I know that the title might be a bit confusing, but you’ll understand what I meant. Seems to me that industrial oriented designs will never fade, there’ll always be someone who’ll dig metal coffee tables and lamps, worn off storage drawers and things like this which are absolutely charming, in my opinion. Even more when you go with vintage thrifted furniture and accessories – that’s a bomb of a combination. However, I’m thinking that perhaps a few feminine details won’t hurt? Something like a caramel sofa or a cozy blanket. Well, the possibilities are unlimited and it’s just up to you how to decorate your home. Here’s a picture which inspired me to no end! I bet you’ll understand why :)
Today I found myself dreaming about bold colors, florals and geometric patterns. On a dreary day like today that can be the only thing to save me, you know? I’m really looking forward to spring and summer, when I’ll finally be able to pull out all my colorful dresses and colorful accessories. Ah dreams! But we’re almost there, so hold on a little more, that is if you’re like me. These pictures where fashion inspires interior design (or vice-versa, why not) are the perfect image of how I would like my life to be, at least for one day. Bohemian and charming – when freedom is all you have and the sky is your limit :).
Perhaps it’s the anticipation of spring or Valentine’s day which happens to be today (see my post dedicated to it here), but I’m really attracted by bold, bright and so passionate hues such as orange and pink, particularly about this combo. The vibrant color combination shouts modern and daring and while I thik it might be too much for a living room, it certainly looks amazing in a girl’s room, kitchen or seen in smaller details such as rugs, bedding, curtains so on. Oh not to mention that pink+orange left its marks in fashion too! Various designers have their spring/summer collections around this combo and it totally looks chic!
Good Monday morning! Wanted to start off this week with a quick post full of hearts, love and joy: happy Valentine’s Day! I know this isn’t much of a holiday yet it’s a pretty day when we love and are loved more than on any other day. I’ll keep it short now. Have the sweetest day today, may love be by your side year-round! I’ll be back later today! xo
Hello again, loves! Finally I can call this a day which feels so very soothing and relaxing! But not before I wish you all a wonderful weekend. And since this is the weekend pre-Valentine’s day (did you prepare your love notes yet?) I thought I can introduce you all to a new emag dedicated to this holiday – 79 ideas!. The ridiculously beautiful magazine was put together by the very talented Raru who authors 79 ideas blog and boy, is that emag inspiring! Majorly inspiring! Using the moment I’d like to congratulate Radostina with this stunning project I’m pretty sure she worked hard on to make it that good. Take a look and please join me in giving some applause to the lovely Raru!
It’s Friday, my dears and this means only one thing: weekend is just a few hours away! Oh, sounds so sweet. For today’s post I decided to treat you with something new, but not less delicious than the other posts. I always find myself staring at pictures fashion-meets-decor style, so today in honor of my love for colors plus my mood for everything feminine and fashion I put together this black and white post inspired by the juxtaposition of the two very powerful and beyond amazing industries: fashion and interior design. Enjoy this post, I’ll be back later with a lovely post for a happy weekend!
Who doesn’t need storage space in their life? I’m a firm believer that you can never have too many drawers and closets. Even better if they’re some vintage deliciousness a-la-post-office-storage, right? Somehow they are SO charming and look so pretty in a room, I’d say it’s an unexpectedly modern item, totally vintage inspired though. Complicated, but well, you get the point.
What can be teal AND cozy? Of course a sofa! I came across a home tour with its overall color palette right up my alley (um, hello Scandinavian gorgeousness!), yet I’ve been having my eyes on a particular detail – the sofa in the living room. It’s to die for! It’s teal with hints of emerald green, it’s a leather chicness and it looks very comfy, so well, what’s not to love? (continue reading)
I’ve been flipping through my magazines over the weekend and saw some pictures which made me stop, look again (a few times) and ask myself ‘really?’. Ok, so I should probably make myself understood. What do you think about using ONE SINGLE PATTERN in a room? Whether we’re speaking about bedroom, living room or any other, having wallpapers, chairs’ upholstery, curtains, tablecloth and/or sheets in the same pattern – does it make sense at all? The images caught my attention, not sure if it was for a good reason or not. I mean, I don’t intend to criticize designers who like this, but it simply doesn’t feel like fitting my personality (it’s sort of suffocating). Maybe I’m wrong, yet still I’ll say ‘no, thanks’. And you?
Good Monday morning! Hoping that you all had a fabulous weekend, will kick off this week with a color+inspiration post and just so you know for the past few days I was inspired to no end by a very bright and lively shade of blue: Tiffany blue, the color of the famous Tiffany & Co. Probably I don’t need to explain much why do I love both the color and the company, I just do and am pretty sure I’m not alone. Here’s some Tiffany blue inspiration: