Monthly Archives: April 2012

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Palette- Fresh pastel

I am a great lover of pastel, but it should not be too saccharine. This image has enough oomph, to be gentle to eyes anyway! Beautiful!
Credits image: Blog Caroline Gomez

I am a big fan of pastel colours, but not to sweet please. This image shows enough power, but is also soft and sweet at the same time. Pretty, right?
Credits image: Blog Caroline Gomez

Webshoptip; Caroline Gomez

Beautiful in its simplicity, that the furniture Caroline Gomez. It describes its products as naturelle and slow design. She also has a blog!

Beautiful in it’s simplicity, that’s what the furniture of Caroline Gomez is like. She describes the products as natural and slow design. She also has a blog!

Wonderful cut art

I'm a big fan of decoupage. And recently I came across this blog from, The art of papercuts! Wonderful, a website full cut art. The site also lists other artists.

The works of Elsita are also sold on Etsy in its Etsy shop!


I am a big fan of paper cutting. And so I run into this blog, The art of papercuts. Beautiful, a website full of papercut art. Elsita also sells her work at her Etsy Shop.

Palette – All colors of the rainbow

A party on your plate. This wonderful food in the colors of the rainbow! Found on Cherries.

A little party on a plate, this food in the colours of the rainbow. Credits Cherries.

Hotspot; Pantone Hotel

Pantone is the famous company known for its color coding. And now they even have a private boutique hotel in Brussels (Belgium). The hotel was designed by architect and interior designer Michel Oliver Hannaert Penneman.

The hotel runs it course all about color and design. Because put next to the famous Pantone color fans have much more on the market. For example mugs, baubles, decoration, iPhone covers, chairs and vases. A private place to present all this beauty could therefore not be left behind.

Here are some interior photos. A night out? Book here!

Pantone is the famous company known for its colour coding. And now they even have their own boutique hotel in Brussels (Belgium). The hotel was designed by architect Hannaert Penneman and interior designer Michel Oliver.

In the hotel it is al about to colour and design. Because besides the famous Pantone colour guides they have many more products already for sale. For example mugs, ornaments, decorations, iPhone covers, chairs and vases. A spot for all this beautiful present, therefore, could not stay behind.

Here are some interior photos. Want to go there? Book here!