Category Archives: for the home


Is, of course, Scandinavian. And costs $280. But still, it is the most beautiful pot.

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Koi! For your Wall!

When I was 11 years old I visited Japan as an exchange student.  I think 11 is the perfect age to take a once-in-a-lifetime trip to a place like Japan because you are still young enough to absorb everything while … Continue reading

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Posters that are Books that are Posters

Moby Dick Do you like to read? Are your walls empty? Or worse, do you have really ugly posters up that have been moving with you since freshman year of college (it was probably a bad idea to leave the … Continue reading

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Carbon Monoxide alarm! Install one today!

This is a request that you all install a carbon monoxide detector in your homes. I purchased one last week to justify buying a wireless doorbell, and I’m extremely thankful for it.  My roommate had a rough wake up yesterday … Continue reading

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Building Bookshelves: fun on a Sunday

Moving into a new place with limited storage can be a challenge. This is why man created shelves and why Sweden gave us IKEA. What I’ve discovered while attempting to organize my new space with shelving: Wood is not cheap. … Continue reading

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What is Blik? It’s Wall Art!

If you guys follow my twitter*, you probably already know about Blik Wall Decals.  The one I could see going fabulously on my currently naked walls is their Foxy decal ($45) based on a Threadless t-shirt. I’ve always had a … Continue reading

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