I’ve been collecting images of arrows and targets for a while; I think I began to notice the trend in the fall. I thought it was a natural outgrowth of the trend of using feathers in decor, but I actually think it is part of The Hunger Games hoopla. In any case, I did a a piece on the arrow trend for The Inside Source earlier this year, and profiled blogger Amanda Hanley, in the Boston Globe Magazine. Put off by the high prices of vintage arrows, Hanley makes and sells arrows through her webshop Quivver. I, along with everyone else, saw The Hunger Games over the weekend, and as such felt inspired to post the roundup. UPDATE: I can’t believe I forgot about my own display of targets… They’re by Tracy Melton, and they’re hanging in our house on the Cape. It’s the first photo on the 23 Wall Installations post.
Katniss Everdeen’s arrows are fierce.
Piper Perabo’s home, Garance Doré.
Handmade, one-of-a-kind arrows from Fredericks and Mae.
Arrows in an armoire at Anthropologie, Boston.
Targets, Lawson-Fenning, Los Angeles.
House Beautiful | via Apartment Therapy
Trip Haenisch | Office door of David Weeks Studio, Brooklyn
Left: Dan McCarthy of mc&co, has a Fredericks & Mae arrow at home.
Right: via norske interiorblogger
Amanda Hanley’s Boston home, Red Whistle Jet
Primitive arrow set with case at Three Potato Four, Philadelphia.
More arrows at Three Potato Four.
Model Erin Wasson, The Selby.
Mollie Campbell Greene incorporated a wooden arrow into one of the mobiles she makes.
via The Peak of Chic
Amanda Hanley’s craft room, Red Whistle Jet.
Amanda Hanley’s living room, Red Whistle Jet.
Danielle Thompson of Thompson Family-Life made arrows for her son’s bedroom.
Arrows at mc&co, Brooklyn via Remodelista.
Anna Korte necklace via Honey Kennedy.
Left: Kate Lindello, Hello Victory
Right: Coral and Tusk arrows print. Photographer Kate Lacey.
Concept Blanc | Native Shop, Etsy
via Coloring Contest | Native Shop, Etsy
Noun, Portland, Oregon | via Making It Lovely