PS – I ate at the Ikea cafe for the first time yesterday and I was really, honestly impressed. I had the Swedish meatballs and a piece of their apple cake and I’d do it again. Mmmmm.
The font trend is still going strong. And this alphabet furniture is the biggest incarnation I’ve seen yet.
I love the idea of having a giant initial as my dresser.
Another Shade of Grey has the first photos I’ve seen of West Elm’s Spring accessories line. And they are adorable.
I immediatly cruised over to the site to check things out. Since then, I can’t take my eyes off of these gorgeous glass bell jars. They feel very Victorian and look amazing paired with the Acacia wood slices.
Jeffrey writes over at The Fun Times Guide To Green Living about a great bargain on reusable shopping bags at Publix! They might not be the cutest, but for 99 cents, I can deal.
Via Freshome, a gorgeous chair that also looks to be very cozy and warm. I love it when comfort and style are combined to make something fabulous. This chair certainly seems to fit the bill.
The cats I’ve owned have always appreciated a snug hide-away. They’ve made holes so that they could sleep in the bottom of my box spring, climbed into a washing machine full of dirty clothes, and made a nest on my computer keyboard.
This under-chair cat hide-away is the perfect example of beautiful,
functional, cat-inspired design. It was made by Gabriel Sierra of San
Juan. You can see more of his work at Designboom.