OK, not every girl or guy can have everything they spy while bouncing around the internet. Nevertheless, if we could just get our hands on some of the things that captivate our mind share, well, life would be a little bit sweeter.  Ahh to dream. For instance, recently, we spied a beautifully styled photo of an art installation featured in the latest Martha Stewart Living mag of 26 vintage inspired grain scoops (Wanted!) hanging from a primitive coat rack, and a cutting board by artisan, Josh Vogel, owner of Black Creek Merchantile located in Kingston, NY. These sculptural wood-turned objects and much more are available at the March Housewares–a kitchen+ dining+pantry store in San Francisco where simple, utilitarian and Scandinavian inspired products are paired with handcrafted islands in clean lined modern kitchens. Some have said that once inside this store, you may want to stay and set up camp! So, we decided to explore a little further and take a peek inside. Love, Love, Love!

JV Grain Scoops|photo: Laura Flippen

photos above | March Housewares