These all-natural, lightly sweet beverages were designed for those wanting a sophisticated non-alcoholic option to accompany a great meal or a night out with friends. In a fashion similar to wine, DRY was developed to be paired with great foods, and when poured, each flavor teases the senses with an effervescent mix of fragrance and flavor.
Fresh, stylish bags that don't have to match what you wear. It's about time you stopped thinking your bag has to go with everything. These Angela Adams bags are so appealing you'll want to get more than one style. And at Design Public the price is right at $58 - so go ahead.
The Louvre is going franchise. For $520 million, Abu Dhabi has licensed the Louvre name for its previously-titled "classical museum". This is the new rendering of the underside of Jean Nouvels' dome. The buildings are designed by Nouvel and Zaha Hadid.
Nouvel's scheme for a "classical museum" (possibly a branch of the Louvre) features a huge, flattened dome over an open-air arrangement of smaller buildings. It's like a village, shaded with a space dome.
While in one of those expansive moods, scanning aimlessly over multitudes of sites, I came across this very cool company that makes handmade steel belts and buckles. Steel Toe Studios is a design and metalsmithing company in Seattle, Washington.
This is a refreshing take on pickle packaging. Pickles packed fresh and simple by rick's picks.
I love the simple label. The use of plain white labels reinforces their
small-batch, freshly-made appeal.
Gracefully bent strips of bamboo, a strong yet flexible material, are the sum total of the Spring chair. The shape of the Spring chair is obviously related to the human body: more than anything else, you sit down in its lap. And a very welcoming lap it is. Designed by Anthony Marschak, made by Modern Bamboo.