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from Galvin Brothers

(Perfectly) Imperfect Stool

The (Perfectly) Imperfect Stool is so because it incorporates an odd, misshaped leg. The 'wobbly' turned leg is our quirky, deliberately disruptive, interpretation of traditional wood turning - perfectly imperfect with its odd shapes, spacing and sizes. The leg is fixed using the traditional peg-and-wedge system returning the hand finished detail to the top. Ideal as robust seating, or as occasional bedside or side table. Materials: Solid Oak Finish: Hard Wax Oil Dimensions: (w x h x d) 300…

Designed by Leif JørgensenThe Other One series helped establish HAY as a brand in 2003. Leif Jørgensen was HAY’s first designer, and with the Other One he created a furniture series consisting of modernist and innovative furniture typologies in bright complementary colours based on the concept of using furniture as spatial elements that did not necessarily dictate their specific use but instead invited free interpretation. The Other One series was the ideal front-runner for HAY as an…


The Redstone Inkblot Test

$14.99 The Redstone Inkblot Test. Embark on a journey of self-discovery with this playful guide from Chronicle Books. #multi #modcloth

from Polyvore

Luck Be a Lady Dress in Garlands

We ♥ the Luck Be a Lady Dresses, especially the latest one in Garlands! Dress it up with a bit of sparkle!

from Etsy

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from Trendland

Sarah Parker & Micheal Bodiam’s olympic athletes’ meals

British set designer Sarah Parker and photographer Micheal Bodiam collaborated on a still life shoot revealing the Diets Behind Sporting Success. The creative duo graphically re-envision Olympian nutritionist Dan Benardot‘s diets for five star athletes. Creating oversize paper settings with miniature-looking real food products, each plate represent a specific diet.