Tenlie believes that a space feeling like home has less to do with the objects inside of them, but the stories behind them. Dendwell exists to help preserve the stories of the objects we live with, where we make spaces that are not just beautiful but full of meaning.
Maria Enomoto is a glass artist based in San Francisco. Her studio practice involves an intuitive exploration of glass-making techniques that can lead to unconventional use of form, color, and texture. Her making process often leads to quirky objects inspired by a great curiosity for the everyday.
If you scroll endlessly through images of home decor on Instagram like me, you might recognize a corner of Sade's home. Her cute and cozy aesthetic makes you want to buy any pastel-colored furniture you find. We got to interview the creative behind the amazing inspo Instagram account.
Sometimes you find ceramics that are so beautiful and timeless, it almost forces you to gasp. That's what happened to me as soon as I laid eyes on Amanda Hummes's work. Amanda is passionate about studying Visual Arts, in all of its aspects: from history to fine technique. Deeply into hand-built ceramics, Amanda is exploring new possibilities to this ancient practice.
Walker Noble is about connecting beautiful works of art with enthusiastic new owners. As a Black-owned company, one of his guiding principles is that everyone should be able to enjoy art. The first time I saw Walker's prints I immediately felt a sense of joy. I gravitated towards the nature scenes, especially of the Joshua trees because of the nostalgic value it has for me, but was also drawn by how Walker creates these scenes through beautiful line work and colors. He took the time to answer a few questions for us so we can get to know the person behind the art.