Definitely a new favorite shop and blog of mine…Neëst … from France….with a passion for decoration and especially for the 'Natural style of life', Neëst only recently opened it's online doors… but totally understands what a gorgeous shop should look like. I love this page in the shop which brings you immediately to the designer and their products.



Just some gorgeous things you can buy at Neëst, potholders from Masami Akatsuka, wooden spoons, vintage cup from Arabia and the charcoal cup from Karin Eriksson. One more item that I really love is a Mini glass vase from Anne Flohr. Enjoy and more joy here

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  1. Lena, Konfettiform

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful blog!

    And thank you for always showing great work from so many talented designers.

    all the best! 🙂

  2. Sigrid

    Toevallig heb ik deze eergisteren ook in mijn favorieten lijstje geplant.

    Thanks for your wonderful blog 😉

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