Monday, March 2, 2015

fairytale village


There is a beautiful small village in the north of Germany which called Friedrichsstadt and looks it like a fairytale world.

It's a long drive for us to go there but we really would love to go back there in the summertime. So beautiful.

see you,
Kay


PS: love her books Nele Neuhaus.
 

Friday, February 27, 2015

vintage happinesse

Square shaped Bitossi vase designed by Aldo Londi for Flavia Montelupo in Italy circa 1950 in Rimini Blu color combination of blue and turquoise glazes.
 
Future design icon,
Ellan by Chris Martin for Ikea PS
 
Beautiful vintage art Eckernforde. Wish I had more info...

As you can see I was lucky to find some beautiful vintage last weekend in Germany. Totally love my Bitossi vase.

Anybody else has been lucky to find some nice vintage in the last couple of weeks?

see you soon,
Kay

PS: on my reading list Jo Nesbo The SON

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

birthday weekend

 
We spent last weekend in and around Hamburg. Beach and city, my fav combination.
 
A little bit of vintage hunting and some coffee with good and longtime friends. There was lots of cake, must say there is some amazing baking going on in Germany.
 
It was also my birthday so I was lucky and got some amazing gifts.
 
see you,
Kay
 
PS: love the work from Max Zorn
 

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

little winter walk


Life is sweet and busy here but there is always time for a little walk with my girl friend. This time of year Amsterdam is more quiet. Most tourists arrive when spring starts.

End of the week we have half term holidays. So looking forward having a little family break.

Enjoy life and look after yourself,
Kay

PS: Love CousCous Club, amazing place.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Design Icons


Here are some photos from last weekend from Design Icons in Amsterdam. I must say there where some amazing pieces of vintage. I feld a bit like in a candy store.

Mister Kay got me an early birthday gift. An Arka lounge chair from Yngve Ekström (see photo below). Sure we will be back there next year.

fine weekend,
Kay

PS: Love the music from Benjamin Clementine