Tweet Shower Caddy

posted by Alanna Davey on 2011.11.23, under Home, LuvZ
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I totally bought this on a whim when I was doing a return at Bergo in the Distillery.  It’s a little quirky, but is a whole lot of practical.

Made of mostly plastic so it will never get rusty.  The design is clean and cute, I don’t think I would do the birdie shower curtain clips, but a few well-placed birds kinda make me smile when I wake up in the morning. On top of being rust proof and cute, it holds your liquid products upside down, making them super easy to squeeze out without even removing the product from the caddy, and hallelujah it also has a two spots built in for razors perfect for roomies, or his and hers.

 

Loco Bar by Boca Do Lobo

posted by Alanna Davey on 2011.08.03, under Home
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I was first introduced to the brands of Portugal when I was at the ICFF back in May.  And I have been having a hard time trying to forget about how badly I want this bar  by Boca Do Lobo ever since.

Hot Pot Stand

posted by Alanna Davey on 2011.06.25, under Design, Gifts, Home
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LuvZ |  this fire pot stand by +d.  It looks like a crown on its own- gorge.  Or put it under a pot or a kettle to see the flames

Easy Office Space

posted by Alanna Davey on 2011.06.15, under Design, Home, LuvZ
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Office spaces are simple to decorate and turn around quickly, especially if you are starting with a blank slate.  Start with a cool graphic wall paper, choose some lighting, a desk, a chair, and  a rug…voila!  If you want an easy solution and have an unlimited budget I suggest, some graphic wallpaper from Designers Guild,  a Serge Mouille wall sconce, the Bond desk by Jonathan Adler, an Eames high-back office chair, and a fun animal print rug.  Of course if you are a paper filer you might need a filing cabinet…good luck finding a nice one.  My suggestion is to hide the ugly thing in a closet or a built-in cabinet.

Rich Rug for the Penny Pincher

posted by Alanna Davey on 2011.06.12, under Home, LuvZ
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LuvZ | this hand woven over dyed kilim rug from HomeSense, it reminds me a lot of the Second Life rugs from Elte and ABC, which are my absolute favourite!  But while a Second Life rug in the 5 x 7 – 5 x 8 range would cost you around 1500 bucks, you can buy this 5 x 7 kilim version for only $199.00.  The only drawback it they don’t come much bigger than a 5 x 7, so if this is the style you like you might want to start a rug fund…a Second Life rug could run you up to about $8500 for a 10 x 13.

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