Emily Wettstein is a designer living in Brooklyn, NY who built this planter table as part of her application to grad school for architecture. The table is made from reclaimed walnut and steel with a removable planter that can hold a variety of plants.
Pint Drip Table Seems To Be Melting By John Nouanesing This red table seems to have a "paint spill suspended in motion.with [a] design look [which is] unique with the molten liquid paint on the feet, but is very sturdy.
DIY teacup candles: Love these! So cute as a centerpiece on a tea party table or shower table. Perfect given as party favors too. Use mis-matched cups from a thrift store for a pretty, inexpensive shabby chic theme or gift.
The weak grey light that serves as harbinger of red and golden dawn faintly lit my window. I fumbled for a candle, found and lit it, and by its little light saw that the rose floating in the bowl was dying.