Un-po-per-uno is a very interesting Italian Facebook group that loves enviroment and promotes ideas for recycling and repurposing. You’ll find great stuff like these genious ideas of reusing old kitchenware. Keep your pots and pans and make them useful!
images via Un-po-per-uno
Another dark picture full of mystery. Tonight it snows even here in Athens and it reminds me somehow the view outside the window.
Somewhere on facebook I came across this picture with the fabulous necklace above and fell in love with it! What an exquisite piece!! So I wanted to see more jewelry of this talented artist. Her name is Sydney Lynch and she is an American jewelry designer who loves the organic natural forms and contours and this love is reflected in her work. She is also interested in tribal and ancient jewelry that illustrates the human need to arrange found objects in new and meaningful relationships. Have a look at her work and get inspired!
Warning! This is not a post for book lovers!
Τhe Νester shares some decorating ideas with book pages.
Some are really lovely, like these wreaths!
Or these branches with paper leaves! Amazing aren’t they?!!
So if you have some unwanted books go and have a look at the 20 ideas Τhe Νester shares with us!
Mikkel Adsbøl is working as an independent photographer since 2006. From his photo studio on Nørrebro in Copenhagen he does a wide range of photo assignments for ad agencies, commercial clients and editorial media. Have a look at these gorgeous pictures from his portofoglio full of lovely scandinavian interiors.
I strongly believe that art belongs to every single room in the house, especially in auxilliary spaces like the kitchen or the bathroom for that matter. Most of the time when someone chooses wall art for the kitchen prefers something that depicts food for some reason, or maybe flowers. Lets see some kitchens with interesting art choises.
Most of these kitchens are kind of unconventional, with no upper cupboards, maybe with some shelves and the paintings look really nice above the sink. Actually they don’t look much like kitchens.
If this is not the case for your house you shouldn’t be disappointed, there are other ways to decorate with art your kitchen without dismantle the cupboards.
Do your best by benefiting from every corner of your kitchen. Use it by displaying your art.
Put some nice paintings against the backsplash.
Let the space above the sink empty and use it to display a beautiful painting. Something you’ll love to see every time you do the dishes!
A classic painting will give character even to a simple and modest kitchen.
While a modern abstract painting will look great in a classic kitchen!
Put some nice small paintings on the shelves, between cups and plates.
And if the kitchen is plain and indifferent, some bold color on the walls combined with interestiing art will change the look dramatically. So choose some art pieces and find them a place in your kitchen!