Visual eye candy from the exciting blog The Design Files Daily. For more pictures and a wonderful article on this magical home of artist David Bromley and his wife Yuge. http://thedesignfiles.net/2013/05/byron-bay-home-david-and-yuge-bromley/#comments
Be Inspired & styled by natures color palettes
Stunning wedding inspired by Frida Kahlo visit http://weddingnouveau.com/2012/11/frida-kahlo-style-shoot-by-imaginale-design
If I could do it all again, I would live a bohemian life!
Pictures from pinteres
Love Denim especially recycled & the unusual.
From wood to wicker, add a bit of rustic charm to your bathroom to create a natural vibe. Tip - add in a bit of greys & yellows will lighten up the masculinity of the wood.
Get this look by adding these and these wood planters, placing your products in this metal container, hang your towels on this wood rack, blast your music from this driftwood mount, place your soap on this wood holder and hold your toothbrushes in here.
I’m dreaming of summer. You would be to if you lived in New England :)
From the gorgeous Blog Dustjacket
Be inspired and be inspiring
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Great example of Modern/Glam with a bit of vintage. See the full article at http://www.parlourhomeblog.com/
[ via: petitecandela.blogspot.com ]
Wishing you a relaxing weekend. Just goes to show you what you can do with a little white fabric.
I love photography that inspires
Original article from the amazing Home Tree Atlas blog:
I had no idea there were so many project ideas for old windows. The creative people below have done everything from recycling them as room dividers to creating furniture pieces.
If you take the time to replace the glass panels of a old window with mirror plates, you could end up with a gorgeous rustic mirror – just like in picture (3).
Decorating With Old Windows
Ashlee over at My So Called Crafty Life used cork tiles, chalkboard paint, and chicken wire to turn an old window into a kitchen command center (6) (Ideas for Setting up a Family Command Center in the Kitchen).
How about using an old glass window pane as a piece of canvas – just like what Kate and David did for their wedding in picture (7) - from The Knot. Other craft ideas include using old windows to make a backdrop for a coat rack, the one in picture (8) was made by Nadine.
Who knew you could upcycle old windows into DIY furniture pieces. Some other things to do with old windows include turning them into a coffee table like the one in picture (9) by Oh Glory Vintage. Then there is the homemade rustic kitchen cabinet by G. Collins (10).
I have a serious addiction to horns, antlers etc.. natural and those made from interesting materials. I see beauty and strength in what they represent. I could have spent hours on pinterest looking at the interesting materials used to make or embellish each one. They can be used for decor but also used for so much more. Have fun and search on pinterest under horns, antlers etc..be ready to be wowed.
All pictures from pinterest
Take time for yourself today!
Resource: meet me in the morning
Now you know what to do with all those things you just didn’t know how to display.