Lee Wests beautifully crafted wares are made in Vienna, Austria at the Carl Auböck Workshops and we’re so excited to have the Watering Can and Jewelry Box in the shop. West, a Parisian-based designer originally from England, began his collaboration with the Workshop after a happenstance meeting with Carl Aubock IV (Grandson) when he visited the Aubock shop in Vienna. If you’re not familiar with Carl Auböck (1900-1957), the legendary modernist, who was schooled at the Bauhaus, specialized in bronze casting and other natural materials like leather, wood and horn to create a range of iconic objects and furniture which are sought by collectors and design lovers to this day.

Lee West Objects first collection of wares includes the watering can, jewelery box, candle holders and lighting to name a few.  We love the patinated finish of the brass which is paired so perfectly next to the brushed and mirrored brass.

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Just in!  New from Ionna Vautrin for famed French manufacturer Andree Jardin, the Canot (Canoe) Series of beautiful cutting boards and fruit/vegetable cleaning brushes!

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Just in time for the start of winter, new Forestry blankets have arrived in the shop!   These gorgeous blankets are made of 100% soft lambs wool and hand made in the Netherlands. New Zealand expat, Virginia Star Busmann, created the company which she named after Forestry Beach located on the beautiful north island of New Zealand – a place still dear to her heart. Busmann has designed two styles for the blanket: Mina and Boh. Mina is a striking diagonal pattern, while Boh is a skewed diagonal pattern.  Find out more about Forestry blankets here.


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Here’s a great little video featuring Kate Stokes, designer of the Coco Pendant!

LEXUS: The Five – Kate Stokes from Everything Is Okay on Vimeo.

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Christy Whitney "Unwanted"Christy Whitney "Unwanted"Fine art photographer, Christy Whitney, will be showing her powerful work, UNWANTED, from March 13 – May 13, 2013 at Club H in Hoboken, NJ. UNWANTED documents horses that were once ‘unwanted’ bi-products of irresponsible ownership and overbreeding from pharma organizations, meat producers, and the racing and horse show industries. Her work strives to educate the public about the neglect and cruel mistreatment of these gentle companions.  This show will be one of many to come, where she hopes to raise national awareness and to grow support for organizations who are working to change these dreadful practices.  What can you do to help?  Go to the show, find out more about how you can help, buy prints, spread the word!

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New Mucu stationery and pens are in the shop for January. The 2013 Linen Planner is not only beautiful, but its small enough to carry with ease and allows you to keep yourself organized by both month and day. The Notebook Set contains 4 hand-stitched, plain paper notebooks – perfect for sketching or keeping your ideas all in one neat place. And the new Mucu pen is absolutely stunning in Aluminum or Stainless Steel.  See new Mucu items here.

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Our Teak Measuring Spoons are in this months Food Network Magazine!  For $20, these sustainable spoons make the perfect stocking stuffer!

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Check out the new Long Wall Lamp by Restart Milano in the New York Times Gift Guide. Happy Holidays everyone!

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We’re loving the new Table Lamp, Long Wall Lamp and Short Wall Lamp that just arrived in our shop from Restart Milano.  They’re hand made in Italy and we’ve got them UL listed for both commercial and residential USA usage!  Check them out here….

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