Sharing my weekend blessings: * friday I rearranged the furniture in our living room. I’ve always had the desire to have an adult home and a grown-up closet. So a few years ago we bought a real house and a PAX-IKEA with a storage for shoes, socks and all other neccessities in an adult closet. But
floor love | pinspiration
Love this wonderful space. The colors, the high ceiling and the painted rug on the floor. Dreaming of living in such a great place. picture via Mechant Design
100% loft love
100% love for this marvellous loft house designed by Marc Koehler Architects and situated in an old harbor catina on KNSM island Amsterdam Source: afflante
Yesterday Nelleke of Langius Design started her web- and workshop SIMPEL&LEUK. Selling wonderful handmade stuff like blankets, wooden kids accessories, home decoration, masking tape, graphic cards and so many other lovely accessories. It’s a shop you should really add to your favorite webstore-list! It is also possible to learn how to make your own DIY-accessories
Bregje commented on my Artis de Partis post and it was a real joy to visit her blog mr.T. She is allways on the lookout for for nice apparel (and other stuff) for her kids. Join her quest!
Artis de Partis part II
Recently I published a post about Artis de Partis, the cute knitted hero living in so many dutch houses. I received these nice pictures of Artis de Partis hanging around at: * the bedroom of Evie on &SUUS * the bench of Hanneke de Wit * at Knoopjes blog almost run over by a Little Tikes car
A new follower on my twitter account containing great blog-, styling and architectural inspiration: lao.studio from Gran Canaria. Enjoy!
light cord love
Just loving this black cord with lights blogged on: * Elv’s * Mokkasin * Vosges Paris
Artis de Partis part I
I’m in love with Artis de Partis! For me it symbolizes visiting Artis with the kids. On one occasion we bought the very cute Artis de Partis hat for Floor and a couple of small key rings. And last april we found our large knitted Artis de Partis at the Queens market in Amsterdam. But
I placed a pin on my I-wishlist board and received a comment where to buy this. A nice way to discover a great french webshop selling wooden accessories and kids stuff. Meet Papiluc!