from mountains to tray tables…

good morning! i wanted to kick things off this morning with some eye candy from designer lina huring and artist caitlin keegan. first up, caitlin keegan’s beautiful new “mountain poster” ($25 right here). i love the way a sweet knitting image turns into a graceful mountain with a subtle ombre fade. so pretty.

next up- this sweet little indoor/outdoor table from designer lina huring. lina’s “vesuvio” table is made of steel and laminated fabric and would look so sweet on a screened in porch with bright white accents. or any place you need a tiny pop of red. click here for more info and to contact lina to shop.

*also, click here to check out jeana’s pictures and descriptions of her “perfect day” on the d*s guest blog…

  1. I’ve always loved that piece by Caitlin. So glad she finally made prints!!

  2. amanda says:

    Oh gorgeous print!
    That is so clever…oh to have a mind like that.

  3. Vickie says:

    Oh I just had to order that print… I love mountains! Can’t wait to receive it!

  4. Sara says:

    Love the table. Would someone mind posting the price of it? Thank you!

  5. lauren says:

    oh the table. I love it. could I turn my fire escape into a screened in porch? hm…

  6. Casey says:

    The table is SO cute!

  7. in LOVE Caitlin’s poster. can’t gush enough about it. it’s amazing!

  8. meredith says:

    Very nice print of Caitlin’s. She’s always so sweetly creative!

  9. Sue says:

    I love the table! So adorable!

  10. Oh, i love that lil´table with the gingham pattern. I´d love to have one!


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