geometric shapes and patterns, clever color arrangements, and of course, 3D viewing--so naturally, all of these tickle my fancy!

Part of our week long "Featherette Favorites" series. Stay tuned for more favorites all this week!

Monday, March 21, 2011

Theme Of The Week: Featherette Favorites.

My favorite food is homemade macaroni and cheese. It forever reminds me of the summer picnics I used to frequent, back in Virginia (think June, sweltering 95° heat and you get the gist). True, I hated the hot weather,  but I loved the food: fried chicken, greens, casseroles, and of course, macaroni and cheese. Yum!

Alton Brown's baked mac and cheese, recipe here.

This week, we'll be spotlighting a few of our handmade / vintage favorites--favorites that take us down memory lane, spark innovation / creativity, or simply make us smile. We'll also share a few more of our favorite foods and recipes too.

Got a favorite food or recipe? Let us know in the comment section below.