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Flexa ‘The Heart Wood Home’

The Heart Wood Home Color Palette from Flexa

FLEXA COLOR OF THE YEAR 2018 IS HEART WOOD AKA #DuluxCF18 this is one of the color palettes that incorporate and compliment ‘heart wood’ THE HEART WOOD HOME Autumn is arriving and that means home + design expos! Not only that, but the shops here in The Netherlands start promoting the newest trends and goodies for the home & garden. We will be going to the vt wonen&design beurs in Amsterdam. It’s an annual expo that we attend every year. For…

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FLEXA COLOURFUTURES + #VTWDBEURS

FLEXA COLOURFUTURES + #VTWDBEURS Hello =) If you’ve visited lately you might of seen my previous posts from our trip to the 2016 vtwonen + design beurs. Continuing with the series of posts, today I want to share some of the photo’s from the Flexa house at the design expo and soon I’ll tell you a bit about the press event I attended from Flexa. The press event began at 16:30 and I arrived earlier so I could stroll around…

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FOOD + COLOUR CRUSH. FRENCH MACARONS

FOOD + COLOUR CRUSH. FRENCH MACARONS LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. They’re cute, taste good and make me smile. French Macarons brighten my day and they are for sure my biggest food crush. The mini cake stand in the photographs was a D.I.Y. project I made for the HEMA Academy Posts category on the Dutch warehouse Hema’s blog. The project was do it yourself hangers for on the wall. I had one left over and use it now for a cake stand…

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how to dye your easter eggs using natural coloring

How to dye your Easter eggs using natural coloring. Decorating eggs for Easter can be so much fun. There are so many ways to go about it. Traditionally coloring them in dye in bright colors remains the most popular techniques. Some people really get creative with illustrations, adding hats and drawing faces. We’ve even used nail polish to get a marble look. For the botanical dessert table which I worked on together with Cierra (Bloesem Photography) we decorated eggs with…

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