Long pillow by Tas-ka


I really like this long pillow made by Tas-Ka for this home…it was a customized order from what I understand. I have been eying their fabrics for such a long time, you probably understand why when seeing the images :) 


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  1. Fenke

    they are lovely and remind me of fabrics from westfalenstoffe, a german company. when i was little we used to have a lot of things made from a red and white fabric with little people pattern… very basic and graphic. lovely!

  2. rienke

    This is in my house, and I enjoy the pillow every day.
    It’s very surprising to see the pillow on your blog.

    Thank you Tas-Ka

  3. Lucia

    Love that bench idea, we’ve just moved house and trying to personalise it, this is a great idea! I’ve been without internet for weeks, and now enjoying catching up on my daily dose of inspiration from Bloesem!

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