little red stuga are Kasper Medin + Ulrika E. Engberg and they have designed a wonderful pouf called Kebnekaise after the highest mountain in Sweden, 2104 meter and is situated in the north of Sweden ... and now every child can climb it in the living-room! The details of the print are so beautiful and I would love to see this one in our livingroom ... if you buy the pouf now you get the Krakatoa poster, illustrated by Elisabeth Dunker for free ... I'm the lucky girl who already has that one hanging in her house ...
Yesterday I mentioned Nell in a post on Bloesem. Nell is a collection of clothes, accessories, home wares and baby wear ! This Sydney based shop was founded in 2004 by French-born designer Emmanuelle Flahault. Playing with fabrics and colours has occupied her since she was a child, when she used to amuse herself in her grandmother’s wardrobe and disappear into the attic, sifting through for inspirational things. I love the animal pillows!
TAS-KA...they've done it again!! Design studio Tas-ka, a Dutch company by Jantien Baas en Hester Worst, showed their newest collection last weekend during the Kleine Fabriek in Amsterdam. The prints and illustrations on their new fabrics are stunning...wow...I love these new products! Tas-ka clearly has been inspired by the 'house-trend' in blogland lately. Congratulations , girls!
Reuber Henning...Franziska Henning and Thorsten Reuber from germany are the designers of these incredible rugs. Thir goal is to create rugs that belong to people, with the very best quality, to create a special atmosphere a whole life long...the rugs are made in a small manufacture in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley according to age-old Tibetan traditions. Here, the people who spin, dye, knot and wash the rugs work closely together in a family-type group. The rugs are knotted from fine Himalaya wool and chinese silk following ancient Tibetan handicraft traditions.