I was recently introduced to an amazing Swedish interior photographer Daniella Witte and had to share my find with you – Daniella’s photography which is pure drama feels like fresh air amidst my latest posts which are all about colors :). You’ll see mainly black and white in Daniella Witte’s photography, but each photo has that special detail that makes everything look inviting and well, less dramatic.
Hi guys! After posting every day this week about home decor ideas, for a refreshing change I’d like to introduce you to a stunning newly-launched e-mag You and Me, packed with gorgeous wedding shots, beautiful brides, table decor, DIY and much much more! Another work by Radostina and the team making us dream/remember about blissful wedding moments when nothing else matters except the love which can be felt with every skin cell. The dreamy and romantic photography will take your breath away with its soft glow, so for a dose of beauty I highly recommend checking the magazine.
Idha Lindhag is a photographer working for the Swedish Elle Interior and Casa Vogue and she’s amazingly talented, able to capture and showcase through her work the depth of the setting. She has gorgeous black and white shots, but what caught my eye are the images with popping out, vibrant shades that are lively and inviting all at once. one more Swedish photographer to bookmark!
We’ve all heard that life is all about the little things that make everything prettier. Today I’m drawn to these little things that make me happy by looking at them. Peonies, romantic color palettes and astonishing vignettes is what rock my world this beautiful Saturday.
Enjoy your weekend, sweets!
With these shiny, warm days all I have on my mind are colors, colors, colors! It was never a secret I’m totally obsessed with them, but there’s something special happening to me when it’s spring outside – then yellow, blue, red or green gets so much more weight and it’s like life wouldn’t exist without them, you know what I mean? So when I need a dose of bright hues, I head over Design Seeds and of course you know this brilliant site full of inspiration. Here are my highlights for today.
Hello, friends! So sorry for being absent these days, but just in case you’d like to know – my mini-vacation was fabulous and I wish it didn’t end so fast! What were you up to while I was away?
So since I’m just recovering from the few days of doing nothing today’s post is relaxing and pretty. And hopefully will bring a bit of light into our lives (is the weather the same awful where you are?). Anyways, Lesley Unruh caught my eye with her photography which is so eclectic and positive, with clean lines and playful patterns all spiced up with a bit of drama – how amazing does that sound? I couldn’t help but share with you a few favorites:
If you still didn’t hear about Leslie Shewring then you must be living on another Planet. Leslie is the famous color columnist on decor8 whose posts we breathlessly await every month, Leslie is an amazing artist and photographer, Leslie is the creative person behind this visual delight – A Creative Mint (which is a gem of a blog, by the way!). There is really no need to explain who is Leslie, right? She’s THE blogger we must know and look up to :). One thing I love about her blog is how well categorized are her posts, it’s so easy to browse when you have them organized by colors! Here are some of the too many pictures I wanted to share with you:
I know I normally don’t post about food here on the blog, but every once in a while I’m tempted to share with you delicious photography from all around the Internet. I though I’d start with macaroons, because everybody loves them, but then there are these adorable little cupcakes that I can’t stand. Oh well, enjoy these few pictures and if you’d like to indulge yourself more, hop on my Pinterest board which is created especially for cupcakes and macaroons - because I really think that even lovely (edible) treats might inspire us :)
How pretty and full of of joy is this engagement? Looking at pictures of this kind makes me happy (for the photographed people) and lifts my mood up to the sky where I just can’t stop smiling and feel the bliss and emotions filling the shoot. I thought it would be the perfect way to start the week, so have a joyful Monday! xo
Hello, my lovelies! I missed you so SO much, I’ve been visiting my parents the time I was away, so thank you for understanding the lack of posts (I was offline for the entire time, but not because of Internet connection – I decided to disconnect for awhile and get some rest). Now I’m back and cannot wait to get back to my little routine (who would’ve thought I’d like my routine, right?). Unfortunately I didn’t take any pics in my home country, but today the husband and I had a little trip and visited Novi Sad, a beautiful city in Serbia and I did take pictures that I’d like to share with you. The architecture I’ve seen today was beyond amazing and if you know what is Novi Sad all about, you know that this is a peaceful, old town, with tiny streets which feel untouched time-wise. All in all, a place you must visit if you happen to be in Serbia!