Absolutely in love with Japanese brand Markaware’s Mitchell Camouflage Coat. According to Selectism, where I snagged the image, leafy and proper and ready for everyday wear in and out of the woods, the “Mitchell” camo pattern was created during the Korean War.
I love The Hill-side’s camo print, as seen on my dream tote here.
Waiting for my eyes to fail, I adore Warby Parker eye glasses from afar.
Enter Warby Parker Class Trip, currently in Portland, Oregon.
The Warby Parker bus, as seen above, is traveling to eight cities in six months bringing the glasses to the people.
Check here to see if they are coming to you.
Furniture shopping in my dreams. Brought to you by Anthropologie.
Above the Howell Wingback Sofa in Amber leather with Mustard ribbing and buttons. There is nothing I love quite more than a classic tan leather sofa.
Adoring the rounded edges on the Minimalist Stacking Chair in Yellow.
And lastly, why in the hell is Anthropologie trying to push a roughly $9,000 Altair Tent? Damn straight assembly required.
My all-time favorite home featured on Design Sponge is that of professional photographers Cody Cloud and Julia Galdo of JUCO, in Eagle Rock, California.
An amazing 1920’s Tudor home outfitted in Herman Miller second hand pieces and all that Seventies goodness. My absolute dream home.
Hickoree’s Wish List:
Parrott Canvas X The Hill-Side Utility Tote, “Leaf Camo” Print. Made in USA. If you love the print as much as I do, Left Field and The Hill-Side collaborated on a pair of Chinos in the print that are amazing. If only they came in my size, or women’s for that matter.