Lot 26 Studio introduces a new collection of wall decals to beautify the little one’s nursery room or the kids’ playroom.
Wall decals are a great choice for decorating because all you need to do is Peel and Stick! Decals come in various colors, shapes and sizes so you can be more creative and come up with your own unique design for your baby’s room.
Have you heard of Warby Parker? Just been to their online store where you can get vintage-inspired designer eyeglasses
for men and women. Loving the tortoise eyeglasses frame
like this one here. This is called the Huxley from the Light Tortoise collection but you can also find it in Dark Tortoise and Crystal Tortoise collections.
It’s cool that you can actually upload your own photo to virtually try on the frames you want but they also offer free shipping, free home try-ons (yes, you can request for up to 5 frames to be shipped to your home so you can try it on in person), and returns.
At only $95, each frame comes with free anti-reflective prescription lenses. To get a prescription, you can visit your local optician or optometrist before ordering a frame. Warby recommends that you also request for the Pupillary Distance or PD (the distance between your two pupils measured in millimeters) to be included in your prescription to ensure perfect fitting.
There are so many designs to choose from to complement the shape of your face. And the width of the frames is available in wide, medium and narrow so can really pick the one that will fit comfortably.
And with each purchase you make, Warby contributes a portion of the sale to RestoringVision.org, a non-profit organization giving free eyeglasses to people who can’t afford to buy their own or don’t have access to eyeglasses. Hop over their website for more info.
If I had to choose between a clutch and a big bag, i’d choose a big bag anytime, unless of course, I’m wearing an evening gown. Yes, I do have lots of stuff to carry most of the time, and I love, love, love oversize bags that are soft, light and comfortable to carry.
Isn’t this yummy?
Speaking of paper, I found this Japanese company called D-bros
, a collaboration of graphic designers in Tokyo. The company’s vision: to bring a breath of fresh air to product design through visually playful and fun designs.
Aren’t these fruit memopads supercute? I think so too!
How about biscuits and chocolates to greet someone?
found via: sub-studio