Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Weekly Finds № 39

This week's discoveries and links, starting with:

01 Lolita Jaca, St.Bart's: Their Spring/Summer 2012 collection is full of feminine details and cheerful prints, evoking a sense of worldly travel and adventure. In fact, The Orient and the Art Deco movement were the main inspirations for the collection. The Kimono remains the emblematic piece of the collection (as we see mid-way down) but the other pieces are arguably just as desirable and lovely.

02 Fidrio, Netherlands: Beautiful glassware, both large and small, has always been on my personal list of must-haves within a home—particularly rare and handmade glassware. I recently came across some pieces by Fidrio while purchasing flowers from my favorite local flower shop, and couldn't forget their designs. Here, we see just a sampling of their collection. The glass pieces are traditionally blown into a mould made of wood, resulting in thick, quality pieces of glass that will last a lifetime.









03 Splenderosa's new website has just launched, with a very pretty selection of accessories to want
04 My Paradissi put together a collage of lovely floral inspiration
05 Casa Très Chic recently featured an airy and fabulous home—truly a piece of paradise
06 Popbee shared a great (and very sweet) book: The French Cat + The French Dog
07 A gorgeous scarf just waiting to be ordered

Images: glassware, via Fidrio | fashions, via Lolita Jaca

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful links Sarah. That Lem Lem scarf is just the ticket. Thanks for sharing:)

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  2. Thanks Sarah just linked over to the Lolita Jaca site so light and feminine and the hand blown glass is divine, great to read new links!
    Carla x

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  3. I always adore your Weekly Finds, Sarah! Can't wait to take a look at these gorgeous links. x

    Kate {Something Fabulous}
    http://thesomethingfabulous.blogspot.com

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  4. Beautiful finds! I especially love the glassware.

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  5. Beautiful images from Lolita Jaca, love the prints, my favorite oh my..the baby blue top, so feminine. And some pretty glassware from Fidrio, love to see on your blog. And as always your weekly finds are good to read.

    Audrey

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  6. Hello!
    Lovely pieces Sarah - I liked several of them. Perfect for a sunny Summer holiday!
    The glassware is fantastic. I love those little vases in the first image of his work. Nice to learn more about a new-to-me designer.

    Lots of love from Sweden

    x Charlotta

    P.S. It's so exciting re Marsha's website. Lots of loveliness there too. And that scarf is calling my name.

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  7. beautiful finds, Sarah. especially those florals. loving florals too much lately. hope you're having a great day, darling!

    caroline @ patagonia gifts and jewelry

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  8. Oh, my gosh. These are the most beautiful finds. I particularly adore how feminine those pieces are in the photos. And the glassware is just perfect. I like simple, sturdy glassware.

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  9. Dearest Sarah,

    What a lovely white dress! My favorite and of course, I'm very proud of my birth countries beautiful glass work!
    Love to you,

    Mariette

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  10. Thank you so much for the visits + comments :)

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  11. What a wonderful summer escape that lovely home would make! Those aqua vases are so beautiful and the fact that they are handmade makes them even more precious. I hope you're enjoying a wonderful week, Sarah!
    Ada

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  12. Thanks for all the inspiration, I've been catching up your latest post and it's full of lovely pictures, great mix!
    xx Mia

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  13. Hi Sarah!
    Thanks for the mention =) I'm afraid the link is misplaced though..
    I'm glad you liked the florals! xoxo
    Eleni of My Paradissi

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    1. Hello Eleni, Oh no! I just fixed the link now—too much copy/paste I think :) x

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  14. love your blog and waiting for your more posts !

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