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Bee-line midcentury

Lisa Tyrrell recently e-mailed to introduce me to her amazing studio, Bee-Line Mid Century, located in San Francisco, CA. In addition to selling exquisite mid-century finds, Lisa and her partner Ames Munden also design these spectacular mobiles, they call “Recyclobiles.” These mobiles are created by using the left over lamp parts from their friend Robert who owns Meteor Lights, which they also share studi
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Stamp mugs

I know these have been featured on several websites recently, but sitting here drinking some tea and noticing the funny (and kinda pretty) ring imprint that has been left on my napkin, makes me wish i had a set of these mugs right now! The Stamp mugs are designed by Valeria Miglioi and Barnaby Bradford. I’m imagining what a beautiful table cloth you could have after your next tea party or get-together-for-coffe
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the art farmer

One of my favorite pieces of artwork in my house is a small silkscreened stretch canvas piece I found in a thrift shop awhile ago. It’s just of a simple line art depiction of a small hill of grass. Total 70′s modern vibe, and has the signature “marรผshka” on it. I don’t know much about who Marรผshka is/was, and I’ve only seen a few pieces randomly, but have always been curious to see
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decor8

Super big thanks to Holly over at decor8 for featuring Happy Mundane as her “blog of the week”! Welcome to any new readers to my humble blog- please feel free to peruse the archives (on the right) to see other happy mundane-ness- (thanks Holly!)
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dermond peterson

Susan Peterson, one half of Dermond Peterson, was so kind to have sent me these amazing pics of her most recent collections. I couldn’t wait to share some of them with you! For those unaware, Dermond Peterson is a small artisan/manufacturing company out of good ol’ Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Every single piece from their collection is block printed by hand using environmentally sensitive, water-based inks that
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