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some things I liked this week…

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this house in the Netherlands

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this fantastic modular bed by jaell und tofta found via handmade charlotte

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this puzzle car rug by youlka design found via Little Lovely

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Beds

these baby beds in a daycare centre in the NetherlandsKindergarden

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and more from this same house in the Netherlands, photographed by Marjon Hoogervorst for 101-woonideeen

Thank you Amanda and Tiffany helping me with posting this week. I'm still unpacking my boxes, solving all sorts of home-problems with air co, electricity etc but slowly we are getting there and it begins to feel a bit more like home! Next week I will tell and show you a bit more about the move to our new house and talk about Lode first week at the BIG school. Hope to see you next week! xoxo irene

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