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Daily Archives: April 5, 2012

Hipster dogs (and owners) rejoice: Warby Barker sophisticated canine eyewear

Categories: Fashion + Trends, Modern Decor + Objects
Hipster dogs (and owners) rejoice: Warby Barker sophisticated canine eyewear

We’re not even sure we need to comment on these products. Well, let’s just say this: we’re very happy there’s a company out there concerned about the eyesight of pups the world over, and that they’re doing such a great, modern job of designing the products. Also: that they spend — Continue reading

Warm, Comfy Midtown Minimalist interior by workshop/apd

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Warm, Comfy Midtown Minimalist interior by workshop/apd

Oh this is a great example of a sort of soft, comfy modernism that isn’t lame and cold and sterile. Really, it’s so comforting to know that we can still create clean, crisp interiors that aren’t visually cluttered but also aren’t completely devoid of personality. The soft color of the — Continue reading

7 Easter bunnies for the modern home!

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, Modern Holiday Ideas
7 Easter bunnies for the modern home!

Easter’s right around the corner, and what motif says “Easter” more than an adorable bunny? Eggs come close, but we think cute rabbits still win. Of course, it’s not just for Easter that the bunny proves to be a perfect addition to decor; they look great around spring and we — Continue reading

DIY: Easy and Cheap Paper Lanterns

Categories: DIY + How To
DIY: Easy and Cheap Paper Lanterns

Doesn’t the spring season just make you want to make every one of your outdoor areas into a colorful, DIY celebration of fun decor and laughter? Surely it can’t just be us. Well, if you are interested in creating that sort of atmosphere in your spaces, you might get a — Continue reading

Austin urban design: Ice Cream for Waller Creek

Categories: Local + Travel, News + Events + Contests
Austin urban design: Ice Cream for Waller Creek

If you have any interest at all in urban development and changing a city’s public architecture for the better, you might have already heard of the Waller Creek project in Austin, which has already been drawing comparisons to New York’s High Line Park in terms of size, type and impact — Continue reading