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BeadRoute is a new project I started, under the wings of The Fabric Of Home. For now, a webshop for travel companions. Bracelets composed of vintage and new beads come from all over the world, are charged with experience, made by … Continue reading
After along day driving, up North, to attend the second funeral this week, I am back home, tired, I switched on my computer in search of a soothing image. This one. Every object, color or the view, everything tells a story. … Continue reading
My trip to Milan was an unexpected inspiration. Instead of visiting the indoor expo of the Salone del Mobile, I spent most of my time outdoors, walking. Spring has conquered Italy, and the air was flowing in a warm breeze, scented with fresh … Continue reading
A print I cut from an old table cloth that I once bought in Italy, from a stal at a local market. Every household has one. Maybe plain in Italy, beautiful over here. The Fabric Of Home on facebook
I booked a trip to Sicily for the summer. SO looking forward to finally visit, it’s been a hub of cultures throughout history. And spectacular nature too.
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