A little bit of Tunisia, at home

Even though our trip were focused and devoted solely to work we managed to bring some Tunisian treasures home. Kelim, wool and other textile pearls. They mix good here. It’s nice to be home.
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Can’t wait to tell you more about the project Anna and I will work with as a result of our trip. It will be a lot of juggling in the nearest future, I can tell you that much. But of course I will tell more about it very soon.

Artist Norbert Schwontkowski, via Mieke Willems.

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8 Responses to A little bit of Tunisia, at home

  1. Mimmi says:

    You have such a lovely home. And yes the textile treasures blend very good with the context. I’ve enjoyed to follow your trip to Tunisia from here, and I’m very curious about the outcome :)

  2. Marguerite K says:

    Really nice home!
    i can’t wait to see your project with Anna.

  3. I love that chair cushion!

  4. Zane says:

    beautiful interior

  5. what beautiful treasures you brought home! love the look of the bed throw in otto’s new room.

  6. Jill says:

    I love that bed cover! Did you make it or buy it?
    Your home is so lovely. The way you arranged your artwork is great.

    Sometimes I think the best part of travel is coming home.
    I love your blog. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Elisabeth says:

    Dear Jill, thank you for warming words. The bed spread is from Tunisia. It’s made from the traditional Tunisian Fouta. An absolutely wonderful piece of textile. This one made in cotton.

  8. alessandra says:

    Those kelims are just perfect for your home. Love your wall in the living room. Very curious about your new project :)
    have a nice Sunday.

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