I spotted this website over at Design*Sponge, who found them at ICFF, and I just couldn't resist posting! How perfectly Portland! I just love these handlebars...and no worries! They aren't real horns; they are made from wood! These just make me want a new bike!! So lovely and fun!
Guess what! Just this month only all you lucky readers can shop at the lovely hi, friendonline shop and receive a 15% discount! Yay! Just ender the discount code: BILLEDE at checkout to receive the reduced rate. And big thanks to Megan for making this possible.
My wonderful friend Megan (of StudioM and this project) just launched a new collaborative project named hi, friend. They can customize just about anything; from wedding invites to baby announcements, to thank you notes and return address stamps. There is nothing generic and vanilla about these wonderful designs! These are just a few of my favorites:
I just love these wedding invitations! This is just a peek at this suite; make sure to check out the website for the whole package!
These carrot cards make me want to re-write out my entire recipe collection! It would make such a lovely gift to write out recipes on these cards for a bride-to-be.
It's no secret that I enjoy wild animal silhouettes and this one is just so much fun!
I love the modern classic take on this...and such a lovely color! I just can't wait for an excuse to order something from the shop!
I just discovered the most amazing little block printing shop based out of Massachusetts! I was holding my breath as I navigated through their catalog so so hopeful that they sell online and ship to Portland...they do!! Below are a few of my favorites; they specialize in place mats, but I think so many of these would be just lovely framed! Be sure to head over and check out Sarah Elizabeth Block Printers.
I simply cannot decide which one to get! I'm so happy I stumbled upon this via Katy Elliott.
My lovely friend Molly is getting married soon and her bridal shower is quickly approaching! I'm lucky enough to get to plan it (with her mom) and I'm playing around with the idea of a vintage camping/BBQ theme. I've gathered a bunch of ideas and things are starting to form...I'm thinking yummy campfire snacks, colors from the 60's, a buffalo plaid picnic blanket, an old iron thermos...
Billede Design is a blog focused mainly on Northwest design. Kiki is a sometimes photographer; specializing in portraiture shot with film. She also is a photo stylist, event designer, and project manager. "Billede" is the Danish word for "Portrait". This blog is a collection of tidbits that inspire her work and life. From recipes, to paper goods, to fashion, to interior design, and more, Billede Design is a peek at the inspiration behind the girl.