Cécile Bernard lives in Bégard, France where she creates these magical night lights for her shop MoutonCerise. They are powered with an LED light and have an adorable little switch on top. I have to say, there are so many things on Etsy I dream of, but I think these may be at the top of my wish list. Her shop is a joy and she ships worldwide *hint, hint*. Oh my gosh, shake it Cécile.
Matthew Cleland of Score+Solder makes these unique terrariums by hand in Pender Island, British Columbia. Each sculptural planter is made-to-order with handmade glass and lead-free solder and comes with everything you need but the plants. They come in a variety of geometric shapes for tabletop or hanging. “A traveling gypsy, matthew cleland makes his beautiful pieces by hand. His skills are passed down through ten generations and continued by this magician. With a flask in one and a soldering iron in the other, he brings you one of a kind pieces of art.” Shake it.
Designed by Liz Boscacci for Bevara Design, these contemporary hand-blown terrariums were made in Poland: “They blow the glass into a mold, and turn it constantly so there is no seam, then the mouth is cut. If you look at the bottom of the piece, you can see where it was broken off of the bar. ” Each terrarium is etched with the designer’s and producer’s name. I am always so fascinated with terrariums. Little tiny curated collections. Shake it.
Lindsey Adelman‘s new Terrarium Light thrills me. Her light fixtures are all hand blown, and custom made to order in New York. Lindsey’s collection of Bubble lights are brilliant, and this new addition is all kinds of wonderful. She has an extensive body of work, and her site is fascinating, taking you through her process step by step. I have said it before and will say it again, Shake it Lindsey.