Hello, friends! Yay for Friday! I’m SO happy the week is done, I think this was one of the worst weeks I’ve ever had, so it’s weird, but I actually look forward to the next one already! Time for your daily bit of creamylife inspiration now and what is a better treat than words? I love textual prints, which say wise words, motivating quotes or simply carry warm memories with them! That’s why when Lisa, artist behind More Than Words, contacted me to suggest taking a look at her work, I instantly said yes and was enamored with every single design! Lisa works with canvas, acrylic paint, framed prints and she’s even doing customized designs, which means she can transform into art just everything you’d like!
Hi everyone and happy Thursday! Few weeks ago I posted for the first time a review of a Serbian design magazine, Moj Stan (see here) and now I have a new issue of it to share with you, November 2010. This magazine never disappoints and now was no exception, showcasing plenty of fall vignettes, color palettes and an overall inspiring content, Moj Stan also took us to a virtual trip to Istanbul with all its magic, it invited us to visit a delightful home in Germany and shared with us a few DIY projects which are always charming and so easy (perfect for me!). Again, if you’re local, I suggest you to buy it, meantime I’ll share some pictures I liked the most:
Hello! I have for you an exciting post featuring the home of a Serbian designer and architect, one of the owners of Antipod Studio, specializing in interior + furniture design and architecture (will blog about Antipod Studio in the near future). Milan Stefanovic designed his home by himself, interacting modern style with a livable atmosphere and a neat look. Seriously, his home is so visually clean and uncluttered that it’s relaxing for the eyes to look at! Milan used few of Ana Kras designs, like the hive lamp and noodle side table, but of course I spotted some pieces of furniture branded Antipod Studio, like the U-turn chair and 100sto side table.
Hello everyone! Happy Wednesday to all! Once again I want to apologize for being away yesterday all day, you haven’t received any updates from me on Twitter and Facebook, but I’m back today, with your daily slice of inspiration on Facebook and lots of creative tweets, so come join me!
In other news: you know, I’ve been thinking lately about stone walls in a room, trying to figure out how do I feel about them: is this a modern look, which is about someone’s personal style or is it only a cold detail, which, as I think, doesn’t bring any coziness to a room? Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen lots of homes with stone walls (or at least a portion of the wall covered with stones) and I do think that if the owner feels comfortable with them, it’s fantastic. However, I wouldn’t go with stone walls in my own home, I’ll not stand their unfinished look and am sure will never feel entirely warm in that home.
So, I’m asking for your opinion now: yay or nay? Give your votes!
Hi everyone! I’m so sorry I’ve been absent today and left you with no post! I have no excuse, I know! Try to forgive me as I’ve been a bit busy, all day out and about. I’ll be back to blogging tomorrow, but meantime here are some pretty random images found via my pinterest.
How are you all? What are you up to?
Perhaps I’m late to the party and you all know about the Danish furniture and interior design company House Doctor and their online catalogs, but I’ll still post about it here, there is never too much inspiration, right? I came across it yesterday and was smitten by their Everyday 2010 collection (the previous one is called Moments 2010). These collections are nothing else than catalogs with House Doctor products, nicely put together in utterly inspiring pictures! Whoever did the styling of the catalogs did a fabulous job! You should definitely check Moments 2010, it has such a warm holiday feeling to it (it was launched in January), meanwhile here are a few sneak peeks of their Everyday collection:
Hello, creamylife-ers! How was your weekend? Are you ready for a new week? I sure am! Will kick off this week with a Serbian talent, Iva Novičić behind Iva did it.! Iva is a young lady, whose passion is handmade and jewelry, so she put these two together and started creating handmade jewelry, which is being sold in Supermarket Concept Store (I know I’ve mentioned this store like a thousand times, but it’s really fabulous, so don’t blame me, please!). Iva has a beautiful collection of earrings, necklaces, pendants and bracelets which is sure to satisfy everyone, big or small! I personally love how Iva uses colors within her creations: vibrant hues, mixed muted colors or juicy brights – she does it all good! Here are a few of her pieces, the rest you can check on her Facebook page. Locals, if you’d like to purchase any of this jewelry, look for Iva did it. in Supermarket or contact Iva by mail, which can be found on her page.
I guess I can say this working week has finished, time for weekend and lots of fun! I wanted to leave you with some pretty pictures so you can enjoy, however I thought why not have some use of this, right? As you all know, October is considered the month of breast cancer awareness in USA and the fact that I’m not from USA didn’t stop me from supporting this cause as it’s a very weak spot for me. My grandmother passed away many years ago because of breast cancer, so in her honor I decided to put together a post about pink – color of the famous ribbons. Why project pink (see the title)? Because for every tweet on Twitter which has the hashtag #projectpink is donated $1 to this cause, so go ahead, tweet about it!
Meanwhile, here are some pictures where fashion meets decor, all about pink:
Happy Friday, creamylife-ers (I just invented this word, hope you don’t mind if I call you this way heehee)! As if it’s not enough that we’re so close to the weekend, you’re in for a treat today! I want to introduce you to 77 Diamonds – a site full of diamond jewelry! Let me start off by saying that I’ve never seen such an informative site! They have there absolutely everything you might want to know about diamonds. Everything is so well put together that I want just all of their pieces! Oh and in case you’re wondering why ‘77 diamonds‘ they have your back on this too (I suggest you to read it, it’s quite interesting! see ‘about us‘). While going through 77 Diamonds collections I couldn’t stop gazing at the fabulous, gorgeous engagement rings, wedding bands, earrings and all the rest – all being finest polished diamonds, different styles: from modern to vintage, they’re definitely too good for words. Well, two questions came to my mind after seeing 77 Diamonds: why didn’t my then fiancé stumble upon this site when he proposed to me? and why isn’t my wedding band one of their ‘Eternity ring‘ collection bands? sigh…
P.S. don’t you just adore this saying: “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend“? This is undoubtedly about 77 Diamonds! :)
Hi everyone! Let’s talk about bathrooms right now, shall we? I know I blogged about them a few times already (here and here for example) speaking about colors, personality and so on, however I never touched the other part: the more technical one: bathroom supplies and accessories. Isn’t that great when you feel you have finally found the perfect company to purchase all the accessories for your bathroom? Well, I think I just found this company. WD Bathrooms is a Sheffield based company (UK) specializing in bathroom sales. They exist already for seven years, so I guess they’re worth your trust and attention. Not only WD Bathrooms have a variety of products which will surely satisfy any customer, their staff is the kindest you’ve ever met, always there to help. Here are some of their products: