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A Big Important Art Book – now with women

A Big Important Art Book – now with women

  Danielle Krysa, aka The Jealous Curator gets me every time. Her book ‘Creative Block’ was already a must-have (still is). I was sure I did a review on it, but I just realised that was on a previous blog. Which doesn’t exist anymore. Anyway,...
Roland Pieter Smit

Roland Pieter Smit

Roland Pieter Smit with artisans in Nepal. Photo: Annamarie Janssen.   During Designkwartier in The Hague this year we discovered the work of Roland Pieter Smit. Not only did we fall in love with his clean designs (I use and love his creme-coloured Ristretto cups!),...
Plants: 4 favorite art prints on society6

Plants: 4 favorite art prints on society6

We all love plants and art, right? If you are feeling a bit lost searching for plant-related art to adorn your home (there’s SO MUCH out there!), here are four of my personal favorites on Society6:     Thirsty by Beth Hoeckel   Fugl Par by Swen Swensøn   Sunset...
Society6: favorite bath mats

Society6: favorite bath mats

Time for another little design round-up! Um, am I really going to show you my favorite bath mats on Society6? Well, yes. As you *may* know, we moved to a new home and are (as always) in the process of decorating. Our new bathroom is very bland and a little small. So...
Shop visit: Wildernis Amsterdam

Shop visit: Wildernis Amsterdam

As part of Meet The Blogger conference there was the opportunity to sign up for an Instawalk the day before. There were several walks to choose from, but as soon as I saw ‘Green Walk’ I signed up, even before any further information was given. I mean, with...
Featured shop: Corotos Market

Featured shop: Corotos Market

Meet Alexandra Vasquez of Corotos Market, a stunning curated online shop. ‘Our mission: to provide our customers with unique, beautifully crafted home accessories from our curated selection gathered from around the globe, enabling them to create a unified home that...