“Lovingly designed, Topsy Turvy Teacups are a take on everyday objects of the Mad Hatter,” says Lauren Formicola, owner of charley + may co.
that suddenly plunge you into the world
It’s a game? It’s a sculpture? It’s a sculpture and a game all in one! Turn your table centerpiece into a fun group activity. Try to stack the resin teacups as tall as you can and then watch them take a tumble. When the fun is over, this acts as an amusing sculpture that’s meant to be kept on display. Tea time is all the time. Topsy Turvy Teacups Stacking Game by Ange-line Tetrault for Imm Living, $48 at charley + may co, Seattle, charleyandmay.com.
No matter what team’s colors you wear on game day, just make sure it’s Pac-12. This string is part of a larger set of vintage, West Coast-school pennants from The Good Mod in Portland, and as far as unique home accessories go, we think they’re undefeated. Vintage School Pennant Set, $400 at The Good Mod, Portland, thegoodmod.com.
Slow down or you might miss Seattle-based El Dot’s playful Animal Reflectors. Saving trees and our furry friends, El Dot uses FSC-certified wood from local forests and remnants from its furniture production to create lighthearted accessories. This design gets the style green light. Animal Reflector by El Dot, $29 including post at SAM Shop, Seattle, seattleartmuseum.org.
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