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November 19, 2014 0

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Wednesday is hump day is half way to weekend is a day to treat yourself – this is the sort of weird sequence of thoughts I have on hump days. You know, little treats motivate you to tackle the remaining half of the working week and then indulge in a relaxing weekend. Now I admit, some might say, ok, get yourself some chocolates, buy yourself a jumper, a pair of new shoes or a a nice book. But hey, I am who I am and I love to buy things for the home. And this week’s recommendations could all go right into my virtual basket. Is there a treat for you too? Today we’ve got fresh on offer the following goodies:

1. Hand made porcelain vessels by British designer Rhian Malin via Cavaliero Finn
2. Surprise (design) gift box for yourself or a beloved person (perfect in time for 
    Christmas) by Not Another Bill
3. Roxy arm chair with ethnic pattern via Onefortythree
4. Undercover blanket via Starling Store
5. Crescent cup/planter via Nasty Gal
6. Cactus tote bag via Leif Shop

Now hump day looks all better, right? Have a happy one!

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  • Reply Petra K. November 19, 2014 at 14:30

    WOW!
    Solch wunderschöne Dinge so toll, mein Wunschzettel wird gerade immer länger ;o)
    Liebste Grüße Petra

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 19, 2014 at 17:28

      Du bist nicht alleine, Petra:-)) Mein Wunschzettel ist auch schon ganz schön lang!

  • Reply Lisa Hjalt November 19, 2014 at 22:34

    you’re killing me with these porcelain vessels, killing me!

    PS. Loved yesterday’s room that caught your eye.

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 19, 2014 at 23:09

      Make two victims out of that – I love the vessels, they are fabulous! Have a fab remaining week my friend!

  • Reply emma willson November 24, 2014 at 11:51

    Very nice tips! Thanks for share, I really love furniture and interior decor but I am not too familiarize with the materials I need to choose.Thank you very much for the info.
    Outdoor Timber Furniture

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