Monday, April 23, 2007
Take a gander (I never understood that expression.) at these gorgeous rugs over at Weego Home. Stunning. Although that particular one does trigger my vertigo a little bit. The one below does Not induce vertigo. Pretty pretty for your eyes and feet!
I'll never in a million be able to buy them, but I sure love to look.
Thursday, February 08, 2007
Friday, January 05, 2007
I'm whimpering right now, lusting after these beautiful boots. I totally have to get a job and make some fucking money so I can buy these. And others like them.
Hey, they are only $240.95 at zappos.com.
And what about these?
I think I like them even more. And they are on sale for $180. Adorable!
And here are some beautiful shoes for those days when you'd rather be ankle-deep in grass.
A steal at $135.95, and available in 3 color combinations. Hurry! Act now!
Friday, December 15, 2006
When I saw the Shepardess print, it immediately brought to mind this *Pre-Raphaelite painting by Frederick Cayley Robinson called Pastoral, which, unfortunately, I don't own.
*Correction: He is classified as Neo-classical, not Pre-Raphaelite.
One of the lovely prints I bought at the Blue Genie Art Bazaar. At present, I am unable to upload photos from my computer, so I'll have to do this by way of separate posts from flickr. Bear with me.I'm showing you the far-downs (as opposed to close-ups) so you can see the frames. What a bargain these were, matted with lovely frames and everything. Plus, I love them and (get this)
Mr. Man even likes them. It is quite rare for us to agree on art. I just don't get most of the Abstract-Expressionists. He is all Motherwell and Rothko and I'm all Kahlo and the Pre-Raphaelites.
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Thursday, September 28, 2006
These tiny things are completely necessary and I can't believe they've been missing from my life all this time. But the fact that I'm lusting after tiny & cute handcarved clothespin people makes me a little worried that I have passed over into the realm of annoying middle-aged woman who thinks everything tiny & resembling woodland sprites is adorable. So please, if anyone is out there, tell me the truth. Are these things good? As in, "Yes, I would have one proudly displayed in my home." or bad, as in "OMG, I can't believe she's on about these hideous tchotchkes! They will awaken in the night and eat her soul!"
Seriously, I so want one. And want to buy one for all of my friends. But, of course, I would keep the best ones (the ones with the acorn hats) for myself. Go look at the latest ones at The Small Object.