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A multi functional tree house

A multi functional tree house

I am fascinated by all tree houses …and why you ask? I am not sure because as some of you know I am not a romantic type of person …  A few years ago I found on the Internet a possibility to stay in a…

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A short break

A short break

Isn’t it lovely this gorgeous hot weather? After all the cold and way too much rain I am not going to complain when it is 32 degrees in the shade. I just sort of took it easy in the weekend and even went swimming during…

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Contemporary Japanese housewares

Contemporary Japanese housewares

It’s always a pleasure to discover a beautiful online store! “Analogue Life focuses primarily on contemporary Japanese housewares. Whether mass produced, or handmade by artisans or craftsman, the emphasis is on simplicity , functionality and plain old good design.” Beautiful pieces from Japanese shop, Analogue…

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Toadstool

Toadstool

The porter’s pavilion at the entrance to Guell Park in Barcelona, Spain. A typical fun design by Antoni Gaudi, with a toadstool cap on the roof and lots of coloured tiles and rough stone. Japanse textile artist  Tiny Toadstool inspired by… The Tendo Mushroom Stool…

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