Today we are celebrating the Chinese New Year! So to everyone, Kung Hei Fat Choy! Joy and prosperity to you this Year of the Wooden Horse!
Christmas is all around me, and so the feeling grows. (Thank you, Billy Mack, for that song. And Love Actually – love you for life!) My other blog, Hello Pomelo, is also excited about the hoilidays. Check out these Do-It-Yourself Christmas decorating ideas.
Christmas tree on the wall? Game! Choose from five easy DIY ideas.
That’s a wrap! Free “wintry” wrapping paper.
Five easy-to-make holiday wreaths. As easy as Ho-ho-ho.
Zara Home Kids chalked up a bazillion fab points with its chalkboard Christmas motif. You can do it, too.
(1) via Pinterest, (2) hellopomelo.wordpress.com, (3) cb2.com, (4) zarahome.es
Christmas decorating ideas from Spanish department store chain El Corte Inglés
Images above by El Corte Inglés
El Corte Inglés on La Rambla, Barcelona
It’s already the third week of November – do you know what this means? Time to dress the house for the holidays! Luckily, H&M has made the job easier for all with these decorating ideas. Choose from: (1) a warm, rustic interior with red and neutral tints, (2) a white and silver gray palette combined with shiny details, (3) a mixture of lace and soft velour in white and gold, and (4) a classic red and white look with a playful twist. More Christmas-related posts in the coming days!
Want to add some industrial details to your home even if its main style is far from industrial? Check out these furniture and lighting pieces from the autumn/winter collection of Diesel Lifestyle. I’m in love with the first chair!
Hello, everyone! How was your weekend? My project is still eating up much of my time but I’m hoping that things will get less crazy by the end of the month. I can’t wait to finish it so that I can share it with you. In the meantime, I bring you these inspiration photos that I found on Pinterest. Have a nice day!
Here’s my favorite tongue twister: Please pick pretty patterns and printed pastels for perfect accents that make your home a proper place for rest and a pleasant place for play. (That wasn’t so hard, was it?)