who’s enthusiastic about objects?

 

I recently shook virtual hands with the object enthusiast on instagram. And by that I just mean I went on to “heart” nearly every photo she has up for us to ogle at. Emily Reinhardt’s collection of ceramics injects the perfect dash of dreamy metallics and unexpected shape into everyday objects, so that we casually leave our vases on display long after the flowers have run their course.

I can imagine her work on Brooklyn street corners or African markets, on every surface in my house or artfully curated on West Elm’s store counters. I’d pluck fresh flowers daily for the sole purpose of keeping my ceramics looking as pretty as they’re meant to be. Because it’s a rare feat when the flowers look just as darling as the vase. Usually the vase is just a means to an end, but not with Emily’s feminine-meets-funky masterpieces.

Quite simply, the object enthusiast breathes new enthusiasm into the everyday objects we surround ourselves with. And to that, let’s drink (tea in a beautifully speckled pinch bowl)!

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In other news, this weekend I’ve had Prinze George’s Victor and WET’s Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl on repeat. Both vocalists have these ethereal, feminine voices and I just ache (in a non-painful, this-is-so-good kind of way) while listening. Highly suggest checking them out for your (hopefully lazy) Sundays. I’ve also managed to do zero work since Friday afternoon, which is both depressing and impressive all at the same time. The remedy? Doll yourself up and coop yourself up in a coffee shop, of course. 😉

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