The one thing Dylan and I have in common is that we both love these Helen Milan linen towels in our kitchens because they’re absorbent and don’t constantly look dirty.
This painting was given to us by Donnie’s friend and is quite somber. It creeps Dylan out.
This ceramic mannequin hand was a fantastic vintage find from Fishs Eddy. Dylan is not the only person who has told us this hand makes them uncomfortable.
Apparently an anthropomorphic table is less upsetting than just hanging a hand on your wall.
This book in a shadow box is another example of turning something vintage into art to display it in an interesting way.
By contrast, this is the only piece of art in Dylan’s house.
One of my favorite decor tricks is grouping lots of small, similar things to create big visual impact rather than needing to invest in one large statement piece.
Dylan is correct that buying this Leaf razor isn’t going to stop plastic razors from ending up in landfills. But I did prefer spending my money on this than continually paying $15 for a few plastic razors at a time.
Also just reiterating that I’m obsessed with this Dr. Bronner’s Organic Sugar Soap, which I use as a shaving soap and face wash.
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