Friday, October 2, 2009

things


I wanted a knitted pouf, now I got one


Judith Bloedjes makes beautiful ceramic


Lotte Douwes will be a star one day


very,very cool lamps from Ikea

guess you can call me a ceramic lover( cup is from heelwit )


- a day at the woonbeurs( art&garden&living fair) in Amsterdam
with my girl friend,was lot's of fun
-my weekend film will be the Visitor
-we like sweet sweet life

enjoy your weekend

23 comments:

la ninja said...

hiya, out of curiousity: is the pouf from the hema? and, if so, any good? ;)

Kaylovesvintage said...

yes it is and yes again is really nice but I guess by now they sold out, enjoy your weekend

... said...

oh that pouf is great...I also like the Ikea lighting. thanks for the peek.

Heather said...

I love that Pouf! What a great piece. That pottery is so gorgeous. I am always a sucker when it comes to hand made pottery

Have a great weekend.

jane said...

i bet the fair was awesome! love the pouf. have a great weekend! besos-jane

gardenmama said...

hello my dear thinking of you xo
i love your style, you have incredible taste! i love the things that you share : ) enjoy your weekend!!

Brit said...

A knitted pouf, never thought the combination of those two words would exist! Very cool! I'll have to check in the hema here... I don't think they're selling them yet!

PROVINS said...

Wow the knittet pouf-thing is cool!! Were did yu get it from??!

la ninja said...

cheers, I thought it was. :)

AlewivesGirl said...

Wouldn't it be cool if you could get knitted pouf lighting at Ikea?

Love the post, my dear!!!

XO,

Rhea

Francesca said...

So many wonderful things, Kay! Amazing pouf: I'm wondering how thick the yarn is, and how big the needles that went into knitting it were!!! Great ikea lights, if I just had one tall ceiling ...

at swim-two-birds said...

hello kay, nice to meet you, that pouf is really great, i will need one for this winter to sit by the stove, I'm a shivery type :-)
This is the first time i'm on your blog, didn't see elvis yet, he's awe! Is that black tail his?

Evelyne said...

Beautiful ideas, thank you, i like ceramic. Tomorow I go to Ikea for my daugther Aliénor, she wants Billie's with Shakespeare words.
Happy week-end.

Brinja said...

What a wonderful knitted pouf! Congrats :)

Tania said...

You certainly did get a knitted pouf - that doubles as an overgrown sea urchin. Hanging by my fingernails waiting for Hema to hit Australia!

6p00e553feb2ab8834 said...

Thank you so much for the sweet mention! We like you too...!

Lovely, lovely finds...that pouf is adorable, and the ikea lights are amazing!

xoxo.

Bellavien said...

Yeahhhhh, ik zag hem bij de Hema, maar kan helaas niet bestellen in het buitenland.

Love it!

april said...

i like the pouf i like the ikea lamp and i like your blog ;-) happy sunday*

Jeannette said...

Waarom is de Hema nou niet in Berlijn? Dat snap je toch niet?? ;)
Mooi hoor!

Kickcan and Conkers said...

The poof lokes fantastic next to the chair. Nic ephotos. Yes, I LOVE sweet,sweet life too!

Kickcan and Conkers said...

Sorry, I'm writing double Dutch... previous message should read "Poof looks fantastic" and "nice photos"...

Liivia said...

Oh, lovely cup!

Anonymous said...

The pouf is quite nice but it turns out to be a copy of Christien Meindertsma's pouf. The Hema website now has a statement in a red banner saying that they regret that they brought the pouf on the market. For the real poufs check out www.christienmeindertsma.com.