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A Dazzling New Housewares Shop in Seattle

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A Dazzling New Housewares Shop in Seattle

Alexa Hotz July 09, 2012

Just when we thought Seattle-based clothing shop Totokaelo couldn't get any better, it does. Last week, owner Jill Wenger launched Art-Object, an online shop offering pieces from some of our favorite up-and-coming furniture designers and artists.

From Iacoli & McAllister to Stan Bitters to Mato Creative to Maison Martin Margiela, Totokaelo's new venture does not disappoint. View the objects online at Art-Object and in person at their new, larger location at 1523 10th Avenue in Capitol Hill, Seattle.

N.B.: See what's on offer for the outdoors at Artisan Accessories for the Outdoors on Gardenista.

Above: From LA design workshop Robert Lewis Studio, the Totem Group Light features four steel, cylindrical lamp bases with a high/low switch; $850. The grouping of four bases is perfect for displaying a variety of light bulbs.

Above: The Recycled Apparel Braided Market Basket by Matt Dick of Matocreative is $480; for more information, see Style Counsel: Matt Dick's East/West Style.

Above: The bag is stitched and braided by hand in San Francisco from recycled apparel and leather.

Above: Self-taught sculptor Alma Allen's Wood Stool 02 measures 15 inches high by about 16 inches wide for $1,400.

Above: The stool is hand carved in Joshua Tree, California, from salvaged oak.

Above: From Japanese porcelain master Masahiro Mori, patterned bright white porcelain mugs.

Above: Hakusan by Mori's Triangle Pattern Relief Mug is $28.

N.B.: See what's on offer for the outdoors at Artisan Accessories for the Outdoors on Gardenista.

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