I’ve been a fan of Bunny Williams and her style for a long while and I absolutely love her soothing, somehow traditional style. Just as I said a few days ago, traditional interiors lately feel very refreshing, perhaps it’s because of my long-time obsession with vintage, eclectic, Scandinavian styles or the love for colors, but I’m more and more drawn to classic homes that carry valuable memories and soothing feelings. Earthy and neutral colors are the new black and Bunny Williams knows how do it just right! While I feel inspired by her entire portfolio, there is a particular home that has me mesmerized from the moment I saw it in Lonny. That house just feels the perfect home, a little escape to share blissful moments with loved ones.
By this moment you have all probably heard about the collaboration between Lonny magazine and Traditional home. Have you checked Tradhome mag yet? Just as its title says, the magazine is full of traditional designs and while I never thought I like traditional designs, I found the interiors from Tradhome very refreshing and innovative. However one thing I’ve learned throughout the magazine is that traditionalism can look stunning, but only when you add your own, special touch to the room: this might be an eclectic or extravagant piece – important is to break a little the ‘too traditional’ look of the space. The traditional tendencies seen in the magazine were the use of gold, black, white, brown and neutral shades and I guess that’s exactly what felt like a breath of fresh air to me.
Some days ago, when I first wrote about my home country and its beauty, many of you asked me to post more pictures about it, its patterns, colors and traditional look. So I want to share with you now some pictures of a hotel, located in the countryside and decorated in a pure national style, showing traditional designs, colors and items. I actually wanted to take my own pictures of Moldovan decorations, to show you our history and well, traditions, but unfortunately these days everybody tends to modernize their homes, leaving behind that national portrait, the beautiful things that were surrounding our grandparents and which are by the way handmade by them. However, please enjoy some pictures of this pretty hotel and remember that everything you see here is pure Moldovan!