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Whistles and Barbour

339-3001025-LWO0133BK11_BLACKEQUESTRIANPRINT_ALT010_fotorcoats The chilly weather has brought out so many cute coats on the streets, and even though I bought one last season that I am still so fond of I can’t help but look around at this seasons warmies. I like the top one since it’s long and looks toasty warm, but the second one is my favourite – the cape cut is so damn pretty!! They’re from Whistles and Barbour xx

dreaming away in gold and silver tonight

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Gold Prints from Pitfield London. Vases from Villeroy and Boch. Apple from D.L. & CO. Factory Money Box and Golden Bowls from Tom Dixon. Fruit Holders and Pinch Vase from Allesi. Piggy Bank and Candlesticks from Vera Wang @ wedgewood. Lantern from Culinary Concepts. Wall Decoration Words from Umbra. All images from Selfridges

I have been spending the night looking around at fun interiors. I feel it is a great break from the studies. My favourite is the apple up in the right corner which I thought was a jewellery box at first, but it turned out to be a candle in it. Either way, I wouldn’t mind it. Have a sweet night! xx

candles from fornasetti

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What do we like better than candles when the dark season surrounds us? Once again I have been falling for Fornasetti. Just like their fun wall plates (that I posted a while ago) these ones are full of humour and playfulness as well. Some of them are not scented while some of them are. Among others they can fill the room with orris, cedarwood, thyme, lavender and floral aroma. They don’t fit a student’s budget but they are still worth dreaming about. Images from Selfridges. xx

on our white walls

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On the empty white walls in our apartment I would LOVE to have these very neat wall plates from Fornasetti. They are £125 each so they are not student friendly unfortunately, but what are day dreaming for!? The Italian artist, Piero Fornasetti, who made them, was inspired by a women he found in an old French magazine. He started off with a collection of six, but today there are 350 different variations of them. I love the humor! Images from Selfridges! xx

missoni cushions

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I did a little research on the Italian brand Missoni and found these really cool cushions!! I love both the colors and the patterns. How great would the flowery one, just above this text, fit in a summer cottage. I like how they all stand out so much, all of them very unique! These cost between £175-385 each, but you can find more variations of them here! All images from Selfridges. xx

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