Inspired By: Dusty Pinks and Charcoal Hues



It all started with this gorgeous moth discovered on Pinterest…















All images via Pinterest



Scouted Today: MOUTH.com

We’re obsessed with a lot of things: art, music, antiques, being outdoors, cars, motorcyles, rugs, jewelry, traveling, flea markets… the list goes on and on. But the topic you’re likely to find us discussing the most is food and drink, which is why we were so excited to recently discover this gem of a site–MOUTH. Their mission statement says: Our goal is to help you discover and get the best, most delicious and most interesting indie food products and to help indie makers grow their business. Take a look at their site and see if you can resist placing an order immediately! How about the Pickles Every Month subscription. Yes, please!



Scout profiled on 1stDibs…




We have sourced a lot of beautiful things from 1stDibs over the past four years for our clients. It’s safe to say that every project we’ve done to date has at least one thing purchased from their site, if not more. Often it is the first place we start when pulling together inspiration for a new project. As they say at 1stDibs, they simply have the finest things on earth on their site. We couldn’t agree more. When they contacted us a few months ago to say they were going to profile Scout and our work, we were beyond flattered. It’s one of our favorite pieces to date. You can read the piece in full here.








Scouted Today: Clyde Hats


As the weather warms up, we find ourselves outside every chance we get. To save our eyes and most importantly, our skin, from those old rays, there’s no better way to cover up than with a hat. When we came across Clyde Hats by designer Dani Griffiths, we had to share. Her gorgeous straw hats come in chic and hip shapes that are perfect for the beach and beating the city’s heat. Take a look:








Clyde Hats are available at Assembly New York.



Birds of Paradise…



We first discovered the magnificent Birds of Paradise when watching David Attenborough’s wonderful Life of Birds series. While it’s hard for us to call any one bird our favorite, these exotic creatures are probably the ones we love the most. And how can you not? They are living works of art every one. So suffice to say, ever since we saw (via Wired.com) Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s efforts to photograph and document the entire species, we haven’t been able to stop watching the videos since. And don’t ask us to pick a favorite. That IS impossible.


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