Sunday, 20 February 2011

Sunday Morning Song



The perfect pedigree for a musician Joan Wasser crafts perfect tunes and weaves a world where quirky and bizarre are the norm...

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Edward van Vliet






Adore this furniture range by Edward van Vliet for Moroso. First shown at Milan in 2009 we love the wrapping of various fabric patterns and the unorthodox shapes. Informal furniture can be very helpful in relaxing a situation or environment. And Blossom loves a good pouf...

Sunday, 13 February 2011

Sunday Morning Song



Smooth and elegant, drifting in from Gothenburg via Ibiza and trip hopland... jj. "Moontanned and apple-cheeked"

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Need a read?

Author Yan Martel (Life of Pi) was so outraged by the Canadian government's decision to slash spending on the arts in 2007 that he decided to send the Prime Minister a book every 2 weeks with an accompanying letter, explaining it's relevance. He has recently sent the final book. Now the UK government has decided to follow Canada's lead, we wonder if anyone will be sending Messrs Cameron & Clegg a book suggestion? In the meantime we loved the idea and will be diving into the list for some helpful suggestions to improve our approach to stilness and away from busyness. Which one will you read first?...

"I know you’re very busy, Prime Minister. We’re all busy. Meditating monks in their cells are busy. That’s adult life, filled to the ceiling with things that need doing. (It seems only children and the elderly aren’t plagued by lack of time—and notice how they enjoy their books, how their lives fill their eyes.) But every person has a space next to where they sleep, whether a patch of pavement or a fine bedside table. In that space, at night, a book can glow."

Saturday, 5 February 2011

Sunday Morning Song



If you need something to ease you into this wet wintery morning, stay in bed and download the latest album from these Icelandic darlings, Seabear. Just lovely...who's going to get the morning lattes?