All right, I’m officially getting excited and antsy about finally going home again soon. So, I’m checking out my favorite German shopping websites. Maybe there are one or two things that are small enough to be able to fit into my suitcase. I thought I’d share some of them with you.
Of course if you are German, you’ll know them already. Or if you have been following me on pinterest you noticed some German pins here and there.
A lot of my friends and strangers approach me about my clothes and furniture to find out where I got them, so I thought this might be interesting to you.
I first tried to make one post but then I noticed that it would get way too long so I’ll make two or three posts out of it. I hope you don’t mind. I just like way too many things.
“DaWanda” (German version of Etsy)
Aren’t this tile stickers by Boubouki great? Instead of removing boring plain tile you can just put stickers on them! They have a huge selection!
These are some of my favorites:
I found something similar on Amazon which is really cool but not quite the same:
|It’s so intricate. Can you believe this is folded paper?|
|This foldable “Oak of the Fairires” is beyond amazing.|
|Franziska Bernhardt-Wolf (Petit Oiseau Productdesign)|
Intricately cut tea light holders. I have one already of my favorite town Würzburg and the shadows are beautiful with the paper around it.
|by “13 gramm”|
|by “Steinbach Keramik”|
|by “Paula Zobel”|