OK so this is not technically about interior design….. but it does have a hint of colour and travel attached. The main incentive behind this post is that the majority of my posts spark that….. “why did I not think of that????” question in my head ( although admittedly I would need to have a great deal of talent to administer most of the creativity that my posts report on), but is is not in a jealous way (well …. ok……maybe a little touch of green). I just love to learn and share some of these fab creatives ideas. Oh and … maybe it does include another one of my loves…FOOD. Yum!!!
One such person that has caught my attention is American Tiffany Iung, who armed with her pink upcycled delight of a bike, delivers sandwiches out of the back of a vintage suitcase around the streets of Paris. Even better the sandwiches are made from market ingredients. The sandwich combinations are a feature of her blog which is linked to the Tifamade company website.
You can also grab some cakes which are all made from organic ingredients…yum.
I think I will have to put a mental note to call her for a picnic when next in Paris (alas that may be some time!!)
For those who cannot quite get to Paris to pick up their lunch you can visit Tifanny’s blog for her recipes which have a twist of American Parisian charm. You can also grab yourself some glam lunch box accessories…. who said the home made sandwich had to be boring!
Lunch Skins are the perfect accessory for those who have a green conscience. Re-useable and funky, they are bound to make even the most dreary of sandwiches more appealing
Or for those who like to get out the needle and thread you may want to check out The Haby Godess blog spot for their pretty cute lunchbox kit which includes all that you would need…
Am also loving these sandwich box designs by Emma Smart for UK supermarket chain Asda. Brings a whole new experience to eating your supermarket prawn and mayonnaise sarnie!