New Marimekko fabrics, at Charles & Marie.
Where can I find these planters? at AT:NYC.
FiberFloor by Tarkett that simply lays over existing hard floor surfaces, perfect for renters. AT:NYC.
Do anti-fatigue kitchen mats work? at Shelteriffic. I remember that mats like this were required by OSHA when I worked in costume shops (you mostly work standing at the work table).
Painting next to exposed brick, I like the lime green in the last picture. AT:NYC.
Apartment Therapy’s Home Tech Finalist #1, I love the set up they have created here, it’s very close to what I pictured needing for our own cramped television watching area. AT:Home Tech.
Rainbow wall shelves, at AT:LA. Seems easy enough to recreate as well.
Call 811 before you dig, at Modern Roost. I’ll need to remember this for when we go to plant that tree.
Droog Peep wallpaper, at AT:SF. This is so amazing and strange.
Magically Magnetic for all sorts of magnet things. AT:NY.
About Homasote fiberboard, I didn’t know it is a green material. At AT:NY.
Hanging bare bulbs prettily at AT:NYC. We are (still) planning something like this, soonish.
Z-Box, a private bedroom for your ginormous ultra cool loft. AT:NYC.
A $1400 Ikea kitchen makeover, I so hope to lose my stuck-in-the-80s kitchen cabinets and not-good-for-coffee-making white formica counters in a few years. AT:SF.
A good mop at Modern Roost.
Ikea BestA storage is really tall. Want your own library ladder? At Product Dose.
Poison free ant and roach spray, at Cool Tools.