Crafters In Disguise

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Etsy Favorites Promotion #2: DotandLine

DotandLine is today's featured Etsy shop. Gone are the days of boring white lamp shades! These graphic prints will turn a boring necessessity into a fabulous feature of any room, and whether your style is modern, rustic, traditional, retro, or totally unique, if you can't find it already in their shop, a custom lampshade is sure to be the right choice for your space.

Here's what Annie from DotandLine has to say about her company:

Hello from Dot&Line Home Accessories. We are a small but growing company! My name is Annie Bierma and I am the owner/founder. I have my degree in Theatre Lighting Design and now find my joy in designing pieces that allow you to add your own story to a room.

As a company, we do our best create pieces inspired by nature, vintage materials and light itself. We try to keep our designs as "green" as possible, reusing materials and lamp bases as much as possible. Using hand printed and vintage fabrics also keeps our footprint small and results in one of a kind, handmade items you can't find anywhere else.

In addition to making pieces inspired but us directly, we also enjoy collaboration with individuals to create something that is uniquely "them". This guarantees that our clients get exactly what they want and need for their space and nothing makes us happier!


  1. Very pretty, I suppose they're US only because they'd get crushed.

  2. Those are amazing!!! I love the bottom one. Will have to check out her shop.

  3. Uber pretty and chic lampshades! I love them!

  4. Yay, Annie! I love her stuff, I have some of her bird pictures hanging in my bathroom. She actually might ship internationally, niftyknits, you should convo her!

  5. Annie is a very talented woman. Her work is beautiful, artsy and breathtaking all in one.
    You will love her stuff!

  6. Annie does quality work and is also a great communicator! Also check out her Greenpockets line!!

  7. Oh how fun - reusable coffee cup sleeves! Those would probably be a hit around here in Seattle. Greenpockets: