Is there anything more beautiful and captivating during fall than the colorful leaves ? The majestic trees that take the colorful shades of fall is pure magic… Why don’t we bring a bit of that magic in to our own homes ! If you follow my blog, you already know I love styling with nature. For me, there’s absolutey nothing better than decorating with nature itself. So let’s be creative and take advantage of fall’s beautiful colors with incredible leafy decorations.
For some inspiration have a look at the little selection I’ve made for you !
6 photos from the Smithsonian Institute taken during the Qajar era has been chosen to represent this exhibition. 6 windows of the past, transformed via a process of print and layering of natural pigments and Majorelle blue. It is a signed limited edition of 12 prints (1.00×0.70cm) of each of the 6 original photos, presented in white contemporary frames.
The pieces are destined to be seen (and reseen), to model the past in a new and contemporary way. Retro Projection is a work on identity, a meditation of a lost Orient…
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Stylist Marie Olsson Nylander’s home is stunning, there are no other words to describe this home ! It is an ecectic interior full of suprising details. What I love the most is of course her sens of style, how to make different pieces and different times work together in total harmony, just a perfect mix of eclectic antiques and contemporary pieces.
Ruaimi Orly is a painter and jewellery designer and her company was launched in San Francisco in 2012. Orly’s works are modern, made of eco friendly, recyclable and conflict free materials. The pieces are architectural, raw- modern metals and already spotted on the arty and edgy crowd. So keep in eye out for this avant-garde designer, you will defenitely see more of her in the future.
“I’ve always been fascinated with “practical” objects which explored opportunities to create new colors, forms and textures.”
The collections, draws inspiration from nature, fashion and human culture, with a combination of a mechanical touch to show that both can create a beautiful and interesting union. She uses an abstract painting approach to create wearable and sculptural art. You’ll likely recognize pieces of bike and drive chains, steel rebar, nuts, bolts and other bits of mechanical hardware utilized in ways they were never intended.
Each piece is sculpted by hand with an organic and industrial flair – combined for a distinct new look. The collection speaks to anyone who appreciates fine art and looks for a cutting edge and innovative identity.