some things I liked this week…


this amazing quilt I saw in a book which arrived in my mailbox the other day and I hope I can make it one day too….


Styling ideas I used as inpsiration last week from super talented photographer Maria Grossmann


The new Trays collection from Camp Cirrus… 

Tatjana  Quilting Kitchencurtains




more styling ideas from Tatjana Quax en Ben Lambers…. 


and this is the book I was talking about, 'Modern Log Cabin Quilting' by Susan Beal


and my new vintage Curtains… they belonged to my sisters grand-mother in law… they made it all the way to Kuala Lumpur and are hanging in our kitchen…

Wish you a very nice weekend!! Will I see you back on Monday? irene xx

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  1. Deja

    Those curtains are amazing. I’m very jealous. I’ve been hunting some nice vintage curtains as well. Great photos! xoxo

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