Saturday, October 25, 2014

The Weekend

White daybed nook via Domino

● The not so practical aspect of design: would you opt for any of these staircases for your home?
Minimalistic hacks to maximize your life.
● Cutest scary Halloween diy.
● Beautiful minimalistic poncho.
● Not a dearest fan of having the bathroom inside the bedroom but this one is admittedly too pretty.
"Creative genius only reveals itself after you've shown up enough times to get the average ideas out of the way." Read the rest of this inspiring article on unlocking your creativity here.
● Are you also guilty of one or more of the most usual mistakes in interior design?
Easiest way to decorate a kid's room wall.
● And yes, ladies and gentlemen, here's the recipe to the homemade twix bars.
● Love crochet doily rugs and, until I have the time to make my own, this one looks really gorgeous to grab.

Last week: 12 alternative ideas to hang on a gallery wall.
Last week: Decorating my shelves with plants.
Back on 2013: 5 long bathroom ideas.
Back on 2012: Modern country home in the heart of Spain.

Happy weekend, friends!

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Photo via Domino.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Urban Jungle Bloggers | My Plant Shelfie

My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers

Here's a post I've been meaning to write quite some time now. Actually, since I first found out about the Urban Jungle Bloggers I wanted to be part of the team. Have you heard them? Igor of Happy Interior Blog and Judith of Joelix have created an online platform for bloggers to share their love on plants and all sorts of interior greenery.

My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers

My cup of tea precisely! As I've mentioned before, living in a ground floor apartment in the center of the city and with no outdoor space, has left me craving for nature more than I could have ever imagined. I try my best to keep my window sills flooded with plants but that won't be anywhere close to satisfy my thirst for those invigorating green creatures. 

My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers
My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers

Now, with my living room redo, I created a specific spot to bring together some more of my lovelies with the help of two white IKEA lack shelves. And, since its only a couple of weeks that I completed the project feels like I'm quite on time for an Urban Jungle Bloggers shelfie. Love how this wall now feels fresh and vibrant. The plants I've picked seek for very little care and attention but create a big impact on the white background. I also have this snake plant I kept in a vase (with just water) for more than 3 years (!). I don't know how it manages to survive for so long without any soil but I'm so glad it does ;). In the photo below, I've placed it inside a leather bag as I've recently (read: this morning) managed to break the vase. As it seems, I'm quite satisfied with its new container I'm thinking of just leaving it this way. 

My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers
My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers

Hop over to the UJB blog to see some more amazing shelfies and don't forget you can follow the trend under the #urbanjunglebloggers hashtag.

My plant shelfie | My Paradissi #urbanjunglebloggers

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

DIY: Gallery wall alternatives

DIY: Gallery wall alternatives | My Paradissi

A few days ago we talked about all those not-your-typical-framed-art items you can hang on a gallery wall collection to make it even more impressive and unique. Today, I'd like to share with you a few diys I came across the web that can all be used for that matter. Most of them are quite simple (the plush deer head not so much- but  ain't it a real cutie?) so maybe you can try them over the weekend. Happy crafting , friends :)

marquee lettersglitter and feather garland
moon clock | plush deer head
hanging mason jar planters | braided mirror

P.s. Rope hanging frames diy and a fairly simple diy embossing art design.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Rustic kitchen shelving inspiration

Rustic kitchen shelving inspiration | My Paradissi

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 :)
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