Chic, dramatic color combination that I love is Neon+black and white.
It works great, especially with graphic elements – geometric shapes, patterns and dominant typo.
Speaking about music sheets…
what a lovely happy idea – taking our favourite song, and put it on our wall?
oh so trendy, yet timeless is world maps motif.
Use a wallpaper or buy a dedicated massive learning map
Remember the youth magazines posters we hanged on our wall as kids?
Cute and unique Wallpaper, really inviting to curl up on the couch
Lovely idea. You can use your own photos, postcards or magazine scraps
If you feel a bit challenged, you can always buy ready-made:
One well loved XL picture will change your room within a second.
A repetitive geometric wallpaper pattern or stencil,
Sometimes less is more -
Custom made photo printed wallpaper.
Display your photo albums on the wall -
This amazing jacket was created by Tarang Bharti.
”…Drawing inspiration from the nostalgia and power of expression of contemporary gothic art and the futuristic approach in process drawings of ‘Zaha Hadid`s’ architecture, I have attempted to create a collection with balanced chaos of asymmetry and structure. “
This amazing projector projects thousands of stars in your room ceiling.
It has a rotating base with compass-point alignments, so you can set up your AstroStar by aligning it according to your location and the time of the year, so it can project a map of the clear night’s sky all around you. You can also change it to the accurately track movement of the heavens as the year progresses.
Now let’s talk about the visual – it is stunning! It turns any room into a spectacular dramatic location, your home becomes unrecognizable!
Grayish blue is my new obsession colour this month. It reminds me of frozen wintersand warm homes, and since here, where we live, winter is rarely really cold, it has this romantic aaura to it. I believe this color is warmer than a regular blue, it is elegent, works perfectly with many colors – yellow, green, ted, white, beige, black.
here are some photos I really like – all in grayish blue.
I just found this studio, where shw makes stunning, ultra cool printed silk scarves:
Suzanne was Leonard Cohen’s first song I have ever Known and loved. Since, I adore any thing at all this man writes.
This enchanted song always pulled my imagination – for years I am playing it over and over in my stereo and in my head, trying to figure that character of Suzanne.
What does she look like, what kind of clothes she wears, how her place look like.
I am working on a new collection of fashion jewelry, and this song is inspiring me. I would like to share with you images I have collected over the years, inspired by Suzanne, I used them in my inspiration board for the collection.