Unfortunately I am not referring to myself. Although I am willing to be brilliant and rich.
No Rich, Brilliant, Willing is the name of the company who manufactures the stunning lighting below. My only complaint is their website is hard to navigate, or maybe thats just me – Poor, Stupid, Impatient
Thanks to Hello, I’m Tiger for the introduction.
Now lets move on from my printing disaster by looking at this very perfect laptop case from Hay Studio.
Bookhou always produce beautiful products but these pouches made from their drop sheets are just too gorgeous for words.
They will be on sale at 2pm EST which translates to 6am here so unfortunately I will probably miss the chance to buy one.
Oh well I guess I can’t complain as I am still happy as a clam sitting in my new office chair (see yesterday’s post).
Today I started a short fabric printing course and I am itching to set up a little printing station in our laundry.
Whilst getting to know my fellow classmates someone reminded of the wonderful Florence Broadhurst. Not that I had forgotten about her and her amazing designs.
I still want the Fingers pattern for my bed skirt like in Pia’s Paris apartment.
and love the Horses Stampede print too.
Julie Palmer from Olive and Joy loves Florence’s fabrics too!
Pic 1 – Pia Jane Bijkerk, Pic 2 – Signature Prints, Pic 3 – Olive and Joy
Melbourne based interior designer, Camilla has been designing interiors for 15 years and her portfolio is bursting with beautiful work.
Joanne from Think Contemporary dropped me an email last week with pics of their latest creation.
A quirky tea room situated in downtown Portobello, Dublin (or maybe that should be uptown since you have to walk up hill from town to get to it??).
I love hanging out in public places that feel like home and if I was still living in Dublin I would definitely be hanging out here on a cold wintry afternoon sipping tea.