A traditional house on Mykonos island is transformed into a beautiful modern summer house. The designer Jayne Wunder managed to keep the spirit of Greece!
Photography: Mark Williams
via: Vart nya hem
Ruth from Ruta Reifen is a 2009 Graduate of the Jewelry Design Department of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. Her collection “Waiting for Godot” inspired by the famous play by Samuel Beckett, is an amazing piece of work! She developed a process in which she crossbreed metal and porcelain so that the two materials blend into one another. Oh how I’d love to do that, combine my two favorites passions, jewelry and ceramics!
I also love collection ” Petite Foreal ” that combines bronze with cement. The outcome is fabulous!
Here is a mother who wanted to do something different for her son’s nursery. Instead of decorating in usual baby blues with bears and stuffed toys she chose another approach. She decorated in mountain rustic style. Well not litterately, you won’t find any stuffed bears or logs here but a nursery with a vintage feeling and an essence of mountain. I love the black and white striped wall that brings an eclectic touch to the room and the yellow frame with the letters. Yeap that plaid blanket does bring out the mountain feeling!
The same goes for the genious DIY mobile above the crib. Just a branch with almost transparent leaves!
Andlers on the wall, cute forest animals around, I bet this boy will love mother nature!
The rustic rocking chair is great and I like the vintage furniture.
The wall art choices are great while the cupboard full of toys looks really good. All in all a nursery with character! You can read the details on jac marie bishop blog.
via project nursery
Photos by Allyssa Zemke
Eline Pellinkhof is a craft material and fabric patterns designer from Netherlands who came up with this genious idea of using handmade patterns that create cross-stitch murals on the wall. What a fresh and creative decorating idea! The murals were designed by hand but then she designed a stencil that can help anyone decorate a wall with this lovely pattern. The stencil is available on her blog and you can use it for decorating your walls or a canvas. On Freshome you can watch a video of the photo shoot!
Photography by Hans Guldemond