Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Button Wednesday : Pillow IV



It is Wednesday again, so it's BUTTON DAY on my blog !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It would be great if you could do the same; make your Wednesday a button day too. Have you seen a lovely, beautiful, stunning, crazy button or button-related thingy, or did you make something with a button / buttons, or did you even make buttons yourself, blog about it on your blog on Wednesday, and give the link here in the comments.


Part 4 of the Button Pillow story is about natural looking pillows with only a few buttons, a bit of "minimalism" :) I start with this minimalistic button cushion from ferm living. I like the simple colour trick with the 4 buttons.



This next pillow breathes a minimalistic industrial mood, and it is from a company called Industry, selling vintage and upcycled items from all over the world.


I totally love this quirky minimalistic design of Pieces of You. This cushion forms part of the "Lost and Found'" range; all the buttons have been lost and found, and it is made from unloved textiles for you to love !


This Chocolate Button Pillow is also made from vintage materials (buttons, linen and the back is made of fabrics like Liberty and Designers Guild) and it is from The Baobab Tree. Very yummie !


This button pillow by The Painted Chest looks like a beach pillow with all its mother of pearl buttons if various forms; very pretty !


Also very natural is this Button Pillow Brushwood from Etsy's PatsyDesigns. The pillow is made of a mix of vintage and newer buttons in woodsy greens on a soft green misty Dupioni silk.


And because it is officially spring now, and Easter will coming soon, this pillow story ends with the Easter bunny. It's made by skinny laminx, and it is über-cute !

5 comments:

zsazsazsu said...

to me they are all über-cute !!!
Great finds again !

Dina Fragola said...

I think I like the first one best...but nice selection again!

DemyBlackDesign said...

So funny and amazing finds!!!!! Thanks for sharing!

karuski said...

Very creative and fun!
I have something button related too:
http://karuski-blog.blogspot.com/2011/03/button-love.html

ps. Your postcard is featured over Handmade Europe today

xx
minna

Marion Pannekoek said...

Nice post Petronella, I like the first 2 the best! Thanks for the links.