leif x nallik

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

our exclusive + limited collaboration with jean balke of berlin-based jewelry label NALLIK is now available! shop the collection here. there are seven different styles in total, and each one only has anywhere from 1-3 pieces available — meaning some of these are entirely one of a kind, so if you have a favorite, snatch it up now! i personally picked out and sourced the stones for these pieces, so it's hard for me to pick a favorite — although i think if i had to choose, it'd be the hiddenite and vanadinite. it's probably the least photogenic of the bunch, but in person it's downright magical. — stacy

trend spotlight: tropical leaf prints

Tuesday, April 28, 2015
the tropical leaf print trend has been hanging around for quite a while now; i think it's officially a movement! in everything from stationary to art to textiles to tabletop, we've got an array of frond prints from philodendrons to palm leaves. shop the collection here

richard tuttle

Saturday, September 27, 2014
i'm traveling in maine with my parents this week, and in a tourism rest stop i picked up a flyer for an exhibition at the bowdoin college museum of art, richard tuttle: a print retrospective. i'll admit i wasn't previously familiar with tuttle's work, but i could tell it was something that'd be up my alley and my parents were kind of enough to drive two hours out of the way to go view the exhibit. it didn't disappoint — the works in the exhibition (over 100 of them) were more impressive than anything you can find of his online, i'm afraid, so if you find yourself in maine i recommend going to see it! it runs until october 19th. —stacy

our july moodboard

Sunday, July 6, 2014

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new work from xochi solis

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
    four brand new original works from xochi solis just added ($175—$225). shop them all here!

color morphology

Monday, January 20, 2014

love the simplicity of these shots and colors by andré britz. they're inspiring some ideas of a new homepage for the shop (a bit overdue!). via behance

Dinanda Nooney

Sunday, January 19, 2014

all taken in brooklyn in the late 1970's, these photos taken by a photographer named dinanda nooney are fascinating. the act of going into people's homes and taking photos seems like such a modern phenomenon, at least to me, and these photos are an unexpected reminder that it's been happening long before the selby and the popularity of design blogs. the ones above are some of my favorites, but there's over 500 of them!

discovered via messynessychic

introducing beth hoeckel

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

i couldn't be more excited about these two works by beth hoeckel. both originals ($325 each) and a pretty reasonable size at 16" x 20", either one of these would make a seriously great addition to art walls everywhere. shop beth's work at LEIF here, and then head on over to her website to take a look at all her work.

color combos at stylyze

Sunday, November 17, 2013
have you guys checked out stylyze yet? it's a newly launched website that makes it easy to create color combination boards from any image you want. they were kind of enough to make the three above using some things from our art collection. pretty good, huh? head on over and create your own here!

cold weather color

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
shop our winter accessories collection here!

silke baltruschat

Monday, November 4, 2013

pastel colors and confetti like shapes? yes please. love these works from german artist silke baltruschat.

vintage botanical prints

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

if you haven't yet checked out the collection of vintage botanical prints i put up last week, head on over and check them out! most of them have sold out (i'm wishing i had gotten a lot more), like all these seaweed ones, but the ones left, especially those big, chart-like guys, are super amazing. the colors are so vibrant and vivid. the pink and cranesbill family is my favorite - i'm having a hard time not taking it down and keeping it for myself. the only thing stopping me is i have no place to put it! take a look!