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IN THE REAL WORLD – Ellen & Kitchen Cousins

We recently participated in a project headed up by Ellen Degenres and the HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins. The project featured a complete home renovation while an unsuspecting family was sent on what they thought was a trip from The Ellen Show.

Check out some pics below of the project and our Chrysalis Wall Flats anchoring the main feature wall of the project.

Photography by Chris Amaral

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IN THE REAL WORLD – Kitchen Cousins

I have to admit I do not watch a whole lot of TV. But, one of the shows I do watch is HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins with John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino of Brunelleschi Construction in Hoboken. Check out some pics below of a recent episode featuring our Stitch Wall Flats in of all colors; HOT PINK!

Photography by Chris Amaral

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OUT OF THE PIPELINE- Introducing Modern Graphic Prints

I’m excited to share our first line of graphic paper prints. This new line is printed with water-based oderless ink on FSC certified matte paper, made in the USA and available in multiple colorways and fun subject matters.

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OUT OF THE PIPELINE- Introducing Reclaimed Drinkware

I wanted to start the week off letting you know about our new drinkware line made from reclaimed glass bottles. The drinking glasses are handmade in the USA in Indianapolis from pre and post-consumer waste.

Pulled from the waste stream and diverted from landfills these outcasts are given new life as modern drinking glasses. They are perfectly imperfect with unexpected beautiful details like original stamping, casting impressions or varying wall thicknesses. These details combined with Inhabit’s trademarked designs sandblasted onto the surface create something worth hanging onto. Available in four different glass colors and a large selection of designs.

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IN THE REAL WORLD – Shannon Sewell shoot for Chooze

As a dad of two young girls I have learned quickly that there is no such thing as having too many pairs of shoes. Lifestyle photographer Shannon Sewell is a dads worst nightmare. Check out her shoot for Chooze Shoes using our Architect Wall Flats as a backdrop.

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IN THE REAL WORLD – Inhabit’s Architect Wall Flats

If you’re anything like me combining two of your favorite things makes each of them way better. Case in point, Hammer Coffee and our Wall Flats. We’re excited to show off two of Hammer Coffee’s new stores outfitted with our Architect Wall Flats. The tiles have become a staple in all new stores and as the Spokane based brew begins its expansion across the US we’re excited to have our Architect Wall Flats along for the ride. Check out Hammer Coffee here: www.hammercoffee.com and pics of the new stores below.

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Jetson Green: Inhabit Offers New Eco-Friendly Wall Flats

We were honored to pop up this week on one of my favorite blogs,Jetson Green talking about our new Wall Flats.

Check out the posting here: jetsongreen.com and spend some time browsing all the great content and images.

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Inhabit Handcrafted Rugs

OK, we are pretty excited about a lot of things going on at Inhabit but I have to say we cannot wait for you to see our new rug line. So without further adieu, see below a large sampling of images from the 30+ rugs that will launch this new line for Inhabit. We have been working tirelessly on this and can now say they will be available for sale in August and begin shipping later that month. The Inhabit Collection is made from the highest quality New Zealand wool with the finest construction available by artisans and craftsman. To be notified when available just fill out the “Be the first to know” link at the bottom of the home page or friend us on Facebook.

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TREND SPOTTING: Patterning through texture

Patterning through texture. Although this is not something totally new, what I really find interesting right now is where you see it showing up. Surfaces typically not known for sporting designer textures in the form of carving, cutting, stitching, etc… have been reimagined. Things like shoe soles, car seats, appliances, and just about any other surface previously plagued with a nondescript face. We say “great”. There is enough plain and flat in the world as far as we’re concerned.

Check out some of the things we think that pull it off particularly well.

1.) Automoblox Tire Treads
2.) Fossil Key-Per Nylon Messenger
3.) Ferm Living Short Knitted Vase
4.) Honeycomb Vase
5.) Ronel Jordaan’s Clustered Felted Stone Mat
6.) Nursery Works Dresser and Changing Table
7.) Simple Human Step Laundry Hamper
8.) Kenwood’s New Marine Speakers

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Guilt Free Water

Good Life

I have to admit I am somewhat obsessed with my stainless steel water bottles. My 4th grade teacher Mrs. Murphy warned me that my OCD tendencies could manifest themselves into odd obsessions as an adult. Well, in this case it certainly does seem like she may have been onto something.

What’s not to love though? They can be cleaned with simple White Vinegar and water and they last forever, but not in the way plastic bottles do. 700 years it can take a plastic bottle to begin decomposing. No thanks, that is way too much guilt with my water. I rotate between the iconic Sigg, Kleen Kanteen and my new favorite bottle from Good Life Bottles. It’s 100% BPA-free, non-leaching & toxin-free. What makes it my favorite though is it’s made from recycled materials and has dual walls with a vacuum-seal cap. What does that mean to me and you? It keeps liquid hot or cold for up to 24 hours! None of my other bottles do that. No, I am not a paid spokesman, (although if they are looking for someone:) but would just love to see more people kick the plastic habit and do something so simple that could make such a huge difference.

On a side note check out what Sigg is doing with CafePress. The Sigg bottles are know for their design appeal. I personally think about buying one every time I walk by them in Whole Foods. But now they are offering different levels of customization such as adding your own pictures or words of wisdom.

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