sparrow & co.

I still can’t get over how quickly the weather has changed — I want to surround myself with things that feel like the inside of a warm, cozy cabin. So when I saw these sweet punched-tin lanterns (you can DIY your own version here) and Fair Isle sweaters from Sparrow & Co., I was hooked. Because, well, there are few things cozier than a sweater pillow. Speaking of which, does anyone else remember when Genevieve Gorder made sweater pillows for a basement makeover on Trading Spaces? That was one of my favorites. Anyway, back to Sparrow & Co. Their web shop is slowly opening and in addition to the pillows (email to place an order), they recently added candles to their collection. Normally, I’m not a big candle person, but the label designs (below) are cute enough to make me want one. Click here to check out the shop and blog and to get more information on their collection. xo, grace

  1. Those are amazing! I fully intend to try making one of those this weekend!

  2. Ta says:

    These lanterns are great! Thanks for the diy link.

  3. Hello,

    Just to let you know that the Moroccan Tin Lanterns are now back in stock at Sparrow & Co.



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