After working in the fashion industry for 25 years, British born artist and designer Tracy Wilkinson launched her own line of housewares, pottery and furniture out of her Mount Washington studio in Los Angeles. The organic shapes and uneven glazes make her pottery beautifully rustic. But it’s her pots, vases and bowls, with their raw, handwoven sections, that make her pieces so unique and almost prehistoric. Honestly, stunning!
When it come to jewelry, less can be so much more. Of course, when we say “less,” we mean small in size, dainty, and delicate. Layer them on and it all can still feel understated and beautifully effortless. This is exactly why I’m loving this collaborative collection from Luv Aj and Wolfcub. A simple, yet gorgeous, 6 piece collection is all it really takes to make a statement and instantly become a staple in your jewelry rotation.
Dream kitchen, dream living room, dream bedroom, dream bathtub . . . can we please move into Alison Cayne’s West Village townhouse?! The founder of the New York cooking school Haven’s Kitchen took her love of grays, blacks, whites and gold to decorate all five fours of her turn of the century home. There really isn’t any detail I don’t love but let’s talk about the extraordinary kitchen, mustard yellow sofas, black clawfoot tub and floor to ceiling wall art gallery, shall we?! Swoon.