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Interior photography by Bieke Claessens

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I have seen this image above cirviling around the net for some time now but only until today I discovered the photographer. Her name is Bieke Claessens and she is from Belgium. Her portfolio is true inspiration for us looking for interior tips and ideas ... enjoy and do let me know which picture you like best!

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.. Bieke Claessens' other portfolio's Gardenslifestyleportraits and architecture.

 

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A world of DIY ideas with Femke Pastijn

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Stylist Femke Pastijn has a huge talent for styling and coming up with very simple and creative DIY ideas for the home. Taking forward the neon trend she thought of a solution for both hanging your tea towels to dry and covering your windows in a unique way. The wall hook made using a ruler and some spools are fun and very decorative for every sewing room. (All published in Dutch magazine 101-woonideeen)

I'm sure you will enjoy browsing Femke her website ... so much eye-candy and not only DIY ideas, the houses she has styled for various photo-shoots are very nice to see. I would really consider calling her for adding some spice and ideas to my home too. Her contact details are right here.  

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Images in the collage above are from a home in the Netherlands that Femke styled and were taken by Dutch photographer Jeltje Janmaat for again 101-woonideeen

 

.. Femke Pastijn

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An apartment in Amsterdam

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The photography style of Anne Dokter really appeals to me and her series of an apartment in Amsterdam shows you exactly why. Of course it does help when a place like this is so inspirational and has a color palette that is almost unreal ... 

Which color pallete from all these images is your favorite? I am in love with the warm orange-reds in the sixth picture below. But the blue combined with golden brown is perfect too.  

A previous series I shared here on Bloesem from Anne is her visit to the house of the artist behind Japanese label minä perhonen.

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 .. Photography by Anne Dokter

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Candy ♥

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Just one smashing image by Imke Klee to finnish the week with. What are your plans for the weekend? I'm super excited to have my very first letterpress workshop tomorrow at The Gentleman's Press right here in Singapore. Hopefully I can share with you some results next week. Will definitely update you via my instagram.

If you haven't had time to stop by here are some quick links to my favorite posts from last week:



Happy Weekend! ~Irene
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Studio Oink

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Germany based studio oink are Lea Korzeczek and Matthias Hiller. Interior and product design is what they do and have become a FAN!

This apartment in Wiesbaden gives such a good feel and helps me with decorating tips for my own home. 

Three products so far by studio oink that you can buy either at etsy or dawanda ... eigenheimthe Lumiere or golden party animals... you like them?

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ps. I'm sharing the kids room over at BKids today.

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Flowers are the Trend

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We all know 'Flowers' are the trend!

Slowly we are moving away from the geometric patterns and moving forward to more romantic shapes and forms. Although I LOVE everything geometric I do feel the triangles and harlequin patterns may stop ...  So I fully embrace all things flowers ... and especially if it's done so interesting and inspiring as these kaleidoscope idea by stylist Amanda Rodriguez from Australia and photographer Eric Hagman.

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I discovered Amanda her work over at Est Magazine (image above by Elin Stromberg) where my eyes where drawn to the 'Hello Yellow' series. 

Flower images by Eric Hagman.

 

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