Here’s cute stackable tea set for two. I love how the teapot has an expression on each side. It cheers up anybody’s start to the day. And sharing tea with someone is so therapeutic. It’s a bit of rest & relaxation in a cup. Maybe it’s time to make a cuppa?
This is where love and laughter begins. A story shared, a memory retold, the day’s happenings – the dining table is just the place to be. Whether a lavish meal or butter on toast, just come and sit for a while.
To lucky customers that bought Zoochi chopstick sets, I hope these much-loved items bring you a taste of love and laughter.
Browsing through the craft market in Xiamen Red House, I discovered the lovable and quirky accessories from Pitaya des Quefy. That was the cherry that topped my trip to Taiwan.
I love how she’s made cute-as-a-button earrings and hairclips that you can mix and match to your heart’s content. Each set is hand carted with love and care, and made from the most charming fabric prints. Because the earrings are made from stainless steel, they are suitable for sensitive skin.
Pitaya des Quefy began in 2008 and is a true labour of love. Her designs include more than just accessories, she also makes handbags and purses. Check out her range of button earrings and hairclips right 【運賃見積り】【直送品】サカエ SAKAE 中軽量棚ML型 ML-9744
Ducks are all-time favourites of my little girl. So much so that when Granny bought her a stuffed duck, it became her ever-present companion. So here’s my doodle of a duck for my favourite little person.
Renegade colours stopped me in my tracks. I had walked past a Paul Ropp boutique at the airport in Bali by chance and fell head over heels in love with his clothing. His fresh take on fashion beckons you to be carefree and your natural self.
I love what comes naturally, like walking barefoot just to enjoy the heat of a sun-baked pavement, playing my flute in a forest, falling asleep on a comfy grass patch… Call me crazy, call me what you will, but I like being that natural, that carefree. That’s why I’d like a Paul Ropp wardrobe any day.
I adore how he wraps what we’ve seen and known in something totally new. And here’s just how Paul Ropp does it:
“My love of history has shown me that some of the greatest things I witness today have been created in the past and brought forward to be continued and admired in the present. This can be seen in architecture, art, literature, music, and fashion – colours, sizes, and styles may change yet the concept remains antique; simply reapplied to fit the needs of the present.”
Even beloved brands like OMO, Lucky Star and Lion matchsticks make a star appearance in this room. Synonymous with South Africa, these household names evoke feelings of nostalgia. Just ask any South African expat.
There’s something so special about preparing for the arrival of your little star. I’ve put together some easy inspiration that may spark off some ideas. So let’s begin. Washing the walls in soft pink compliments the accent colours of pinks and greys. White adds an air of tranquillity to this room.