mustard, pink and tulips… must be good!


Two of my favorite colors combined in one pillow with the symbol of my home land… how could I not start with this today 🙂 Angela Ligouri send me an email yesterday evening telling me about her good friends new collection and shop. Valerie Ormiston founder of pikku wares just uploaded a whole range of gorgeous new home accessories and I love them… 


The beautiful ribbon you see in the image above is from Angela her own online shop, it is Italian cotton in loose weave and it’s absolutely my favorite ribbon in the whole wide world! You can buy it right here. The flower quilt comes from the pikku shop and I just added this to my Wish list.  {Thanks ANgela for letting me know. xx }

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  1. Style Milk

    OMG that tulip print/cushion is absolutely divine! So fresh! I just moved house and think this would be a great housewarming present for me!
    J x

  2. zebraoppad

    How curious ! These two colours are also my favourites at the moment ! Please take a look at my (not-yet-completely-ready) blog (www.zebraoppad.blogspot.com) and look at my new hometextile-collection !

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