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)