8.12.2008

Supermarket Sweep

Have you guys heard about the awesome Supermarket website yet? It has a ton of amazingly design-y things ranging from jewelry to paper goods to house stuff. Since it's awesome house stuff day, I picked out all my favorite things for your humble abodes.

The most amazing coat rack EVER by Brave Space. I am obsessed with this. You hang your coat from the mountain peaks! How insane is that? It's only $195 too, which is totally reasonable for such a cool piece.

The TwistTogether lamp by The TwistTogether Company. Coolest lamp ever. It reminds me of a bunch of tangled-up old television sets. The colors are just delicious.

Mid-Century Chair Cushion by Grace & Co. Uh. What's not to love about this?

The Tetrad Flat Shelving system by Brave Space. Dude! Tetris! FOR YOUR HOUSE OMG!

And, because the whole point of having a fancy shelving system is to display all the cool knick-knacks you have, here is one of my favorite pieces on the site. The More than Glaser plate by Victore NYC. Just because.

7 comments:

readysetfashion said...

thanks for the link....perfect timing, since i'm moving this month. gotta have the twist lamp!

sleepyhead said...

hehe, tetris for your house! but that is a pretty dope shelf. now if i only had stuff to put in it...

Enfievre said...

it doesnt need this post either!

Anonymous said...

I have that coat rack, it's rad. I'm always taking things off it so I can see it.

Randy said...

I have one of the James Victore plates. They're awesome. You'd be surprised at the comments it gets hanging next to Milton Glasers post 9-11 "I <3 NY More Than Ever" poster in our entry.

laia. said...

anonymous: that's so funny, I could totally imagine doing that, I am seriously in love with it.

Randy: that sounds SUPER rad. I can only imagine how cool it looks.

awesome andrea said...

hey we just saw the twist together lamp at cafe habana!!!


i remember looking at it and thinking it was cool...then looking to it's left and seeing a plaque (like the kind that hangs on a principal's office) that had the website and name of the lamp on it...and that sort of freaked me out.