The Minister Cafe in Poland is based on the concept of the brand Minister Beer. The entire concept of the cafe is a combination of the visual identification of the brand and the interior of the cafe. Which they did very well. We really like the combination of concrete, wood and the soft grey fabrics. The wooden floor makes it a bit more rustic.
So, going to Poland, visit the Minister Cafe for a cup of coffee.. or beer :)
via Branding Served
julia kostreva give away
Do you already know the work from Julia Kostreva?
We are happy to announce that we are able to give away 3 great oversize black and white prints. Which one? You get to choose your favorite: Stay Foolish, Free Admission, 2015, Night Flowers or Keep Going.
What do you have to do to win this poster?
- Like Julia Kostreva on Facebook here.
- Tell us in a comment which poster you would like to win and why.
We will announce the winner next week on the blog and on our Facebook page.
Good luck! xoxo April and May & Julia Kostreva
How pretty are these pieces of furniture?
moosedesign | handmade bags
When you need a lot of things to carry these bags will do the perfect job and look great too.
This Melbourne apartment you'll find beautiful materials, smart space solutions and a young home feeling. The soft colors, the use of wood and that amazing bathroom (!) are all perfectly combined. And we love the subtile use of the plants in the rooms.
Desgined by Clare Cousins Architects
Photography Lisbeth Grosmann
find all the images at Yellowtrace
not only white
NotOnlyWhite is a Dutch design brand founded in 2010 by Marike Andeweg. A beautiful collection of bathroom products that can be recognized by it's clean lines and pure and simplistic look.
Just a few weeks ago they created some inspiring new images for the NOW collection and we love to see some or our products used in the images. Some of the great products of Herbivore Botanical and our little knitted sheep, all available in our shop.
We are in love with the great aesthetics of NotOnlyWhite and hope you are inspired by this great Dutch brand.
Images by Moni van Bruggen | Styling by Stefanie Maas
Weekend comfort food. Black spaghetti, because it's so pretty and it taste good, with mushrooms and parmesan cheese. It's one of my favorite 'quick & easy' dishes. And it will always look delicious on any plate or bowl.
Have a great comfy, warm weekend!
You can find the recipe here
Photography by Nicky&Max
We are in love with the office of the Beck Sonder Gaard team. The simplicity, the old and the new, the soft and nude pastel colors with an industrial touch. They did a great job.
And don't you just love to see how the colors old Eames chairs fit perfectly in this mix?
Photography by Heidi Lerkenfeldt
We have followed Coisa now for a while and are happy they have become our newest blogfriend.
Coisa is a Dutch brand with multifunctional scarves. Timeless pieces that are both functional, beautiful and from high quality. The love for design and beautiful fabrics made owner Kim van der Wel decide to start this unique label.
It all started in 2012 with the Coisa Original, a scarve, poncho, cape and cardigan in one. But we also love the Coisa square, an oversized square scarve made from the finest cotton and a bit of cashmere. Can you imagine how this feels on your skin?
The Coisa items are not only great for the summer but also for the colder moments ahead of us so you can enjoy it endlessly. Enjoy your Coisa! And if you order now you will get this great bag for free.
Weekends are for sleeping late or.. getting out of bed early to make a delicious breakfast. We found a blog where you can find the most tasty ideas for a good weekend breakfast. So if you are looking for a sweet or more heavy breakfast, you can find them here.
So.. what are you eating this weekend? xoxo
recipes at Lily - Aamupalalla