1.) Add a bit of handmade charm to your backyard by hanging one of these Mt. Washington Pottery bells on a tree. 2.) Have you ever seen a beach towel THIS cute!? 3.) A cute napkin from Heather Taylor Home adds just the right amount of color. 4.) Don't forget the water! This pitcher from Ikea perfect for that. 5.) Bring a potted olive tree outside and pretend you're hanging out in Italy 6.) These chairs are pretty great, no!? Find them at Target for a steal!
Oh, hey there! It has been a while, hasn't it!? Here are a few favorites currently on the site.
1. The Calder Necklace, made by Young Frankk, is hands down my favorite piece of jewelry in the shop right now. We've almost sold out, but there is one left! Better snag it up before I do because I am preeeetty tempted. Seriously. The perils of owning a small business ;)
2. These matching earrings are pretty rad as well. Pair with just about anything for an instant cool girl look.
3. This bowl from Forged & Found is perfect for so many things. I just love the soft white color and the organic shape!
4. Mid Century brass goblets... I mean, come on! How good are these? I love that they have just the right amount of shine to them, and the texture makes them have a more natural and casual vibe.
6. This 1960s wiggle eyelet dress is surly stunner. If it were my size, I'd seriously snatch it up in a hot second. It's the right amount of sexy, comfortable, cute, and.... it is SUPER flattering.
This week we added some beautiful ceramics that are handmade in Athens, Georgia by Forged & Found. What I most admire about her work is the element of uniqueness, in that no items are the exact same. There is a quiet elegance about her work; one that is both playful and beautiful at the same time. Another plus? You don't have to spend an arm and a leg to own a piece with meaning. Prices range from $16 - $40 per product.
If you are a Palo Santo lover like myself, these incense huts are a must. I love watching the smoke rise from the top! Her ceramic cheese boards are a kitchen essential as they are so beautiful yet durable and easy to clean. And, while we are on the topic of kitchen essentials, aren't these salt cellars so cute? They are great to have out on the table or by the stove for a quick pinch of salt. Or if you aren't much of a home cook, they sure look good with a few rings inside 'em, too. Shop the entire collection here --------
Chairish recently reached out to me about creating a style board centered around one of their coffee tables. There were so many great ones to choose from, but I decided on this beautiful French antique pine coffee table as a base for my style board. I love how much history and rustic charm it has! A coffee table is the center of any living room, so the goal is to make it stylish and functional. Add something structural like this rounded footed bowl. It's the perfect contrast to this very angular table and it can hold a ton of things such as polaroids, remotes, and other small trinkets. This ceramic open hand is perfect for holding palo santo, rings, or sage. Add a plant for a touch of life and color. Airplants are beautiful and really easy to take care of. With a coffee table this rustic, it's good to mix in some metal accents like these brass coasters to break up the styles. A beautiful candle is a must -- and don't forget the matches! Since they will be on display, use cute vintage matchboxes or find cutes ones like these. You can never have too many art books. Trust me on this one. They serve as a piece of art, give guests something to look through, and add a whole lot of personality. And let's be honest, make you seem much more interesting. Wink wink. My picks are Frida Kahlo photographs and Union mag. And to tie it all together, add the perfect rug for texture and warmth!
Whether you're doing some last minute Holiday shopping or treating yourself to something special, we've got you covered. Holiday deadlines are fast approaching (December 16th for domestic, December 13th for International orders) so it's time to get your orders placed if you want them by Christmas! The whole store is 15% off until the cut off date, which again is the 16th of December.
One of my favorite aspects of my job is being able to work with likeminded, passionate, and creative women. When buying for Wild Poppy Goods, I seek out those who believe in what they create. I truly feel that the objects you fill your life with should be made intentionally, ethically, and be beautiful or functional. That is why I was drawn to the work of Malia Grace Mau. It is evident that every piece that comes out of her studio is made with care and love is poured into it. Malia is the woman behind Los Angeles based jewelry line, M Grace Jewelry. She uses the ancient lost wax technique to make all of her jewelry and carves each by hand. All production is locally sourced and made from recycled metal. The collection draws from images and symbols found in ancient civilizations and nature, combined with a modern rustic aesthetic. Each piece is carefully considered and infused with protective energy. In keeping with mystical cultural traditions, Malia believes jewelry transcends aesthetics and serves as power pieces to invoke the wearers intentions. You can follow her on Instagram and check out her shop for other pieces not being carried by Wild Poppy Goods.