A shot of the Lonely House art print in our kitchen from a little while ago. Even though I have a separate room for my office, I like to make my lists on paper at the kitchen table with a … Continue reading
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One of my favorite Finnish bloggers, Maiju just recently moved into her new home and I’m so happy to see that our Begonia Maculata art print has found a place already in her stylish place. Maju blogs about the progress in her … Continue reading
Our kitchen table from a few weeks back. I love the dark Paeonia Officinalis print here next to the Vipp wall lamp and think it will even look better when I paint this wall in a darker color.
I have to be honest, this Monstera plant looked a lot smaller in the plant center. When I came home with it it was surprisingly big and it really looks like a bush in our living room. I just went … Continue reading
Moving around the Circular Watercolor print in our living room. Neutral colors are really growing on me and I feel like I’m especially moving towards a more beige color palette in our living room. I’m thinking about painting the wall behind … Continue reading
I got this lovely plant with pink flowers last week and love the summer look it gives to our living room. I’ve added the Find Your Luck print next to it which I think has a little bit of a … Continue reading
Just a picture of the Berlin Swim print shot in on my office shelf that I shared on my Instagram the other day. I love to play with the accessories that are on this little shelf and change them around … Continue reading
Just wanted to let you know that you can win a La Feuille art print for you and your friend on my Instagram this week. All you have to do is comment on this Instagram picture and tag the friend you … Continue reading
Two more prints that were added to the collection on Monday: Pampas and Kamut. Two photographic prints on a beige background, which can be hung in a landscape or portrait position.
Yesterday I showed you the ‘La Feuille’ print here on the blog and today I’m showing you another new design: ‘Romanesco’. It’s an abstract representation of a Romanesco Broccoli created out of hundreds of tiny watercolor dots.