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MondaysMilk & fabrics by Vorstin

Marjon_office

Just some living inspiration for you today from a home in the Netherlands that was photographed by my best photographers friend Marjon Hoogervorst. The home is from a very lovely lady and her family who started an online fabric shop not so long ago called, MondaysMilk

Rozalinde, the lady I am talking about sells some of my favorite fabrics from Japanese labels, nani IRO and Echino. But she also makes products from these fabrics. I LOVE this pillow below and the anitque pink handbag is on my wishlist for Christmas :)…………………….. more images>>>

Pillow

Marjon_bagflowers

These are just a couple of snapshots from Rozalinde her home captured by Marjon, more beautiful ones will soon be published in Dutch magazine Viva. So if you would like to see the whole house then buy the next issue of Viva NL or click here and get some more impressions over at BKids

Marjon_bedroom

..MondaysMilk

Styling by Marieke van Proosdij from Pimpelwit.

..Vorstin

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  1. Inés

    I love those blankets, the vases and that studio table. Their site is great, there are so beutiful fabrics!


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