niche

Niche is a simple and modern alternative to traditional wall storage and display methods. Rich materiality and a unique form combine to give your belongings a sophisticated place to live.

See the Kickstarter here

Niche es un alternativo simple y moderno a los metodos tradicionales de guardar y exponer sus cosas. Materiales lujosos y unicos se juntan para darle a sus cosas favoritas un hogar adecuado. 

Vean el Kickstarter aqui

VIN ROUGE DECORATIVE CERAMIC TILE BY MARTIN WISCOMBE

Wine connoisseurs will love this ‘Vin Rouge’ tile by Martin Wiscombe.

This colourful tile with a glass and bottle of red wine measures 8 x 12 inches and is felt backed with a hook for hanging.

All of our decorative ceramic picture tiles are individually hand painted by highly skilled artists and are highly labour intensive to make. Our ceramic picture tiles are fired at a very high temperature creating permanent images that will never fade.

The manufacturer has developed a method of production where there are very few cracking or hazing on the surface. If the artist name is stated, the tiles are hand painted reproductions of their work.

CERAMIC TILES FAQ:

CAN OUR TILES BE PLACED INTO A TILED WALL DISPLAY?

YES! The backing can be removed from the tile by soaking it in warm soapy water, after this is done we recommend leaving the tile to dry thoroughly before attempting to use it in the display.

HOW THICK ARE THE CERAMIC PICTURE TILES?

All ceramic tiles measure 0.7cm including the felt back they are 1.1cm

HOW DO THE TILES COME PACKAGED?

Each tile comes in fitted foam inside a display box. These are then thoroughly wrapped and protected for shipping.

CAN YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?

We can indeed ship all over the world, because each delivery varies in weight and size we ask you to use the contact us form with what you would like to order and the address it is to be shipped to. This way we can negotiate to get the best rate possible for your item.

Please note that if the artist name is stated in the title then these are direct hand painted reproductions of their work and a commission is paid to the artist or licensing house.

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How to Get More Tumblr Followers: Find Your Niche

Every day this week, we’re looking at different ways you can get more followers for your Tumblr blog - check back tomorrow for more tips!


At the last count, Tumblr has over 400 million users from places across the globe - that’s a lot. With that level of people using the platform, it takes quite a bit of effort to make yourself stand out. And like anything in life, people tend to congregate around some of the biggest and broadest areas of interest on the platform. Be it ‘fashion’, ‘music’, ‘movies’, or even ‘gifs’, there are millions of Tumblr users posting content and sharing posts in the same broad niches.

This means that it is incredibly difficult to stand out from the crowd and make your own lane. Rather than being able to speed down the Tumblr superhighway, with thousands of other users watching your every move, if your blog falls into a huge niche (like ‘fashion’ or ‘music’), the content you share will only be seen by those users in the 4 cars around you, in the same traffic jam.

Thankfully, it’s quite easy to break away from the crowd on Tumblr, and create great content that will help you to gain a small, but very loyal following. All it takes is for you to find your niche.

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anonymous asked:

You guys should do something different with yout blog, people only follow you for your giveaways... maybe reblog book pics from other blogs? It's your blog not mine so you decide, I'm just suggesting...

MacroLit isn’t for everyone. It’s actually a pretty niche book blog when you consider we post very few contemporary bestsellers and young adult books. I believe you’re right about one thing: there probably are quite a few people following us mainly for our giveaways. But I believe the majority of our followers enjoy the books we feature in our photosets as well. If they’re interested in the giveaways (which always feature classic books), why would they not care for the rest of our blog (which is mostly about classics)?