I can’t find the origins of this image, but that just makes it more mysterious. Can we please all have blocks like this? Or tile floors like this (the top layer, not the bottom!)? Or BOTH! Found via Pinterest.
Waterproof, and ready to assemble for your favorite house plants? I think I must have these. Learn more about Cottage Town from Ontwerp Duo.
I love the extra-thick threads and rich color palettes, the fact that these are sewn into tennis rackets just makes them that much kookier. See more from Danielle Clough.
Let’s show this collection of amazing treehouses to our kids and watch their minds explode! See all the treehouses at The Blog of Francesco Mugnai.
If I had the time and the patience, I would learn to carve little wondrous creatures like this guy. Found via this Pin.
Regular tulips just aren’t good enough for you? I think I’ve found a solution. See more images of the Tulpi Seat.
Let’s embrace spring as literally as possible, with flowers in our hair. Illustration found via Les Chosettes.
I have never wanted to lick a piece of fine art before today, have you? See more artwork by Pip and Pop.
I hope your Easter weekend is filled with magical flowers, stars, wands, and bunnies! Art print by Vicky Riley found via Petite Louise.
Can you believe we get to live in a world that can look like this? See more illustrations by Svabhu Kohl.
We all need a healthy dose of natural things by this point in the wintertime, I’ll take mine from Papio Press.
I expected a simple music box sound, but what comes out of this unbelievable machine is unbelievably beautiful. See more of the Wintergarten Marble Machine.
Adding whimsy into our home sounds like the perfect addition – especially this dreary time of year. See more of illustrator Saar Manche’s home.
I’m feeling a little rough around the edges, much like this well-worn kitty. Animaderos cat found via Severina Kids.
Can you imagine if you showed up to your next grand ball wearing one of these? I’d sure like to give it a try. See more from Russian artist Asya Kozina at Bored Panda.
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