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Open House on B:Kids

Silviadekker  Hello everyone, I started the new week on B:Kids yesterday with a lovely Open House Tour with Silvia Dekker, she is one of the few who designs 'patterns' for the HEMA, I guess the most famous store from the Netherlands … her work and home is bright, colorful and packed with patterns 🙂 … enjoy!

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  1. PixelHazard

    Oh wow! I am a huge fan of colour. A little too old to refashion my bedroom this way but perhaps something to keep in mind for the future. So fun!

  2. Guro

    Thank you for an inspiring blog!

    I find so many beautiful photos and stuff around here, and today I posted a link to your blog..and I borrowed two of your photos. Is that okay? You can check it out, but it’s in Norwegian, so I guess you’re not able to understand very much… 😉
    Give me a hint if you want me to delete the post, okay?

    And again: LOVE your blogs!


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