Hot hopper

Fab fluid lines on this picnic table/bench combo by Belgian designers Extremis.  Via Contemporist.

Design Extremis Hopper

My lordy wordy Indeed!

The blue jug in the window caught the corner of my eye as I drove by... a quick u-turn to capture a car park and the next minute I was introducing myself to, Dallas, the owner of Indeed, a quirky little shop which can be best described as something old, something new, something French, something blue. Her partner Patrick Davey owns an antique store a few doors up and supplies some of the furniture, the rest is a mix of bits and bobs Dallas loves to collect plus some new goodies (candles, baskets, lights etc) for those not enamoured by her flea market finds. I loved the white squirrel lamp and those pale butter kitchen chairs (alas no room in my little ranch for more old furniture) so I had to settle for a rusty clock with a fabulous font on its face and a pair of vintage scissors that cut better than any new placky-handled junk you'll part with the same money for.  Indeed, 1416 Malvern Rd Glen Iris (opposite the hardware store).

Indeed Other Melbourne

Tic toc it’s tea time

OMG how cute are these mini tea cups spotted at Sissi & Co. Take a tic toc biscuit, a marshmallow etc ... or just take yourself to Sissi's for a sweet treat. 1290 Malvern Rd Malvern.