Ahead this weekend: the fantastical botanical work of a Finnish artist, what to arrange in lieu of flowers, and a few (more) Valentine’s gifts we like. Read on:
This Valentine’s Day, arrange radicchio, not roses.
The Charlotte Perriand Award goes to: Sir David Adjaye.
The prettiest use for old jam jars we’ve ever seen, via La Soufflerie.
We’re eager to get ahold of a copy of the bright and luminous Iro: The Essence of Color in Japanese Design, now available for preorder.
A tiny weekend DIY: spray-painted flowers.
Elephant Ceramics just restocked with a selection of ceramics and wooden cutting boards; head here to browse.
We’re also awaiting the arrival of these tiny cups from ceramicist Pip Hartle.
15 favorite built-in bunk beds for all ages.
This weekend, Kept is offering 10 percent off when you spend $100, 15 percent off when you spend $200, and 20 percent off when you spend $500. Head to the site to shop.
Decoding the language of flowers.
And inside the strange and charming world of Finnish artist Antti Laitinen.
On. Sunday, February 13, from 2-4pm, Bay Area-based photographer Leslie Williamson is hosting an event to celebrate her new book, Still Lives: in the Homes of Artists, Great and Unsung, at the Hudson Ranch & Vineyards in Napa. Go to Eventbrite for tickets.
Plus, a bonus roundup of more Valentine’s picks for the last-minute shopper: