The hunt has begun to track down an antique wrought-iron bed frame. I love that it’s ornate, yet understated, feel adds that old-world charm that my apartment craves.
Remember Sean Yoro, the artist that uses his stand up paddle board to access isolated walls to paint life sized portraits? The Hawaiin painter, known as Hula, is at it again with a new series titled A’o ‘Ana, translated as The Warning. He recently traveled to Iceland, where he witnessed the extreme melting rate of glaciers first hand. The scary reality of climate change inspired two new murals, painted on acrylic sheets mounted on broken off icebergs. It’s just a matter of time before they will disappear completely, along the icebergs themselves. Brilliant, beautiful and impactful . . .
My feet are aching for Feit‘s latest sporty-luxe renditions of Chelsea, jodhpur and hiking boots. Hand sewn using a Goodyear welt construction and made with all-natural, vegetable tanned leather, each of Feit’s shoes are made to wear comfortably and age richly over time. And those shearling lined leather sneakers? Snuggle up to me, please.
Former model and interior designer Malin Persson’s home absolutely pains me – it’s that perfect. Ironically, it’s beauty lies in it’s imperfections. The house, located in the seaside town of Malmö, Sweden, was originally built in 1908 and underwent a major transformation under the lead of Malin and her husband. The original facade was restored, lead windows were replaced, brick walls and wood floors were reinstated, crown moldings were reconstructed, and some plastered walls were left untouched, leaving all the original charm intact. I love the openness, large scale furniture, and the most rudimentary details, like artwork put up using tape. Just dreamy, right?