I hope you all enjoyed the Easter break, and didn't eat too much chocolate!!!
I have been thinking abot blogging quite a lot recently, taking stock of all the changes that have taken place online over the past five years and trying to decide where I want to go with it all in the future. It's interesting and exciting, don't you think?
I still love blogging as much as I did when I first started back in 2009, but I must admit that pinterest and tumblr are wonderful too! Each platform is different, allowing me to share different things with different audiences around the world. They're all complementary though.
I love to mix and match, to collect and curate, reveal the unexpected.
I love Wednesdays! A lot of French children don't have school (the last year for us), so we get a mini-break halfway through the week with a long lie-in, breakfast outside on our sunny balcony and PJs until lunch time.
La vie est belle - oh yeah!
Wednesday's also the day I get to curate a moodboard featuring some of my recent favourite finds. Visual poetry and sunshine - a happy combination!
I hope you enjoy this small selection from my tumblr.
If you follow me on pinterest (gosh over 128,000 of you do, that's amazing, thank you!) you'll have gathered that I love interior design and art. After almost 5 years online, I think I'm still often associated with vintage toy designs, understandably so, but my closer friends and loyal K&C followers also know that I love fashion, colour, patterns and textures, ... the list is long!
The online landscape has changed so much over the past 5 years, hasn't it? I admit that I now only read only a handful of very special blogs on a daily basis. Some are absolute favourites, authored by virtual kindred spirits, others entice me, surprise me, grow on me.
I see hundreds of images everyday online but when I visit Annie Cruse's blog Stylejuicer, it always feels so fresh, crisp and new. Just what my e-doctor ordered - bliss! Whether sharing healthy recipes, curating a moodboard or writing about modern or vintage homes, Anne has a knack of making me see things in a different light. It's relaxing, inspiring, une valeur sûre.