Sunday, May 15, 2011

I’m kinda loving these handmade baskets on a wall…



welm



west elm



bootstrap_robiya_pillow



Thank Raphael…who made the ones above, with his own hands.


find more beautiful handwork


at the bootstrap project...here


bootstrap_purple_dish


Ikat beauty in turquoise…


ahhh.

30 comments:

Ivy Lane said...

I like! Happy Sunday!

Karena said...

Love, love Linda. I have quite a few baskets, and I actually gave up a lot when scaling down lifestyle!

Would love to know where the turquoise Ikat basket came from!

I have a New Giveaway from Serena and Lily you will love!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

I love showcasing anything handmade and artistic. These are beautiful!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Karena...the turquoise IKAT bowl is also from the bootstrap project...just click on the pic!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

They remind me of big fat raindrops. Love them!

alison@MyLittleHappyPlace said...

We did something similar at our casa - great, and typically inexpensive way to fill a big wall. Love these examples.

sealaura said...

Those are super cool. I like these better than plates on a wall. GREAT idea. The texture is great for a beach casita. Happy Sunday to you!

Helen said...

Baskets and display .... really lovely.

Barb@curlywillowdiy said...

Yeah, I'm kinda loving them too!

for the love of a house said...

the composition of that first photo is gorgeous!!

simpledaisy said...

OOh...I love them!!!!! So pretty:)

Farmgirl Paints said...

they are really pretty put in a collection like that. nice display.

Viera said...

..love turquoise ikat basket -
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Melissa said...

Totally loving them. And love the bootstrap project--awesome!

SallyLeeByTheSea.com said...

I think I'm in love with the baskets on the wall ~ fabulous!!

Hope you have a lovely new week, Linda.

Charlotta Ward said...

Oh yes, I am more than kinda' loving these! That first picture is fantastic. So me!

x Charlotta

Love Where You LIve said...

love the warmth as well as the textural mix. My favorite image are those on the brick.

Deborah said...

Oh what a wonderful project! I'm a big basket lover ♥♥♥ dust and all.
Milo is home with his parents. School is out in two weeks, so hopefully I will do a reunion post. **kisses** Deb

Joyce said...

I like the basket! I remember my very first apartment when I had baskets on the wall because there was no budget for art the walls. xo

Joyce said...

I like the basket! I remember my very first apartment when I had baskets on the wall because there was no budget for art the walls. xo

becky said...

Oh, those baskets are totally handsome...love all the wheeling and dealing over the walls like that!

anita said...

oh love the west elm baskets, have that one in my photo archives as well. so many make a big statement!

liz said...

I love Raphael's baskets!!

Renae Moore said...

You find the coolest things! AND some fab deals on some of your loot too!

Al said...

That is such a neat idea, to put those wonderful baskets on a wall! They really make a striking focal point. The graphic statement is really fabulous. Great post.

Tasha said...

I have a handmade basket on my wall!

http://bit.ly/kM3DMs

ticklishfromadistance said...

Same. Love them. Wish I could find some.

Beachside Cottage said...

Do love those baskets!
Linda

Beadboard UpCountry said...

Hi Linda!
They are great! I like the fact they are different and they just go up the wall in an abstract fashion..... I recently saw onw tieh different plates I might ginve it a shot......Maryanne xo

Leah Moss said...

lovely! I fell in love with a beautiful home filled with antique winnowing baskets that was featured in Interiors magazine a couple of years ago. Alas at the time, my search for the perfect worn baskets yielded no results, but now I keep seeing really lovely ones.

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