lunch break shopping: brighton

vintage finds and modern day curiosities we fell in love with today
January 21, 2014  |   column: DELIBERATE POLISH

sometimes, you’ll find us double tasking on our lunch hour—lunch and a mani/pedi, for instance. or lunch and a gallery stroll. today’s combination, as snow accumulated outside our windows, was lunch and some online shopping.

with the wonder and thrills of brighton (and its palace pier) on our minds, here are the inspiring treasures we discovered, and the links for where to get them yourself:
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1. a vintage toast rack. in england they use them for toast, but they’re also perfectly sized to organize letters, love notes and postcards.
2.  marquee carnival lights by carnivalletters in fun phrases to dress up our desks with a colorful glow.
3. retro beach photographs by minagraphy to bring a little old-school sunshine to our living room wall.
4. a (decidedly grown-up) metallic gumball machinea chic twist on dispensing treats.

 


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