These hexagonal shelves in my bedroom were custom made by furniture craftsman and fellow blogger, Josh Jackson. Working only with reclaimed wood, Josh salvaged the wood for these shelves from the living room of an L.A. home.
I really love how the shelves finish off the room. To see more of Josh's handiwork, go to his website here. Josh is also a very gifted writer, capturing the beauty and fragility of life on his blog, Jack at Random. A must read, especially for those who have lost a child in utero.
This beautiful silk blouse was made by Dani Kishino of Xsilk. The silk is hand dyed in small batches using non-toxic dyes. Dani also hand paints on some of her shirts, which can be found in her Etsy shop here. So comfortable and flattering, this blouse has become my new favorite piece in my wardrobe.
I've been a big fan of Natasha Newton's handpainted rocks for awhile now. We connected this summer via Etsy, and we decided to swap painted rocks. These beauties came from the beaches of Suffolk, England. That's about a 5000 mile trip! Be sure to check out more of Natasha's lovely art here.
Some of you may recall that I've run a couple of swap-a-thons in the past. This is where I swap credit in my shop for items that readers make or already own. It's been a year and a half since the last one, so I'm thinking it's time to run another swap-a-thon. (And my tea selection is quite pathetic, so I'm really hoping that a winner or two can help me out with this.)
Look for more details and not so subtle hints in the next post.