Bobby’s Bookmarks: Our Favorites That We’ve Been Bookmarking This Week

Friday is here (yay!), and that means we’re back with another roundup of all the best bookmarks. We’ve been compiling everything and have a weeks worth of inspiration to share with you! 

We kicked off this series last week with a handful of great spaces, products and more. This week, we have all new links to share, including a perfect fall escape, Bobby’s favorite outdoor lighting, some stylish accessories, a space with smart storage and an inspiring NY loft that has it all.

Ready to be inspired? Scroll down for the best of our bookmarks for this week. If you want even more inspiration, click through here to follow us on Pinterest to see everything that we are currently loving.

A Colorful Addition to Your Outdoor Space

Bobby loves the Hue Calla Light (so much so that he has them installed at his house.) It’s an outdoor path light that sticks into the ground and offers 16 million colors. You can use the Hue app to control it, program to turn the lights on and off, and connect to all other Philips Hue products. Now that’s a bright idea.

Pacific Northwest Escape

Captain Whidbey feels like the perfect fall escape. Located just outside Seattle on Whidbey Isand, Washington, this restored 112 year old inn is nestled amongst fir trees and sits right on the water. Think super charming cabins, modern rustic touches and a roaring stone fireplace in the lodge. Have you booked your ticket yet?

A Mirror That’s on the Ball

We’re in love with this totally fun floor mirror. It’s super sculptural and unique, and really elevates the average mirror into a total statement piece for your space. (It would also fit right in with our designs for Sculptural Modern Living Rooms.)

Photo: Apple

Just Like Butter

Zach let you in on this product earlier this week in his post My 6 Favorite Kitchen Tools (and now we’re kind of obsessed.) It’s a heated butter knife that makes it sooo easy to spread a not quite soft enough stick of butter. Maybe it’s not the most essential thing you could buy, but for $20, it won’t break the bank either.

A Brighter Apple (in the Big Apple)

The Apple store on Fifth Ave in New York City re-opened this week after a major design over hall, and (no surprise) it’s full of very cool design elements. Most notable are the 80 sculptural skylights that bathe the space in light and allow for views of neighboring skyscrapers. It takes shopping for a new computer to a whole other level.

Golden Hour 

A modern shaped lamp that looks great, works in lots of different spaces, and is super affordable ($20!) That’s a no brainer!

Falling for Ferm

We’re loving all the new designs for fall from Danish brand Ferm Living, especially this super stylish candle holder, playful plant pot, and very cool step stool. They’re all great ways to bring a little Scandinavian modern to your space.

Loft Life

This dreamy Brooklyn Loft designed by Bella Mancini has so many great elements: A modern but comfy living room, a sleek open kitchen and a super warm, welcoming dining room. Who says you can’t have it all?

Give Me a B

We featured this varsity inspired sweatshirt in yesterday’s post Queer Eye Fashion: Get the Fab Five’s Looks. (We just liked it some much we thought it bared repeating.) It’s an updated version of the varsity jacket you may have had from high school, just a little more minimal and refined. And B just happens to be one of our favorite letters!

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Design: Karimoku

Stylish Storage

This Australian apartment has an incredible amount of smart storage integrated into it. Designer and homeowner Sarah Wolfendale maximized multi purpose built ins and vertical height, all while creating a stylish and refinished space.

It’s in the Bag

None of the Fab Five would look out of place wearing this shoulder bag. It’s big enough to stash all your essentials, but smaller than a traditional backpack. Consider it an affordable way to kick off your fall style.

A Simple Collaboration

A pair of apartments in Tokyo were renovated by Keiji Ashizawa and Norm Architects to serve as the backdrop for the Kinuta Collection, a furniture line that is a collaboration between the two designers. It consists of modern and minimal furniture that blends Japanese and Danish style. Sounds like a match made in design heaven!