June 5th, 2014
When the creative team behind Brit + Co. contacted us after spotting our ShopRethink bottle openers, we couldn’t be more thrilled to collaborate for their exciting new shop launch this May. If you’re unfamiliar with the inspirational lovechild of Brit Morin, Brit + Co. is a daily creative resource for designers and DIYers alike. Their new shop features makers from all over the country with bright and colorful home goods aimed to add a little flair to your space.
After we made the decision to become a part of the shop launch, we knew we had to take our Painted Bottle Openers to the next level. The revamp includes three new, on-trend colors (mint, emerald, fuchsia) and a water proof paper sleeve with coordinating stitch detail. We’re so pleased with the end result, we wouldn’t be surprised if an impromptu cocktail party hit the Rethink calendar sometime soon.
Check out the new Brit+Co. shop and be sure to grab one (or two) of our bottle openers for your next Summer get-together!
All images courtesy of Brit + Co.
May 16th, 2014
We’re packing our bags and heading up to NYC for the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) this weekend. There were so many upcoming artisans and new companies we had the pleasure of meeting last year, that we can’t wait to see what 2014 has in store! Below are a few of our favorites we hope to see again.
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May 15th, 2014
If you’re not keen on relying on meteorologists for weather forecasting, have no fear; Pinterest is sure to tell you which season is swiftly approaching. Our most popular pins of the week strangely all had one common theme: blurring the lines between inside and out. And we don’t blame you. Who wouldn’t want to wave goodbye to sullen grays and hello to vivid green? Follow us on Pinterest for more inspiring imagery to spring you out of your Winter slumber.
Clockwise from top left:
1. Sliding Glass Doors / 2. DIY Brass Planters / 3. Outdoor Dining / 4. Clawfoot Tub / 5. Forest Print / 6. Sun-Soaked Bathroom
May 13th, 2014
If you’ve been keeping up with our Facebook lately, you know we dropped a small hint last week about an upcoming commercial project here in Savannah. When we have the exciting opportunity to work on a public space, one of the first design elements we address is the exterior. Because of Savannah’s strict historic guidelines, proposing an approval-friendly sign without compromising the aesthetic can be a challenge. Here are a few of our favorite signage applications we’ve found while researching for our latest project:
Clockwise from top left:
1. Sukha Amsterdam – Amsterdam, NL / 2. Dameson & Co. – London, UK / 3. The Butcher’s Daughter – New York, NY / 4. Cafe Craft – Paris, France