Inspired by our food-focused Links We Love, today's roundup is a selection of fascinating home, art, design, and DIY posts from around the internet this week.
Today: An industrial kitchen, a no-brainer storage solution, and bug art.
So easy you almost miss the genius of it, this minimalist bookshelf is pretty much an instant storage solution: Stack boxes artfully and then stuff them. (A Pair & a Spare)
Our trusty office designer Brad Sherman got a pretty big feature in a little tiny newspaper you might have heard of called the New York Times (!!). The essay extolled his ability to make beautiful, homey office spaces on a dime—a talent of his we're lucky enough to know about first-hand. (The New York Times)
No matter how squeamish bugs make you, it's hard to be anything but wowed by the delicate beauty of these illuminated insects created by Jonathan Gregson, an award-winning food and travel photographer, in collaboration with Cereal Magazine. (The D Pages)
This studio visit to ceramicist Pilar Wiley's workshop is a celebration of details—in both her small-space home office solutions and her pottery. (Rip & Tan)
Home to two designers, this Victorian-style dwelling in Cape Town, South Africa boasts a number of inspiring vignettes—but our favorite is this view of the kitchen, where industrial-style walls meet an exposed ceiling and modern accents in a helter-skelter kind of harmony. (Design*Sponge)
As you might have noticed if you hang around here enough, we launched a wedding registry on Tuesday! As TechCrunch put it, "the idea is to connect shoppers not just with products, but to help them find inspiration as well..." So have a look! (TechCrunch)
Photos by Nicola Lemmon (1, 2), Evan Sung for the New York Times (3), Jonathan Gregson (4, 5), Jenni Kayne (6), Kovacevic|Bosch Photography (7), and Bobbi Lin (8)