about

about
i'm charlotte cleverley. over the past 20 years i have been learning the ropes as a modern furniture designer. through the highs and lows of my experience, i have become rather acquainted with the non-stop researching, the studying, the compulsiveness, down to being completely swallowed up by this fantastic culture of modern design. the reviews are in! modern never sleeps.
Powered by Blogger.

follow by email

contact

charlottejcleverley@yahoo.com
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

clever people

fav. etsy ornaments!

good ol' etsy . . .  chock full of creative self-starters, boutique shops, unique products, reasonable prices, and love.  yes, love.  do you feel it every time you go onto the site or is it just me?  if you're ever accused of not giving a thoughtful gift, i really think that etsy could be your answer.  the products are all handmade so that alone should pull on the recipient's heart strings, followed by the fact that you can't just run into a store and grab something last minute.  this is a great combo.  (*insert personal note: although my husb. gives some super thoughtful gifts, a small unexpected gesture never hurts--maybe even during the off-season.  ooo, maybe that was some advice for me, too!  yikers!)

christmas is coming up faster than i can say 'cookies with extra frosting, please', so below are some of my fav etsy ornaments.  and in case you are wondering, of course i have christmas music on while i'm writing this post!


the mustache trend continues in ornament form:
mustache ornaments by PaintRobot.

i absolutely love the idea of origami ornaments all over the tree/ house/ taxidermy head, i only wish that they were made of metal or some other durable material that would last me forever.
origami ornaments by BoldFolds.  so i don't love the beads or the stands that they come on, but the concept, shape, and size totally work.  and i kind of dig them even more because of their witty name.

next up is this clever ornament made from retired snow chains by ReCycledConcepts.  it's not often that you see industrial christmas decor, so i'm of course in. i would be down with lots of these around, leaving some plain, maybe even doing some customizing by coating a few in some high gloss paint.


on a more traditional note, i love these beautiful wooden ornaments cut from sustainable wisconsin woods by TimberGreenWoods:


because i love my dog so much, i feel a sudden, pressing need to have a pet ornament for her.  i am actually feeling quite negligent for not having thought about this sooner!  
personalized pet ornament by WhiteLilieDesigns.

and if that one isn't enough since the holidays often consist of ridiculous excess, maybe i need to get one of these guys by PeteTalbotArt:
it's designed to be a little monster, but i think it's strikingly similar to my pup, moshi mcgee:
do you see it or is it just me?  maybe i need to start a business making custom pet ornaments?  i'll add that to my list of the 6,200 business that i would like to start in 2012.  

happy almost christmas!