I'm always fascinated by rustic country kitchens. That's, quite possibly, because I've subconsciously connected fresh and pure food with the countryside. Maybe, on the other hand, it is because sleek white porcelain, shiny copper and crystal clear glass look too good on contrasting unrefined and vintage cabinetry and shelving for my visual thirsty self to ignore. For that matter, here is today's inspiration; open kitchen shelves and glass door cabinets with wonderful kitchenware displays to lust for. Enjoy :)
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
1 | Always enjoy reading Jennifer's blog and be inspired by its minimalistic and scandinavian approach. Her jewelry creations are equally impressive in their simplicity (amerrymishap, $24)
2 | I have the urge lately to fill the home with cute handmade plushies to prepare the ground for my baby boy's arrival. This little bear is one of my faves (ohalbatross, $68)
3 | Just love how delicate and subtly glam this feather garland with the glittery tips look (HandmadeforEisley, $18)
4 | That's a great reminder to come across in your cup everyday after coffee or surprise a friend with (weegallery, $25)
5 | I have a thing for anything cloud shaped lately (check n.2) and this grown up version pot holder is too sweet. Would make an excellent housewarming gift too (BoHelina, $21)
6 | Oh, please, this might just be the prettiest print one can place in a nursery! Really, tiny hedgehogs are so so cute ^^ (Roighn, $21)
P.s. You can find all my Etsy favorites in my Etsy page.
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Monday, October 20, 2014
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There are only a million ways to create an interesting gallery wall. Mixing various frame finishes, sizes, art styles and artists is definitely a great place to start. But if you're looking to take your display into a whole new level, why not try mixing non framed accents as well? We've seen this trend going on quite some time now and it gets even more exciting, with all the new ideas being shared by talented designers, stylists and bloggers over time. By combining favorite objects, like a travel souvenir, a handmade project or a heirloom piece with frames one can easily create a unique and exquisite gallery with personalized references. Moreover, decorative objects can add depth, texture or bling thus make the finished result way more interesting to the eye. Here's a list of 12 ideas you can use for your own personal wall but, rest assured, there are plenty more things one can add to this list. What do you think? Would you use any of these as part of your gallery wall?
1. TAXIDERMY | Faux resin deer (WhiteFauxTaxidermy, $89.99)
2. STRAW HAT | Straw hat (H&M, $5)
3. SCULPTURE | Αbode well wall decor (Modcloth, $29.99)
4. MIRROR | Jute flower mirror (Furbish Studio, $435)
5. CLOCK | Black cat clock (Good Sense, $30)
6. WEAVING | Handwoven tapestry (jujujust, $310)
7. BANNER | Figure it out (Schoolhouse Electric, $120)
8. GARLAND | Party tassel garland (Furbish Studio, $35)
9. MINI SHELF | Studio 5 shelf (Espoo, €65.80)
10. PLANTER | Hanging air plant cradle (mudpuppy, $36)
11. EMBROIDERY HOOP | Home embroidery hoop (SarahKBenning, $25)
12. PLATE | Perky puffer plate (yvonneellen, $59)
Some more ideas that didn't make it on the list: 3d letter, candleholder, vintage collections, wreaths, hooks, trays, scissors, dream catchers, e.t.c.
|Image via Lonny.|
P.s. Find loads of art wall galleries inspiration here.
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