Design Blogger Wish List: Jaime Derringer of Design Milk

Design Blogger Wish List: Jaime Derringer of Design Milk

created at: 12/06/2011
This holiday season, Curbly asked our friends, peers, and favorite design bloggers to stop by, have some hot cocoa, and tell us what gifts they'd like to receive this year. Today, we're excited to welcome Jaime Derringer, the founder and editor of one of our favorite modern design blogs, Design Milk.

Having moved into a new home and had a baby, I don't know that I can ask for anything more this year, but I've rounded up a few items that I wouldn't mind seeing under the tree.

1. I have nowhere to put this pillow, but I feel I need to own it. Knots are the new black (you heard it here first!)

2. Alexander Girard AND Todd Oldham? Gimme gimme some of that action!

3. Post-It watches from PA Design: how clever is this idea? I might actually wear a watch if I had these... 

4. The Heima Candlestick is still on my wishlist after a year... I really want a pair of these for my dining table. They're so sleek and Scandinavian and perfect.

5. The KOR ONE Black. I have a blue one (as pictured above), but how sexy and sleek is it in black!? Plus, they're donating 100% of the sales to support protecting the environment - WIN.

Jaime Derringer is founder and editor of modern design blog Design Milk, which has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Time Out New York, San Francisco Chronicle, Singapore Home & Decor magazine, and Real Simple magazine.Design Milk is one of the Google Engineers’ Staff Picks and a Twitter influencer in Art & Design. 
created at: 12/06/2011
Inspired by her two dogs, in 2010 Jaime launched modern design blog Dog Milk to expose dog lovers to pet design that fits their uniquely modern sense of style. In addition, Jaime has been noted as an expert on design trends, speaks on design and design blogging, contributes to a multitude of design blogs and acts as a business consultant. You can follow Design Milk on Twitter @designmilk or on Facebook.

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