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27.2.15

4 Happy Friday and A Few New Things from IKEA


We leave you this Friday with a few new products coming this April from IKEA that we're rather excited about. Starting with this adorable new pink FALKHÖJDEN desk (above and directly below) which features traditional ornaments and a matching add-on storage shelving unit. Have you noticed all the pastel pinks popping up in furniture lately?



And speaking of pink, how sweet is this KÄRESTA paper collection? Bringing a romantic feeling to gifting, it's created from handmade paper featuring a pretty butterfly theme.





Also a bit smitten with the BRIMNES series dressing table which would make for easy morning routines don't you think? We're all about the clever built-in mirror with hidden storage that helps hide and organize jewellery and make-up.



Lastly, looking forward to checking out their latest design book called, FIND IT! PART 1
which is apparently all about storage featuring inspiration and storage solutions from eight different homes. Must-have!



Hope you have a nice weekend planned!  Happy Friday!

26.2.15

9 25+ New + Beautiful DIYs for Spring!


Is it us, or is there a surge of creativity happening this week? Our usual nine or so picks of favorite DIY projects of the week, has easily turned into 25! Must be the hope of spring just around the corner! Check them out!


25.2.15

2 DIY Jasmine Kokedama

Contributor post by Emily and Erick of Heidi's Bridge



We don't know about you, but after months of grey landscapes and bitter cold, we long for everything green and verdant. For a reprieve from the bleak weather, we like to visit greenhouses and garden conservatories--the lush, sub-tropical landscapes feel like a mini vacation and cure any lingering winter blues. To channel this experience at home, we created this DIY kokedama made from jasmine, a beautiful trailing plant that blooms this time of year. The beautiful white blooms scent your home with the most intoxicating, tropical fragrance to help you through the last dregs of winter.


24.2.15

1 Oxgut Hose Company


Based in Emeryville, California, the Oxgut Hose Company makes very cool furniture and accessories out of retired fire hoses. Using decommissioned fire hoses salvaged from U.S. fire departments, local designers and artisans give the hoses a whole new purpose from furniture to accessories. All are available at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. Check more pics below:


23.2.15

3 SS15 | Noémiah


Montreal-based, Noémiah has a new pret-a-porter Spring collection that we love, called "Les Herbes Folles" (a french title that Noémie tells us can be translated to "The Windy Landscape"). For this collection, Noemiah worked with Montreal based illustrator Paule T.B. to create unique, fun and very feminine prints. The collection also includes some really cool handbags along with her signature jewelry.  Check it out!