6 Things We Love in September
Use stylish bookends to keep your tomes in place, and dress your walls with classy clocks and prints.
PHOTO BY JOHN ALTDORFER
These larger-than-life wooden queen chess-piece bookends [$155] will keep your tomes in place and your office area looking smart.
[Artifacts, 110 S. Main St., West End; 412/921-6544, westendartifacts.blogspot.com]
Wendell August’s new Karity collection features items such as this bracelet [$50] that comes in blue and pink but can be worn on the reverse pewter side as well.
[Wendell August Forge Flagship Store, 2074 Leesburg-Grove City Road; or Wendell August at Grove City Premium Outlets, 1911 Leesburg-Grove City Road, Space #1150, Grove City, 724/748-4132, wendellaugust.com]
Since 2006, Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth have been creating fine art such as this limited edition “Ruby Red Rose” woodcut print [$85] at Tugboat Printshop. Two hand-drawn, hard-carved woodblocks were used to create this piece.
[Lawrenceville; 412/621-0663, tugboatprintshop.com]
Ward off clutter with this multicolor storage table [$69] with stackable trays.
[IKEA, available by catalog order, ikea.com]
This handmade, screen-printed Lace bird clock [$36] comes in antique red, antique green, antique blue and rosewood. [garbella studio, 5202 Carnegie St., Lawrenceville; garbelladesign.com]
Display your wine choices with retro style with A Reel Work of Art Wine Rack [$69.99].