Time flies by so fast! It's almost a new year already! Hope you all had a lovely Christmas! I definitely did! I've been so busy lately, I couldn't find any time to post anything! I've been restyling some parts of my house again so there will be some new interior photos coming up!
Meanwhile I will try to post some more..
Here are some polaroids from a styling job from a long time ago for Dujour magazine, photographed by the talented Fiona Ruhe.
Last week I did a guest post for the amazing blog 'The Drifter and the Gypsy'. When Michaela asked me for this I thought that was the perfect excuse for me to start baking again. I'm planning to throw a Christmas high-tea party for my friends so I used this occasion to experiment with some cookies and some different table settings. I combined vintage cups and wooden plates and some purple details. I hope my friends will like it!
I think I can fill a whole blog with photos from this place. I posted about it a few times now (here and here) but there's so much to see there, I could go on forever! So there's more to come.. For now here are some photos from Puces de Saint Ouen again!
I've been on a cookie/ tart diet lately. I just can't stop baking! Every excuse I can find I use to bake something.. It feels like some sort of therapy for me, I just love it! :) I will show you the results of this baking session later this week! Hope you all had a lovely weekend!
One street you cannot forget to visit in Paris is Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe. There are some great stationery boutiques there including the beautiful 'Melodies Graphiques". The walls are covered with envelopes which instantly makes you want to write a long letter to tyour loved ones! Paper, envelopes, writing materials, stamps, this shop sells it all and every single piece looks beautiful.
The last photo is from Papier +, a more modern stationery boutique but gorgeous as well!
I just wish I would have my own little shop in Paris some day...