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16.8.05

kragh rosenberg

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land+living wrote about a fantastic home design company today and i just had to repost it here. what gorgeous, gorgeous pieces they make.....

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kragh rosenberg is a copenhagen based design team that designs gorgeous patterned home designs. finding inspiration in asian/danish folklore and "life in the garden", kragh rosenberg churns out some of the most gorgeous patterns in even more gorgeous colorways. from sheets and pillows to bags and throws, kragh rosenberg's pieces are just to die for. plus, they come in a fabulous purple color that i want to cover myself and my home in, head to toe. (purple is everywhere this fall!) right now, kragh rosenberg is only available in europe and japan, but i'm working on finding their pieces in the us and will update when i know more. until then, check out their work right here. [via land+living]

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Blogger d said...

I was going to ask you a question, but I figured it couldn't hurt to ask in a public forum like this, what with your readership and all, many of whom I imagine might have an opinion on this...

I have a wedding to go to this Friday; actually, it's the first of my aquaintances my age to get married. I don't want to go the toaster route because practicality like that seems a remnant of a prior generation. I thought I might ask if d*s (or likeminded readers who wander to the comments section) has a suggestion for a wedding gift more in the realm of the d*s personal budget (i.e. unfortunately no litebrite neon)

thanks

1:53 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

painfully cute pic, d.

i'm sending you an email with ideas soon. have a meeting at 4, will write more later.

yes, do NOT go toaster route.

xo
d*s

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

try a smores maker :)

http://www.wishingfish.com/smoresmaker.html

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, I gave a friend a red (good luck) fondue set for their wedding present. Didn't want to be generic and it was the first thing that they used. Gave them a chance entertain and invite friends over: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0000C69WQ/qid=1124219886/br=1-11/ref=br_lf_k_11//102-7094982-2402542?v=glance&s=kitchen&n=289903

2:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always like to get people a gift certificate for dinner at a nice local restaurant... but that may be out of your price range too.

They always say, if you make something by hand, it will be worth more to the recipient but cost you a heck of a lot less to make!

3:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the wedding soon?

Do you like the couple a lot or a little?

If you like them a lot, then 70 pounds of Polish sausages is the way to go.

4:38 PM  
Anonymous gragegrl said...

I think the Candela rechargeable "candles" are an awesome gift that is unique and very useful.

http://www.treehugger.com/files/2004/12/almost_candela_1.php

You can buy them in the two or four quantity.

3:31 PM  

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