Fall is well underway, and while we love going apple picking, baking pumpkin pie, watching the beautiful fall foliage unfold and the sound of crunchy leaves underfoot, we’re a bit reluctant to see summer go. So we thought, why not take summer’s bright colors and prints along with us as we make the seasonal transition?
And voila, our accessories for fall and winter are rife with summer inspiration, in the form of scarves, gloves and hats dressed in vibrant hues and patterns to brighten your day even when the temperatures plunge. We’re showcasing lots of stripes, polka dots and chevrons for plenty of personality, in the plushiest of knits to keep you cozy and warm. Aren’t they so much fun?
We also have unisex options for both men and women in fail-safe, easy to match designs (like the plaid scarf below) that can pull together any everyday look.
See them all here.
With the start of fall (and school!) comes one beloved annual tradition…. the Back-to-School Shopping Trip. We may not be in school anymore, but it’s a great time to find deals on small items to perk up our living spaces.
If you’re moving into dorms, apartments or little corners this fall, don’t forget to get in on our 50% off sale on art prints and wall decals. And keep these easy tips in mind:
Blank walls are white canvases, add your style and go!
Keep your walls neutral, but add a row of framed art to create a great contrast without chaos.
Art prints bring a pop of color into a neutral space. A great piece can also be a conversation starter.
Shop for space savers
Look for furniture that does double duty or folds into a compact space, so you can maximize the space in your apartment. Some pieces might be made especially for close quarters, but exercise your creativity and you can often find other uses for pre-existing items.
Swap out one plant for utensils on this mountable planter and you instantly have a bit of green with extra space.
Do without walls, but do divide your space
Walls constrict and nobody ever wants to run into them. Divvy up your living area by adding a visual element. Why not use a plant, a stack of books or wall decals as a divider?
Have you found some great tips to spruce up a small space? We’d love to hear them! Share your photos and tips on the comments below!
Loving this set of silk screened prints Mike Perry sent over. With all of his books, exhibitions, projects, and especially his Poketo designs, Mike never ceases to amaze us. Plain and simple, he’s the raddest. I can’t wait to get these framed, they are going to look so beautiful! More at MikePerryStudio.com
We loooove getting surprise goodies in the mail. This from our new friends from Portland, Jolby. Jolby is design team Josh and Colby. Josh + Colby = Jolby. Awesome. Super sweet crew, we met them up in Portland on our trip up there last month. Here are some shots of their limited edition zines and prints, enjoy!
We love getting snail mail… if you are so inclined, here you go! Only lovely things please.
510 South Hewitt Street
Los Angeles, CA