Home inspiration: pom poms

Hejsan! Anyone who saw my post on Friday will know that I'm currently on a fly-by tour of Asia. OK it's for work, but I've still absolutely loved my past couple of days in Tokyo. The city is beyond belief and I simply can't believe how stylish and graceful all the women are. I feel a little like the incredible hulk in comparison! I thought about creating a Japanese inspired post today but sadly I don't have the time so I thought I'd have an Asia inspired week next week (including a small give-away of something I picked up in Tokyo! Ooooo!). Instead I'm going to cheat a little and publish a post about pom poms I made last week (hope you dont mind but they are rather lovely...). I absolutely love pom poms right now and they're popping up everywhere in the home.....

Pinterest (sorry!!! can anyone help?)

Via Covet Garden

Bodie and Fou
Weekday Carnival
What do you reckon? Are you a pom pom gal/boy?! If you're feeling crafty you can make your own ones here. Of for the more, um, time deprived?! you can buy beautiful ones on Etsy here.

I'll be back again on Wednesday so sit tight and have a lovely couple of days!


  1. Definitely a pom pom gal, have a look at my kitchen! :)

    Trevlig fortsatt resa!

  2. Love pom poms too- especially like to see them bunched up as in the nursery you picture here. Glad to hear you are enjoying your time in Asia.

  3. Love pom poms too- especially like to see them bunched up as in the nursery you picture here. Glad to hear you are enjoying your time in Asia.

  4. Love them! And all the images you've chosen too. Looking forward to your Asia week :)

  5. I didn't know I was a pom pom girl, but I just realized I am! I love these! Great post! And enjoy the trip! Love Caroline

  6. Hi, great post, love pom poms! Are you looking for photo credits for your second image? I've seen it with this info: Photo by Sofia Jansson for Eco Wallpaper.

  7. Love pom poms! The nursery is so cute! Enjoy the rest of your trip :)

  8. The second image is from Mokkasin.


  9. Looks so lovely but I can imagine myself cleaning those pom poms with vacuum cleaner for ages ... :(

  10. I love Pom Poms and think they are such a cheap and effective way to decorate. I made a heap for my daughters first birthday and hung them from the ceiling over the dining table. They stayed there for a good 6 weeks as they made the room so cheery. I've since moved them though and now have half in my one year olds room and the other half in my 4 year olds room. I think they look so pretty.

  11. ola amiga não falo nem ingles nem escandinavo por favor traduza ok ,,adoro seu blog parabéns


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