Blue and White
At the end of the 17th century there was a great craze for tulips in Holland. To cater for this, the ingenious potters at Delft, particularly the 'Greek A' factory, produced huge pyramids of stacking flower holders. Normally sold in pairs, they were highly decorative additions to palaces and country houses, with or without their flowers. They were particularly popular in England in the circle of courtiers around King William III of Orange.
Flower pyramid | 'Greek A' factory | V&A Search the Collections
blue ikat sofa
how do i love thee
Designer Crush: Mark D. Sikes
Simply Smitten by Kristin Kerr
Urban Folklor Poster --- This intricately illustrated poster was created by Hungary-based designer Boglárka Nádi for the Urban Folklor poster competition.
1920's Beverly Hills home by Interior Designer Thomas Beeton
Fun blue and white with pagoda canopies.
Lake House Furniture Collection, Higgins Cupboard
Cottage Home | Lake House Furniture
~Jacky Mazel in blue velvet dress with off-shoulder neckline wrapped in luxurious white mink, by Jacques Fath, photo by Guy Arsac, 1956~
Porcelain on Metal To The Trains Sign | Getting Graphic | One Kings Lane