Dalma Devenyi and Tibor Kiss, Je Suis Belle designers collaborated with NY based photographer Márton Perlaki to create the SS14 collection, here is the result: The contradictory elements of soft silhouette dresses and bold rigid outlines come together with a subtle palette to induce European summer days and The Italian fashion of the sixties. Altogether, […]Read more, you know you want to!
You probably came across Kattuska wooden products on pinterest – beautiful, contemporary, eco friendly. Last year on Made in Hungary 2013 Kattuska presented their brand new 3 in 1 wooden toy /furniture piece, a 3 in 1 rocking horse/feeding chair/drawing table. Kattuska seems to traditionally be presenting new products during the Made in Hungary exhibition. […]Read more, you know you want to!
In a romantic mood today I decided to show you some baby hats designed by Gwen van den Eijinde. No words are necessary, just look, and feel… Each piece from this 2010 collection of baby hats is made of high quality materials and lined with cotton.Read more, you know you want to!
In light of National Umbrella Day, which is today, I have some broken umbrella wanders for you. Italian designer Cecilia Felli makes skirts from broken umbrella fabric. Taryn of Recycling Zynchal makes Umbrella dog rain coats. And here is a Broken Umbrella Bag step by step instruction video.Read more, you know you want to!
Is it a toy, a piece of furniture, a teaching device? With De Tafelwip, a see-saw table designed by a Dutch designer Marleen Jansen you must follow good table manners whether you want it or not. If you decide to leave before time…your companion will end up on the floor. Marleen is capable of combining a […]Read more, you know you want to!
“A portrait of my child(ren) once a week, every week in 2014.” P learned to ski this week… (Bandana he is wearing was made by my friend Monika from Aspen, Colorado…if you want one let me know, I will send you her contact.) See previous portraits. Also make sure to visit Practising Simplicity blog for […]Read more, you know you want to!
P totally unhappy with his drawings. He tends to get very frustrated and sad because apparently his drawing is not turning out like he sees it it his head. Any ideas how I should handle this situation? How do I help him deal with this? For more about the project check out the Practising Simplicity […]Read more, you know you want to!