Monday, November 12

Finn Style


I love FinnStyle, I have a beautiful serving tray from there, and I just about want everything on that site. I already showed O the ittala Taika dinnerware because I really love them, hint hint. Right now until 11.15.07 enjoy free shipping on any order over $100, enter ship388 checkout.





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Here is a peek at what Domino did with my beloved dishes, sweet huh.

12 comments:

  1. i too am coveting these dishes!

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  2. the details in the plates are gorgeous!

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  3. Very sweet. The berries, driftwood and coarse linen set off *your* pretty pieces so nicely.

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  4. Awesome! Thanks for the head's up.

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  5. I love the Taika dishes too, just bought a mug as a gift for a friend. And I love seeing the Domino photo, it looks so fresh. (For some reason I don't think the dishes would've been photographed like this in a Finnish mag - I like this very much.)

    About Finnish culture, I'm of course happy you see it that way! :) And maybe we should too. Just that many Finns, especially ones who've been travelling outside Europe, tend to complain how our culture lacks joy. I think it's important to see good things in my own culture and value them, though, even if I do enjoy learning about others and find them fascinating. So, it's really interesting to hear how someone not living here sees our culture.

    Ha, you thinking about doughnuts was so funny! I actually posted a comment in my own post about doughnuts but wanted to come here to ramble about Finnish culture... Maybe I should write a blog entry instead. :) Sorry about too-long comments.

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  6. i've seen these and have been lusting after them ever since. lovely!

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  7. love that decanter. and the design on the plates are byoot too.

    miss ya chick.

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  8. i love the awesome table setting.

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  9. Thanks for the mention... we're glad you like everything. The Taika line has been really popular. You can see other works by the artist, Klaus Haapaniemi, at his website: http://www.klaush.com/main.html

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