Showing posts with label wood. Show all posts
Showing posts with label wood. Show all posts

Monday, April 7, 2014

the hallway table

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The hallway table.

As in all other places in the house, the composition of the hallway table changes regularly; a lamp, a vase, plates, prints or painting on the wall... (a large basket under the table with scarves and gloves for all family members during winter)

However, the yellow basket is always on the table and everybody throws in his or her keys, when entering the house.

Monday, March 24, 2014


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We have been working on the woodwork part of wood & wool stool.

Making stool legs from scrap wood planks.
I love treasure hunting between the colored wood in our shed and sometimes even hit upon a rockstar.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

loads of sunlight


Loads of sunshine lately.

It feels so good with all the light inside and I'm madly in love with that bench!

Sunday, March 9, 2014

airy appearance

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Ever since I saw the half blue Ercol love seat at Anthropologie, I'm in love with that wooden design bench!
They are quite pricey new and a vintage bench is hard to find, or priceless.
This remake of the wooden sixties bench is such a wonderful and affordable alternative.
I love it!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

[ik hou jou] postcard

[ik hou jou] postcard

Ahoy sailor!

My new [ik hou jou] postcard needs a small explanation for the non-Dutch speakers;
[ik hou van jou] is the Dutch way to say [i love you]
By leaving out the word [van], it means [i keep you]

Such a super sweet card in the rack!

Wednesday, January 29, 2014



Spoons in the kitchen, the R E D makes it again.

You can still join the G I V E A W A Y and thanks for all the sweet wishes for Minne's birtday yesterday...

Friday, January 24, 2014

the red makes it


Our kitchen, this Friday morning.

The kitchen is actually very basic, white and bright. The red makes it...(without dominating)

I love this place!

Saturday, May 18, 2013

wood & white

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This week we suddenly had a few hours of sunshine in the garden.
I dropped everything and quit what I was working on to go outside and enjoy this moment in the garden. With the sun around the garden looks so summery.
The whites get even whiter and the shadows are stunning. The shadylace parasol remained closed, nonetheless the tiny basket made a nice 'shady lace' effect on the fence.

PS: Can we get back the sunshine, please?!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

harlequin love

harlequin love

Hours of work, however my newest harlequin pillow is stunning. I'm in love...

[oblong xl harlequin pillow size 40 x 70 cm]

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

do sit down

do sit down by wood & wool stool
do sit down, a photo by wood & wool stool on Flickr.

Once this old chair was green.
After a long time in the garden, the paint was peeling off.
For the time being the seat is unpainted, slightly sanded and stamped.
Until we have figured a new color...

Meanwhile, this is the status of the oblong pillow project.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

annual wood & wool review

From a wood & big wool stool in January to the traditional tree in December.

I thoroughly enjoyed the wood & wool work and have lots of inspiration for 2013!

Monday, December 10, 2012

we flock together

we flock together by wood & wool stool
we flock together, a photo by wood & wool stool on Flickr.

Christmas countdown has begun!
Only 2 weeks until Christmas Eve, so let's proceed with the x-mas decorations at home.
Time to unpack the hand painted wooden feather tags (by The Great Lakes Goods). We scored them at Anthropologie in London.

This morning I've also hung the colored lights in the tree in the front yard.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

work in progress

work in progress by wood & wool stool
work in progress, a photo by wood & wool stool on Flickr.

The wood share of the stool,
gets for some reason less attention than the wool share.

Today's the turn of the tough wood work!