It's been a while since I dedicated in twine, no shortage of muses I can tell you but I had a spark!
Can you pick whom?
This hand dyed Macramé Wall Hanging has been inspired by
Tove @ Stuff that makes my heart beat faster
The Black twine, cooper olives and vintage wooden beads are the perfect combination to visually describe the lovely Norwegian Architect, Mother and total Mid Century Retro lover, Tove!
I choose black because it's bold and a design classic- as is Tove's furniture collection, two words 'string shelf'!!!
The hanging needed 'bling', only copper would do!
The wooden beads are a given....have you seen the teak kitchen??
The pattern is strong and balanced with a twist in the bottom fringe to hark back to her Architecture background.
The neutral palette is also Tove's choice in home decor too but she's a nature girl as well!
Lovely house plants and posts on her home town will show you that!
The selection of pottery, are reminiscent of her well curated collection!
She loves WG too, so that makes her a good egg!
Tove came across my blog, some time ago!
It is usually the other way round but I call it fate really, as a visit to her blog, is the stuff of dreams!
Her impeccable taste in pottery, furniture and kitchens have me drooling!
Tove, your blog and yourself are just lovely and I can speak for many of us when I say 'it has been pure joy getting to know you' and thankyou so much for your support of my knotty adventures!
I dedicate this macrame to you and your blog! xx
Ps : If you need a refresher on the B.D.D blog posts, see here :)