Those cushions are gorgeous! And the granny squares? They are so cute.
Japanese + Vintage = way too much love to handle on a Sunday!! Hehehe. So inspirational, thanks Lily!! If I could redecorate my room any way I want, this will definitely be some inspiration!!!!
what gorgeous photos! love the little wallpapered boxes on the wall. too pretty.
Oh, dreamy! Did you end up going to Japan, Liss? I'm pretty sure you were going a few weeks before me, but we had to cancel our trip because of the tsunami ... such a shame *sigh*.Kelly xo Elegantly Academic
@Elegantly Academic ~ no I cancelled my trip too. I do hope to rebook for next year though.
nice!my blog:vint@ge by Maria Sole Tattiniand my Fb page;)
Amazing stuff! Especially the boxes-shelves!! I think I've visited this site before when browsing Syrup but hadn't noticed all these things!!
The Japanese just get it right every time!
just lovely! thanks to show!!
she looks sooo comfy and dreamy with all those pillows :)thea.xx(spoonfulzine)
I would have never guessed it was a Japanese brand ! very cute :)
the little box with the spoons is just adorable... and a great idea for me as my spoon collection is growing out of control!
Ah, I've heard of Syrup~. :D Mori-girl fashion is so lovely~.
ah, i love that grannie square blanket. so colorful and lovely...
I love the simplicity of everything! The shadowboxes are really pretty!Jennelise
What a lovely store! It's like Frankie magazine in 3D. I love those little wallpaper-backed box shelves on the wall. What a sweet idea.
I love those little frames, so cute! Hxwww.helen-limbrick.blogspot.com
The Japanese do it best!!And also, I wish I could be like the girl in the top picture for all of tomorrow. I need some sleeeeeeep time.
The crochet squares blanket brings back so many memories!
this wold be my dream little bedroom liss! i want to get in that bed now!
They take international orders! The shipping is just sooo expensive. There's a link near the top right of the page(it may be in Japanese, though, I don't remember) that will give you the International site, and a lot of that is in English.