April 26, 2012

Deli dinner tonight?

The entire DELI Collection is now in stock again. Click here to see it all

The lovely pasta picture was sent to us by a dear friend in Germany; Aileen from I Chocolatini. Click here to visit her web shop


  1. Verkligen jättevackert .....

    Pernilla på Piazzan

  2. Hei, sjekk bloggen min i dag! Har tatt i bruk den blå keramikken:) klem Lisette

  3. MMMMMMMH, Farfalle with Ruccola and Cherry tomatoes - I love it! Hugs Barbara

  4. Lisette, check vores facebook med link til din FINE blog :) Kh Stine, Tine K Home

  5. Å for et vakkert service, har sklidd rett inn på hytta det der! Nåååååååh:)))

  6. Hi! I totally love the style of Tine K home, but I'd like to have a bit more information about the workers' conditions & where the items are made. Could you please direct me to some webpage or some place where to get this kind of information!
    Thanks in advance!

  7. Jag älskar Tine K home! :)

    / Cajsa

  8. Thanks to all of you for your nice comments - we appreciate them all :)

    Dear Rinna, thank you for your message.
    Our items are made in Vietnam, Morocco, China, Portugal and India. Tine and Jacob has build up great and loyal partnerships with different suppliers in these countries. It's important for us that we have a good relationship with all suppliers. Tine and Jacob visit many of the suppliers each year, meet their families, see the production, get new ideas etc.

    In our latest catalogue, we have a few pictures on pages 96-97 to show you just a sneak peek from the process from design and production to styling and promotion:


    Tine has just been in India, and we are working on a blog post about her trip these days.

    Best regards,

    Tine K Home

  9. Here's an old blog post from a trip to Morocco:


    Have a nice day :)

  10. Hi! Thanks, this is exactly the sort of thing I was hoping for.

    I think you should have something about your sources on your website too, I think for many people it's important to know that the products are made in small artisan workshops instead of mega factories!


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