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Emmas designblogg - design and style from a scandinavian perspective
Giveaway time! This week three lucky winners will get a Tokyo art print by recently launched Studio Esinam, value €105/each. It's limited edition and the size is 100x65 cm, and as you can see the motif consists of five elevation drawings of modern Japanese architecture. Tokyo is the second print in the series, the first one was Paris. To have a chance to win, just answer the following question: Which city would you like to see in the print series Elevations, and why?

Work of Art Jewelry designer Stine A. Johansen has decorated her family's apartment in a pretty mix of flea market finds, design classics and beautiful modern art — plus her own jewelry, making for space of relaxed elegance. Love. pia jane bijkerk The humid air and persistent drizzle last Saturday (actually the Saturday before last… it’s taken me quite some time to compose this post) did not deter us from having an intimate garden party to celebrate Laly’s second birthday. I have not hosted a party since we lived on the houseboat in Amsterdam, so I was feeling a bit daunted about the idea and wondered if I could do it without getting completely overwhelmed and stressed (the main reason why I don’t host parties – dinner ones or otherwise). I worked hard for the two weeks leading up to the event to be really present with my time and to let things go if they weren’t working out the way I intended, or if things happened that stopped me from being able to create exactly what I had envisioned. My intention was to try my best to have fun with each part of the process – painting the bunting, gathering the flora, cooking, setting up… I still got stressed, and we still had a family meltdown the day of the party. BUT.

CG WORKSHOP » Blog Welcome to part 22 of our weekly inspirations. Enjoy! Read More Hello and welcome to our weekly inspirations part 21! Weekly inspirations – week 20 Bloesem Friday, 4 March 2016 by Irene Hoofs We're officially moving to our new online platform,! *throws confetti and pops champagne* It's been a long time coming and we're beyond thrilled to finally share with you guys this big step we're taking. Can't believe it's been almost 10 years since I started this blog as a space to share my interior inspirations.. So it sure feels pretty surreal to think how this blog has progressed and blossomed to a full-service creative studio complete with an amazing team behind it. The blog posts from both Bloesem Living and Bloesem Kids will continue to roll out, but on our integrated platform instead!

How About Orange Here's a look at our upstairs guest bathroom. Last night I covered an accent wall with removable wallpaper. I love it! This bathroom has a peculiar layout. this is a long distance call Sampler 2 + Next steps April 9th, 2013 by tsvilans I’ve left this blog alone while I finish my studies, letting the 3d viz work hibernate for a while. This is not to say that I haven’t been busy. Completely the opposite! um par e um sobressalente 1st April 2014 I have to say that I’m continually inspired by the people I meet online. I know it sounds kinda creepy and strangely impersonal, but running this blog has introduced me to so many interesting, successful and innovative characters. Thank you internets! One such person, who you’ll no doubt know from her gorgeous hand drawn quotes right here, is Jasmine Dowling.

Professional Inspiration for Real World Living: Marcus Hay Previous image Next image Once in a while I stumble across a stylist whose work looks both inspired yet also real and livable. Marcus Hay is one such stylist. German born, but raised in Australia, Marcus Hay has been styling for advertising, lifestyle and marketing/branding clients for almost two decades.

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