Friday, February 27, 2015

ETSY MIX of the week


1 | Oh, that poster makes perfectly sense now! Would fit like a glove in my (any) baby's nursery (supermumdesign, $33.84)
2 | Just love this delicate feather mobile. There are plenty of hues to pick from but this navy/gold composition spoke right into my heart (WhitehallFarmMD, $60+)
3 | This chunky fabric necklace looks so cool to wear over a simple t-shirt or blouse (imolabynoemiimola, $20)
4 | A blanket fit for those who want to sleep under the stars. Literally (SewnNatural, $140)
5 | How cute is this serving bowl? Almost too pretty to use on a daily basis, but then, why the heck no? (MarinskiHandmades, $35) 
6 | I admit I'm a sucker for mechanic, industrial inspired lamps, like this simple one, which btw comes in other fun colors too (SouthernLightsTN, $135)


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Thursday, February 26, 2015

MOOD 09_15


Today, I'd like to..

Image by Vanja Milicevic via Fashion and Style

Image via Stil Inspiration
..wake up in this cushy bed

Brass himmeli pendant diy tutorial by I Spy Diy

Chocolate caramel corn cookies recipe by The Whole Bite Blog
 ..bake these delicious chocolate caramel corn cookies



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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

BUY OR DIY: Hand painted pillows

BUY OR DIY: Hand painted pillows

A hand painted pillow would be the easiest way to add a charming casual touch to your decor. If you check on the tutorial on Make and Tell, you'll see it's actually no big deal to make one for yourself, which you can customize to match your aesthetics and room decor. If, on the other hand, are not in the mood for crafting, pay a visit to the Yao Cheng Design shop on Etsy for some really pretty handmade cushion covers (the one in the photo above is here). So which one would it be for you then?


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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

LOVE OR NOT: Faux taxidermy on wall

LOVE OR NOT: Faux taxidermy on wall

I have to admit I am on a big dilemma on this design matter. Although I completely despise the idea of having the head of a dead animal hung on my wall as some sort of trophy, I find its form and organic geometry totally captivating. I would like to take the moral issue of the table, so I'm narrowing down today’s question on whether you would hang a faux taxidermy on your wall or not. There are plenty of amazing pieces out there made of paper mache, cardboard, paper, resin, wood, yarn or textiles, that are definitely worth considering. Love how they bring an exquisite vibe to a gallery wall and how they add a 3d feeling to an otherwise flat composition. Some of them are such cuties they are even implemented into a kid's room design. It is, however, the underlying notion behind such object that makes me dubious on whether they are actually a positive addition to a room or their reminisce of an actual dead animal brings a bad karma to the space. What’s your opinion on that matter? Are you a fan of faux taxidermy? Would you have it on your wall? I have added a poll widget at the end of the post, after the jump, to help you answer this one. Scroll down to cast a vote. I'd love to see how many of you are fan of this idea or not!
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