Canisters from Great Bay
Canisters are one of those items that make collecting fun and challenging. Many times sets are made to be broken, as is the case with this decorative and useful item. Usually found in sets of three, these containers are little stories in themselves. But because of their nature as separate items with detachable lids quite often canisters sets do not survive the test of time. The canister itself can be found in interesting shapes and sizes while the subject depicted on the exterior creates another dimension where stories can be told.
It’s that time of year again! No, not Halloween (though to be sure, I do have my costume ready for tomorrow night), but time for that Fall Classic; the World Series. And being in New York, I’m in town to root on my favorite team! Now, I’m not going to go as far as too get any of this paraphernalia, “tchochkes,” if you will. A comfy hoodie is all I really need to show off my team colors. But, should your colors’ run thicker through your veins, here are some ideas as to how to infuse your loyalty into your home decor. Not a Yankees fan? Boo! Hiss! Just kidding, check for your favorite team at shop.mlb.com.
I am in the market for some floor pillows and I came across these. They are really nice and they are for dogs, not too shaggy (scooby doo !). I am thinking of using these for myself and letting my cat indulge from time to time… not sure that the hubby will go for it.
Really nice dog pillows by Bark Slope.com (love the name).
Leopard Fun is located up the block from Leopard, the main home shop that we reviewed previously. However you would never expect the stores to be related by the style of the items they carry. Only the name of the shop gave it away. Both stores carry well made items – but Leopard Fun has a heavy dose of whimsy – which is great for the kitchen.
Ignore the wallpaper and the seriously shoddy job of pasting the wallpaper on the wall – how cute are these kitschy clocks?
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