Wednesday, November 28, 2012

5 Happy Inspirations: Details For A Happy Home


Today I am super belated with my post (as some have noticed). Sometimes I am just challenged with my daily job and evening appointments that leave me short of free time to blog. But this pace of life can't keep me from cherishing cute details for happy homes. This week's favorites? The agate coasters by Leif, the handmade baubles from 'Asleep from Day', the quirky 'Henrietta' vase by Danish design duo Meyer-Lavigne, the oil and vinegar set in transparent aqua by Terrain and the vintage kilim rug. Of course, all of these are going up on my Christmas wish list. Apart from the kilim rug: This one's already in my happy little home! 

Happy (belated) hump day!


14 comments :

  1. Those Xmas ornaments are darling! And didn't I already say I LOVE your new rug! xo Jeanne

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    1. Thank you my dear:-) I'm pretty happy with my choice:-)

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  2. I also LOVE your rug!!! And don't worry about being late. You know what they say, better later than never:))

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  3. I'm amazed at how blog everyday despite a day job. Very inspiring. That oil & vinegar set and the rug are my favorites. LOVE the rug. I got a colorful one but not a kilim.

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  4. Your. Rug. Amazingly happy colors and pattern. I might never let anyone step foot on it :)

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  5. I'm loving the agate coasters!

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  6. So cool to see that you guys like my five little picks!! Happiness all around! Thank you all!

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  7. Such a nice gloss finish to those baubles. Very subtle but festive.

    Trisha Xx

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  8. oh i love the christmas bubbles... so sweet with the polka dots! and you know how much i Love your rug ... so igor and so charming!

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  9. δεν ειναι απιστευτα τα κιλιμια με τα τοσα πολλα χρωματα?

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  10. What a cool rug! I want the same one. Just found your blog and I like it here. :)

    Cheers,
    Ana

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  11. Nice collection. Packaging Design is very important aspect for any product as customer first see package before your product.

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