At the moment we started femkeidoshop.nl one a few things were clear about the brands we were going to stock: We were only going to sell brands we'd really really love. One of them was Donna Wilson. Her illustrations are different, they stand above antytihng else. Her knitted cushion, plaids but olso the plates and other kitchen ware, amazing. Really unlike anything else! We know now that it are also products you don't get bored of and our clients neither :). So when we got an e-mail from her that her London home was featured in the Telegraph, we asked wether it was ok to blog about her home. Ofcourse they replyed enthousiastic that they would love me to do that. So here it is. I, ofcourse like every single piece of it especially the boys room. This is what Donna says about this room: "I love the book Where The Wild Things Are, and it inspired me to give Eli this fantastical space he could grow into,’ Wilson says. The knitted trees and tulip were designed for an exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and the rug on the wall is another of Wilson’s pieces, created by the fairtrade Nepalese company Node for the Design Museum (designmuseumshop.com). ‘Now that we are no longer renting, I can be less conventional and hang a rug on a wall,’ she says. The Antlers coat hanger by Alexander Taylor is from Thorsten van Elten (thorstenvanelten.com)"