my white room


i never saw a moor—
i never saw the sea—
yet know i how the heather looks
and what a billow be.

e.d.



6/6/12

i`ll never get tired of making houses, and
this is another one inspired by landscapes
and mossy roofs of faroe islands. 









little jasmine twig was left on the bush from last year
like a fragile sculpture, honeycombs in wooden piece 
vases for all my little things - litttle stamp with it`s 
scent in my notebook, dear xenia







and i made something with these tiny pine`s pitch
here they are laying on the handkerchief karina gave
me now become my favorite cloth always on my table








ana,
thank you so much for 
making this interview ,
i feel so good to be a
part of your blog.



10 comments:

  1. It's a great interview! Congratulations!

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  2. lovely houses
    like you I never get
    tired of houses
    and
    great interview!

    love
    Patrice A.

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  3. little house is lovely!
    i am heading to ana's blog & read your interview!

    xx

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  4. What a wonderful interview! Congrats. I'm in love with your wonderful little houses. <3

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  5. Thes little houses are so lovely!I read your interview!Thankx for sharing your work and inspirations with us!
    A little something is on it's way to your mailbox...
    Warmly
    Your friend
    Nora

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    1. nora,
      thank you so much,
      i will be waiting
      )

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  6. beautiful houses, so magical!
    I love houses, too, yours are really really lovely!
    x Stefanie - going to read the interview now

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  7. thank you all,
    for reading and coming
    here
    )

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  8. So happy that my little handkerchief I send you is your favorite.

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  9. such a beautiful little house.

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warmly,
olga.




olga