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Mulbury

Mulbury

Look what I found. A little online shop which sells rescued timber picture frames, industrial furniture and lots of other delightful antique (and faux antique) goodies for the home. Mulbury is based in Melbourne and whilst admittedly I do find their collection a bit hit and miss, there are definitely some really special, unique pieces I know I won’t be able to live without for too much longer. 
Keeping up with Keep Cups

Keeping up with Keep Cups

Congratulations Abigail and Jamie Forsyth, sibling team and creators of the wonderful, revolutionary, reusable, dishwasher safe, BPA free and colourful Keep Cups. I only just realised when I saw them featured in a US design magazine last month, that they’ve only just hit international soil. I’ve been using and loving my Keep Cup for a couple of years now. The thing I love about it most is that unlike the old-fashioned thermal outdoor mugs which keep your beverage scolding and shockingly hot, these ingenious polypropylene little guys keep your coffee warm the same way a ceramic mug might. If you’re reading this and you haven’t thought of that perfect mother’s day gift yet, I’m telling you… this is the thing!!
Elemeno

Elemeno


That’s about how it goes. Elemeno T from this etsy store.

Dunlin Home

Dunlin Home


Well if you’re looking for gift ideas this Christmas, and hoping to find something with classic, understated and original style for your loved ones (or me… he he!), check out new Australian homewares store, Dunlin Home. It’s a collection of elegant pieces inspired by the olden days in the country, when milk jugs were actually used to serve milk, and fruit from the orchard was collected in a pretty woven basket. Check them out!

Spoonflower

Spoonflower


Do the words ‘custom printed fabric’ make your heart skip a beat?


A good friend of mind recently told me about Spoonflower, which we now (at Boheem) consider somewhat ‘life changing’. This site allows anyone to design, upload, print and create custom made fabrics.


There is no minimum order, they have a selection of really nice natural fabrics, the printing process is eco-friendly and yes, they ship internationally.


The website is extensive, well organised, with thousands of samples of past prints and projects.


Spoonflower will even send you a swatch and colour sample book for just $2.


Amazing and definitely worth a look: www.spoonflower.com

RawSpace

RawSpace

Stumbled across this site the other day, and have added it to my list of places to visit when looking for the perfect gift idea. A great variety of homewares and goodies at a wide range of prices. Actually, some of the prices seem a little odd to me – I’m pretty sure the replicate Eames Rocker shouldn’t be $549 for example…! But anyway lots of great ideas in one place – I’ll definitely be heading back to Rawspace this Christmas.

Quite possibly, many of us have heard of the Renegade Craft Fair… the luckier of us will have experienced the hand-made spectacle first-hand. But did we know that the Renegade also has an outstanding online store? At renegadehandmade.com you can see all the goodies listed here, plus many more. 1. Paper Series Print by Gold Teeth Brooklyn: $50, 2. NYC Rubber Stamp Set by the Yellow Owl Workshop, $12, 3. Coin purse by Calico, $20, 4. Alphabet poster by 1 Canoe 2, $39, 5. Thank you cards by 1 Canoe 2, $12, 6. Hello Vase Throw Pillow by Leah Duncan, $54
My type of typewriter

My type of typewriter


The typewriter is dead… long live the typewriter. This old, beloved letter-making machine has captured the hearts of a handful of illustrators and gift-makers: Christine Berrie, Rachael King Birch, Tabitha Emma, The Bold Banana, and Ask Alice.

Wallpaper from the 70s

Wallpaper from the 70s


Bling it up, people! I’m not really sure if decorating with wallpaper is on its way in or out, but honestly I don’t really care. These designs from Wallpaper From The 70s are just beautiful. I’m sure I can find something to cover with some of these gorgeous patterns…

Knock Knock

Knock Knock



Don’t you just love a list. As far as I’m concerned, if it’s written down somewhere it’s as good as done. Check out these quirky note pads from Knock Knock: they make a quirky gift idea… but in the interest of achieving ultimate order in my own life, I think I might grab a couple for myself. Order online from the US Knock Knock website or here in Oz from Hart and Heim.

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