Last week I was just passing by a lovely area near Battersea Park and I saw this astonishing minimal house for sale…
Designed by the famous Doris Lockhart, it’s a masterpiece of Minimalism, pure and simple, filled with incredible art pieces and iconic furniture.
I recently discovered the dutch brand Hema in one of London airport departure shop:
- Candleholder / 2.Storage Boxes / 3. Metal Basket / 4. Storage Felt Box / 5. Cappuccino Mug / 6. Paper Clips 7. Fleece Throw 8. A5 Notebook
Apparently founded in 1926 as a department store for “ordinary” people, I’m surprised that I never heard about it but I’ve been attracted by the variety of things, the lovely color palette of the shop and the really convenient prices…
The above is my wishlist! As autumn is here I’m in love with the grey&yellow combination.
Have a look on their website for the full catalog (it changes really quickly, so keep an eye on it) …the stationary section is my favorite 🙂
Have you ever heard of this brand before?
p.s. All comments are mine, I am not affiliated with the brand in any way…
Hi there, yesterday I went to the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. I’ve been to this event a couple of times before and I always find it very inspiring to discover new artist and (perhaps) finding some nice pieces to decorate my house.
Here’s is my top 10:
Yesterday I visited the new IKEA pop up Restaurant in London Shoreditch (East London)
The Dining Club (that’s what it’s called) features a DIY restaurant where you’re the chef, an IKEA cafe, serving Swedish delicacies, inspiring workshops, and a small shop too.