How to Remember the Lyrics to ‘My Favorite Things’

How to Remember the Lyrics to ‘My Favorite Things’

Mimi Berlin feels it’s important to know the lyrics from the classic ‘The Sound of Music’ song; My Favorite Things, so we gathered images to make it more easy to remember the words by.

You’re Welcome! xoxo Mimi Berlin

My Favorite Things is written by Oscar Hammerstein and Richard Rodgers for the musical The Sound of Music (1959)

Raindrops on roses
And whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
Brown paper packages tied up with strings

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Shapes of Plants and Plastic in Green

Shapes of Plants and Plastic in Green

A buxus , a planter and an armchair.

Mimi Berlin started using Instagram (@mimiberlin_amsterdam) on a frequent basis a whiile ago. Due to that fact we forget to post the images we make ourselves on this blog. Which, to us, is a shame, since we intend to keep this blog forever and make it our own encyclopedia. The first two images are made by us, the last one is the toad chair designed by Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne. (image via jousse-entreprise.com)

People sometimes ask of us; what is it that you do Mimi Berlin? You keep posting these random images with equally random topics…. Well, we answer, we read these images. Just as important; we edit them, not with Photoshop, but we like to combine images to create new visions or ideas, or to ‘write down’ what’s in our minds, so we don’t forget.

Mimi Berlin’s Cabinet is Open!

Mimi Berlin’s Cabinet is Open!Mimi Berlins Cabinet is Open!

Close-Up-Portrait 4, 2015. Hi, I am Doreen. One of a kind, made by hand in The Netherlands with onyx, white coral, saltwater cultivé pearls, jade and gold (ø 60 cm, €525)

As from today on Mimi Berlin’s Golden-Glass-Display-Cabinet at the X-Bank in Amsterdam is open! You can now purchase Mimi Berlin’s work per piece! There are new pieces to be seen and next to the handmade, one of a kind objects, the more friendly prized MimiMerchandise designs are for sale as well. We suggest you go and check it out at the Spuistraat 172 in Amsterdam.

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