Friday, January 17, 2014

Fancy That!

Original image by Tori Watson, Marvelous Things Photography

We're back again this week, sharing all the smaller things we're into (or fancying, hence the series name) that might not fit into a single post for one reason or another. Sometimes there might be a long list of randomness, other times it might be a single gem — whatever the case, here's what we're into right now.

-The Floyd Leg — maybe the most inventive Kickstarter idea we've seen. It's even got us thinking of scrapping the whole "buying a desk" for our office idea in lieu of building our own with a set of these legs.

-Basil's been looking quite dapper in his new winter collar we picked up from Hollywoof Styles on Etsy. After 3 years with Basil, we're getting to know what kind of collars work best. For us it's a weatherproof ribbon with a thick webbed backing in a clip release style — Etsy makes it so easy for us to be able to get the wider, 1 1/2 to 2 inch thick collars that look so good on him, too. I'm sure we're not crazy dog people and that others have their "perfect" accessory styles for their critters as well. #tellmewerenotalone

-We are both so eager for spring and the gardening season that comes with it. This Garden Swirl trellis would be such a fun focal point indoors or out.

-What was your birth order? It just might show. Tim's a first born, I'm the baby of my family and the personality traits were pretty dead on — ring true for you and your siblings?

-Our friend and local artist/photographer, Gary Garbett, just released Some Heroes, a photographic journal captured with discarded and rescued film, instant, and digital cameras.

-10 wine-based recipes that will let you "sip and cook" all weekend long. 

-Some Things Take Time.

So, that's what we're thinking about this week and we hope you have a wonderful weekend. There's only one question left — what are you fancying right now?

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1 comment:

  1. I love The Floyd Leg project. I can think of a few use for those already. Thanks for pointing them out.