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A picture from my desktop. The lid of a used paint tin. Close up. It became the logo of our B&B room. A home away from home for people from all over the world. Like I said before: ( in an … Continue reading
Amsterdam, May 23rd 2015 I didn’t write for this blog for a few weeks because there was too much going on and I was too busy, and the two elements together somehow made me suffer from writer’s block. I could not get … Continue reading
… if you are a fan of Liberty X Nike like I am! They are back on sale as from TODAY! Oh Happy Day 🙂 I managed to secure a pair of Nike trainers in Liberty fabric yeahh! At Liberty … Continue reading
I love small vases and tiny bouquets. This one is now hanging on the wall by the dining table.
! Checking my mail -before returning home- I came across a few interesting newsletters, among which: At Liberty’s the new season of floral design fabric is available! Lovely, I imagine their designers are ramblers too 😉 Some designers like to tweak … Continue reading
Going for a walk is a joy around here, the colors of wild flowers, grasses and mosses blending into a rich color palette. Zooming in in Photoshop the colors are set apart and the grid of the palette becomes visible. I … Continue reading
This wonderful bouquet arrived last night, a selection of seasonal celebrations from my neighbour’s garden, the one on the edge of the city. The shapes and the colours are a designer’s dream, I mean the Chinese Lantern, how ingenious! The … Continue reading
Driving through the country on a sunny afternoon, I came across this flower shop. Isn’t it great? A true pop-up store, because a) the rough industrial shop front + casually handwritten typography b) the fresh and handpicked (curated!) merchandise c) unexpected location … Continue reading