The first time I actually met Mess Project was through this print I used for this interior. Ever since, their store has been one of my favorite destinations on the etsy platform. There one can find amazing posters, invitations and cards, as well as some really fancy ipad cases. It is not only their high quality work which got my attention, but the kind spirit of the owner, Spyros Athanassopoulos, graphic designer, as well. I don't know about you but, to me, when shopping from small, independent sellers, it is really important to know that the person behind the product I buy is equally thoughtful, enthusiastic and well-meaning. That totally doubles up the quality of the purchase.
Today, I'm thrilled to be using one more of Mess Project's work, this time in my place. There have been some changes after the wedding around here (still working on them- will show more in due time) so part of the living room renovation was to change the wall color (remember this mushroom grey?) to white, buy a new sofa and add new artwork on the wall. I knew I had to add a virtual window to the sea (since my windows only view to the concrete jungle of the city although I live about 5 minutes walking distance from the sea!) and I had no second thoughts of hanging this poster with the richest deep blue aegean waters and the delicate white sailing boats on it. It actually works! It has immediately brought a fresh breeze inside the room.
To celebrate today's occasion, Mess Project is kindly offering all My Paradissi readers a 15% discount to use throughout their store with code MYP15. You wouldn't want to miss this chance ;)
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