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:
Good morning everyone! Yesterday I asked all of you if you’d like me to do a review of Moj Stan (my apartment), a Serbian design magazine which I adore and buy it every month without looking back, and you all liked the idea, so here I am now. Moj Stan has always been a favorite of mine, because of its colorful content! They always bring up the best tips and advice, the easiest DIYs and the most gorgeous pictures! When I open it, I feel like abducted as I’m no more on earth, I’m in design heaven, seriously! Now you can imagine my excitement when yesterday my husband bought for me the latest issue! (Isn’t he the sweetest?) Oh and another thing about the magazine! This issue was a wee bit different than the others as it had lots of pictures in earthy tones, woven inspiration and plenty of French country deliciousness! I kid you not, Moj Stan is a must, so run, don’t walk (if you’re local).
Look what I just found in my inspirational folder! How lovely is this living room? So relaxed and comfortable! No doubt it makes me want be right there, with my stack of magazines! And the mini-armchairs and ottoman on the side table? So sweet!
*picture via Moj Stan, scanned by Ludmila for CreamyLife
Retro is “in” again, my dears! Retro lovers are probably delighted with the news, huh? Although I’m not a retro lover, I’m also happy and you know why? Because I adore retro furniture, especially wardrobes and cabinets, that leave the impression like they were cruelly affected by the time and lost their initial look. That’s when Serbian magazine “Moj stan” turned out to be a treasure for me as I’ve found so many great, beautiful inspirational pictures with retro furniture. Here are some of them which I like.