Archive for March, 2013

Happy Easter

HAPPY EASTER

Take a look at these colorful, fun Easter themed candles! So very cool! I found these at Etsy. These are made with real eggshell, vegetable wax, and are totally eco-friendly!.

Have a joyful Easter and may you find hope, peace and sweet blessings!

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Arabesque Tile

THE NEW OLD TILE IN TOWN

Arabesque tile is here to stay!

The curvi linear forms along with sharp angles give the tile an artistic and ornate look. Available in a wide variety of colors and glazes, it looks great both in horizontal as well as vertical planes. They break the monotony of  regular rectangular or square tiles and remain classic through changing trends. Here are some finishes to give an idea. Most of them have a premium $$$ amount attached to them but home depot’s online store also carries a small range of these tiles at a more affordable price.

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Patina

PATINA

What a gorgeous wall!

Architects “Jane Kim Design” did such a fine job by introducing patina-ted copper panels that match with the mirror, onto the entire wall, enhancing and expanding the character and beauty of the mirror. And oh! By the way, the mirror was bought from an architectural salvage store! How awesome is that?

Beauty can not be confined within high end stores…You only need to expand your horizon and put your thinking cap on!

 

 

 

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Color Pop

COLOR POP

Splash some color into a monochromatic room and watch the space come alive! Bold color accents on a neutral color palette along with black and white geometric prints make any space look modern and chic. Here are a few examples that reflect this style tip. So just transform any boring space by adding bits of your favorite pop color!

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Color palette

COLOR PALETTE

This must be the most gorgeous color palette I’ve come across! Clearly inspired by nature-The sand, stone and sea….The neutral tones of sand and stone look great providing a backdrop to a more dominant yet calming turquoise. Read more at ELLE

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