I know I haven’t been around here much lately…and I don’t even have a note from my parents to explain my absence! Things are a bit busy…and that might be a bit of an understatement. It’s certainly not a complaint as I know there are people around the world who’d kill to be in my position right now. Things are good, business is going better than expected, and I am pretty happy about all that I have achieved this year. It just means my poor little blog has been a bit neglected and unloved of late. I don’t want to start posting average material just to avoid awkward silences though…I’ve always strived to make sure that this is a blog that I would want to read, look at, and be inspired by, and I hope that by sticking to my guns it means that it will still appeal to like minded people. So if you are one of those people I’m sure you’ll forgive the sparsity of my posts, and with any luck you’ll enjoy this one.
Villa Meissen in Milan. I’ve been seeing images pop up in the printed media over the last few months, and honestly, I think I could move right in. I’m guessing that is the idea. Many of us are familiar with the name Meissen, it is a town in Germany whose name has become synonymous with luxurious porcelain, due to the fact it was the site of the very first European production of the mysterious white clay outside of China. The name has since become better known for the company that has perfected the production. Over their long and illustrious history the company has diversified and started to offer a much more diverse product range, and it seems the Villa in Milan is the perfect showcase for these products. The interior is definitely my kinda space. I’m loving the soft serene colours, the mix of classic and contemporary elements and of course the Meissen porcelain products. I feel the need for a trip to Milan very, very, soon.