Inspired by japanese bento's, Ozzy made this lunch today:) (with a little help from me of course:) Cheese and ham in different shapes and hello kitty and bear onigiri (rice balls) and eggs molded as a fish and a car. Luckily mummy had some bento equipment lying around..:)
I like the ethnic trend in small doses, like pillows:) There so many new ethnic inspired pillows around, but when I see these gorgeous vintage woven fabric my heart drops. I love vintage fabric and their colors and texture. I could easily buy both of these pillows (and I might just do so:), but the vintage one is soooooo much prettier to me. But that's just me:) I'm a sucker for vintage and handmade things. And nothing is like original stuff:) The things in my home that I like the most and don't get tired of are the vintage stuff. I tend to replace the new things more often than the vintage or old things. Do you get more attached to old/second hand/vintage stuff than new stuff? I do! But don't get me wrong I like new stuff to:) A mix of of new and old is the best, I guess:)
Sjekk ut programmet Nordisk design på NRK2 i kveld kl.21.30.
Redaksjonen bak Nasjonalgalleriet har sammen med kolleger fra svensk og
dansk fjernsyn laget denne serien på åtte episoder hvor vi går gjennom
det nordiske hjemmet rom for rom. Hvorfor ser våre hjem ut som de gjør,
og hvem er designerne som har skapt det typisk nordiske? Vi får historien bak våre mest kjente designobjekter, og vi får se hva
unge nordiske designere jobber med for å føre nordisk design videre.
Seriens ekspertpanel består av f.v. Li Pamp (Sverige), Benedicte Sunde(Norge)og Mads Arlien-Søborg(Danmark).
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My old kimono pillows has been totally worn out, so it's time for some new ones. This one I LOVE!! This pillow is also made of vintage kimono fabric but not by me this time. I found this one on Habitation Boheme. I love the pattern and color. I love all kinds of red colors. At the moment I'm into corals and rusty colors. Love love!!:)
I`m Hanne and I live in Oslo with my daughter Ozzy and my husband. I love art, design, Japan, interior and good food. "Babyramen" is what I called my favorite snack as a child. This was my currency:) This blog is a mixture of everything I love and adore. Welcome to my blog!