Hands down my best purchase of the year! This baguette lamp by former Japanese baker Yukiko Morita is a real baguette that’s been treated in resin to maintain its “freshness.” This whimsical piece literally lights up my day and adds a playful element to my haus décor.
Six people gathered at The New York Times office to settle on the 25 most influential rooms on the way we design, and the results are captivating. The chosen rooms are not only gorgeous in their own unique way, but the whole exercise explored questions and opinions that offers perspective on how we, as humans, experience space.
This New York Times video is heartbreaking but necessary. As conscious consumers, it is our responsibility to understand the truth about recycling and be able to identify propaganda that we’re constantly being served by big corporations. So little of what we “recycle” is actually given another life. This video’s takeaway is: Start buying as if nothing gets recycled.
My gift guide for Beth Kirby’s blog, Local Milk, is now available! I shared some of my favorite fashion items and accessories, featuring a mix of classic and daring styles, natural fibers and female designers that are a constant inspiration to me. You can also check out the Wu Haus gift guides for more ideas for the home, kitchen, travel and more.
YESSSS! Greta Thunberg absolutely deserves the honor of being named TIME’s Person of the Year. Her work in bringing the climate change crisis to the forefront of everyone’s minds is exactly what we need to effect change.
One of my latest posts on @inspobored – my new Instagram account where I share whatever’s inspiring me at the moment. Follow me and join the fun!
So thrilled you shared your wardrobe picks with the LM readers (and me)! Haha. I need that monstrous organza scrunchie! <3