December 11th, 2014

DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags

 

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The season of giving is here and nothing quite beats a well-packaged gift. Whether you’re picking out something fun for your little one or giving the gift of style, be the talk of your next exchange with our printable Snowflake gift tags, which you can download here.

 

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

 

 

Share your holiday gift swag with us on Instagram! Tag us (@rethinkdesignstudio) with a photo of you using them and we will give you a shout.

 

 

 

December 9th, 2014

On Site with Rethink

We’d love to think that most of our work is done in our chic new studio, creative juices flowing and sketchpad always at hand. However, our real strength comes in the execution; the ability to provide quality control while on site and to make sure that the ‘creative juices’ get turned into a real, tangible space that goes above and beyond our clients’ expectations. To give you a further look into our typical day to day, we’ve put together a few snapshots taken these past few weeks that give tribute to the real magic: seeing our designs come to life.

 

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In need of a room redo or have a new development on the rise? Feel free to contact us: info@rethinkdesignstudio.com.

You can also view our portfolio here.

November 21st, 2014

#followfriday: 5 Creative Instagram Accounts to Follow

 

#followfriday: 5 Creative Instagram Accounts to Follow - Rethink Design Studio Blog

 

Instagram is one of our favorite ways to reach out to the creative community. Every day, independent studios, designers, and creative startups alike post photos of their process and it helps us keep an eye out for emerging talent and even possible collaborations. Whether you’re just getting started on the Instagram scene or are looking for a few fresh faces to follow, check out five accounts that have grabbed our attention recently:

 

1. Think and Ink Studio

@thinkandinkstudio | http://www.thinkandinkstudio.com

 

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2. The Coastal

@shopthecoastal | http://www.thecoastal.etsy.com

 

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3. Amy Walters

@amyalisha | http://amywalters.com

 

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4. Ida Laerke

@idalaerke | http://idalaerke.com

 

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5. Anewall

@anewalldecor | http://anewall.com

 

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Post below with some of your favorite accounts – or your own – and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram!

October 27th, 2014

Living With The Butcher

 

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As our much-anticipated butcher shop project breaks ground this week, we were inspired to bring you the fundamental elements of our design in the form of a farm-fresh living space. In true Savannah style, kick back in those classic Hunter boots on an industrial coffee table while getting face to face with a longhorn – it’s what’s for dinner.

 

 

1. Set the tone more towards sophisticated than barnyard-chic with Cisco’s Spider Chandelier. Spanning an impressive 72″, the large fixture can fill a room without seeming too heavy.

2. Always have the fields on your mind even when inside with a geometric planter from Light & Ladder. Try filling with a low-maintenance variety like jade or a common succulent.

3. Take fancy farm living head on with this stunning photographic print from on of our favorite art sources, The Animal Print Shop. Use a minimal mat with a 1-inch frame for a contemporary look that maximizes impact.

4. Fourhands’ Shadow Box Coffee Table is the perfect mixture between open and closed storage. Keep clutter at bay within its two metal drawers and showcase your latest parsley collection underneath the solid glass top. For more info on how to purchase, contact us here.

5. Bring home the classic textiles of the wild West with the Jack Chair by Schoolhouse Electric Co. Its black and white buffalo check with splayed hardwood legs are a subtle nod to mid-century design with a scale appropriate for modern interiors.

6. Inspired by classic Scandinavian textiles, these woven baskets from Bo Concept remind us of the local arts and crafts movement surrounding rural areas. We picture a set of three huddled to hold spare throw blankets for when the nights get cool.

7.  What’s a posh pasture without leather? West Elm’s Hamilton Sofa sits atop solid poplar legs and is made of premium top-grain leather that only gets more comfortable over time.

8. Leah Singh’s Bar Colorado pillow is fitting for this room alone just by it’s name; but it’s not the play on words that sold us in to this living room essential. Made of 100% wool embroidery on a cotton base with canvas backing, this natural wonder is reminiscent of farmland topography from bird’s eye view and adds just the right amount of interest without being too busy.

9. Tie (or lasso) your living space together with a nice chunky neutral rug like this one from Anthropologie. The hand-knotted wool pays subtle tribute to a small herd of sheep and is likely to feel just as soft underfoot.

October 7th, 2014

Crocodile Kid

 

Growing from little to big is an adventure in itself, which is why it pays to be prepared for whatever monster may jump into your path. For creepy critters with sharp teeth and scaly tails, we’re going incognito with items for casa and kid that take the fright out of creatures in the night:

 

 

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Sources:

1. This Raindrops fabric by Donna Wilson guarantees no crocodile tears will be shed when used for a pair of shams or impromptu pillow forts. Made of lightweight cotton, this sold-by-the-yard fabric is printed in the historical silk town of Macclesfield in the UK. Click here for more mom-worthy finds.

2. Keep hidden from scales and tails until morning inside Land of Nod’s cargo tepee. Two large pockets are perfect for holding your field guide and extra pair of safari socks.

3. Fine Little Day’s new Gran pillow in indigo remind us of sharp pearly whites, great to lay on while chomping on your own late-night snack. More unique gifts for her found here.

4.  Have the jungle going bananas over your Wombles wind breaker from Indikidual. The full hood with fleece lining is sure to keep you dry during the temperamental Amazon weather.

5. Handmade gator booties from Uncommon Goods act as the perfect camouflage when spying on prey. Made in Kyrgyzstan from locally-sourced sheep’s wool assures you’ll feel just as good about your eco-friendly purchase as your little one will feel about their sense of style.

6. Problem solving in the wilderness could be a matter of life or death; luckily, School House Electric’s Figure It Out Banner gives just the pep talk you need to survive.

7. Don’t lose sight of home with this marine-grade brass compass from School House Electric. Each comes with a brass split ring for attaching to a pet collar or keychain.

8. Do the crocodile hop with Areaware’s Croc Pile wooden toys. Solid beech wood ensures this set of five reptiles are safe for kids both young and old.

 

 

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