Good Goods: Zinc Specimen Frame

Zinc Specimen Frame

The lack of backing and unusual shape of this zinc frame perfectly complement pressed botanicals. I think one of these frames, especially the tiny version, would be a great housewarming or just because gift. Something dried from your own garden would provide it with just the right sentiment.

Good Goods: KaschKasch Floor Mirror

Menu has an impressive catalog of what they have designated soft minimalism. They are a Danish company “obsessed with clever solutions and functional details.” This full body mirror encompasses that sentiment. Lean it against walls or tuck it away in a corner; it is a great space-saver. Practical and lovely.

Good Goods: White Rabbit Soap

I tend to feature types of objects on Good Goods that make my daily routine joyous. Candles, mugs, and all sorts of simple, but beautiful objects make up my posting repertoire. Today, I’m adding a item that tends to top that list, bar soap. During one of our visits to Space Montrose, a shop dedicated to featuring local artisans and crafters, I picked up what has come to be one of my favorite aromas. A soap from Old Factory called White Rabbit. The fragrance is nothing short of incredible, and I can’t get enough. If you’re in town, you should pick a bar, or two, or three from Space Montrose, if you aren’t local Old Factory has an online shop to order from.

Good Goods: A Field Guide to the High Line

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High Line
We recently returned from a trip to the North-East. Unfortunately, we spent the majority of our trip ill, and in bed. We mustered up the energy to get some donuts and coffee, but a long walk on the High Line was out of the question. It was a bit of a bummer; we would have loved to go back. Maybe this High Line Field Guide will tide us over until our next visit. It was created by artist Mark Dion, and is an unofficial guide…apparently blending fact and fiction. Educational? I’m actually not sure, (haven’t read any of it yet) but I would love to have a copy on my shelf.

Good Goods: Copper Baskets

Copper BAskets from House Doctor
These metal storage baskets are available at House Doctor, but I’m not sure if they have any distributors in America. At any rate, they are quite lovely and are on my wish list. I recommend checking out the House Doctor shop, for sure. It is a family-run interior design business with in house interior accessory designers. Let’s just hope they have plans to sell in the US soon.