Happy Monday! To start off the week on an inspiring note I have for you a real feast for the eyes – the magazine of my fellow blogger Dagny (congrats, lady!) – Base! Covering wallpapers and rugs, Base magazine is a gorgeous mix of Scandinavian and modern, so if you know me you understand how blown away I am by the content of Base. Their Spring/Summer issue is filled with colours, patterns and home tours to die for! Take a look:
Happy Friday all! So happy this week’s almost done. How was your week? Mine was pretty exciting and busy and the weekend looks like will be the same. But that’s a good thing :). A Friday post for you about oriental rugs, as lately I’ve been drawn to them a lot, because they’re just fabulous! Everything about them is perfection: the patterns, the texture and the popping warm colors are somethings every home would appreciate a lot! And the catchiest part about oriental rugs is that they look killer in a modern space, creating an edgy contrast which will only increase your home’s stylish coziness! And although my home country’s culture involved pretty much decorating with oriental rugs (which means I lived all my life having a fabulous ethnic rug in my room), I now look at them in a different way, loving more its look and effect. Here are a few examples of oriental rugs in modern spaces.
Another guest post here on CreamyLife by the wonderful co-author of my blog (yeah, I can say that!) – Nastya! She also is the author of the first guest post, in case you missed it you can read it here. Today the very creative Nastya is inspired by rugs. Let’s take a look at what she says:
It took time for me to reappear, but I’m extremely happy to share something that’s on my mind with you, dear Ludmila and Creamy Life readers! Lately there’s so much on the Internet about the rugs, especially those modern ones. As for me, I love rugs and consider them to be an important part of any interior. I just don’t imagine an apartment or a house without any rugs! It makes every room nicer and cozier, not to mention the fact that they provide warmth on a bare floor and help to reduce noise. So here are some of my favorite examples: