Webster & Company and Artists for Humanity.

Yesterday while at the Design Center I saw these great handmade tabletop samples at Webster & Co.  They are the work of apprentice artists enrolled in South Boston's Artists for Humanity program and are made of recycled magazines folded and cast in lucite.  Aren't they neat?!

Artists for Humanity is a program for teens who are interested in becoming part of the Boston art community to learn under some of the city's most gifted artists.  Their training prepares them to grow and succeed in the industry.

You can purchase tabletops from Webster & Co, where they will donate their proceeds to the BAFH cause.

Click here to visit Webster & Company's site.  They have so much great stuff to transform a space.  Here are some of my fave products right now:

I love this because 8 is my favorite number... just kidding, it's simple and has a light feeling without a chunky base.
Holly Hunt Coquillage table lamp

 This wallcovering is so pretty.  It has a lacey quality and looks colonial with a modern twist.

Carleton V Chateau wallcovering

I could pass some time admiring the design of this mini staircase.

Rose Tarlow Sherborne II