Joss & Main is currently featuring a home decor collection inspired by the classic Christmas movie Home Alone.
The collection mirrors the furniture, decor, and thematic elements found in the movie.
It brought a smile to my face.
Here are a few of my favorite pieces:
See the whole Home Alone Collection at Joss & Main until the end of December!
Another product that attracted my attention at Florida’s Largest Home Show were these misting fans, or evaporative outdoor cooling technologies, by A-Niks Outdoor Comfort Solutions.
Since I’ve lived in Florida most of my life, I’ve seen plenty of simple caged fans blowing cool, misty relief onto close passersby.
But the fans here were unique.
Pictured above is a misting fan shaped like a giant rock. I could instantly picture it poolside.
They also had a standing heater that could be transformed into a misting fan for the summer months, and then back into a heating unit for the winter months.
There were all kinds of fans, from the aforementioned simple caged fans to professional high pressure jet portal units.
The company is located in Tampa, but they provide service and installation all across Florida and ship their products all across the U.S.
And they can come to your home or business to do a free estimate on a custom plan for you.
Find out more at A-Niks.
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I’m fascinated by beautiful lighting.
Based out of Claremont, California, Moonshine Lamp Co. recycles cast off bottles into gorgeous lamps and chandeliers.
Their catchphrase is “Turning recycled bottles into objects of distinction,” and I couldn’t agree more. Distinction is almost an understatement.
It can sometimes be difficult to take such a fun concept and turn it into something truly classy.
Moonshine Lamp Co. achieves that. Check these out:
These lights, and many more, are available at Moonshine Lamp on Etsy.
I love the creativity in the Conduit series from Troy Lighting. There is a industrial, warehouse-feel to the design, but a sensation of movement to the pieces, as well. They would fit well in a variety of settings, whether your home had a country or a modern feel.
Here are some of the pieces from the collection:
Check out the details at Troy Lighting.
The sight of this sink made me drool…..
Well, not literally. Emotionally. Emotional drool.
I have an affinity for light blue decor and when I saw this Palermo Blue sink, my subconscious shouted, “I must have this in my kitchen!”
How about you? Would you love to have one of these enameled cast iron Jonathan Adler kitchen and bathroom sinks in your home? Would you put it in the kitchen or bath? Would you ever put your dirty dishes in it or would you just stare at it for inappropriately long periods of time?
Not a fan of Palermo Blue? That’s okay. The sinks are also available in Greenwich Green, Piccadilly Yellow, and Annapolis Navy.
Check out the other colors at Interior Design.
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