A beautiful plant is like having a friend around the house. – Beth Ditto
I love the idea of using a bench in the dining room. It’s as if you are always having a picnic – without leaving the comforts of home.
This doesn’t feel like Christmas at all but it makes my inner minimalist self smile. Nativity set designed by Oliver Fabel (via design-moderne.com)
Simple lines, neutral tones, and soft linen and cotton fabric. The latest spring/summer offering of Spanish brand Margarite truly has the right ingredients of sweet elegance. No wonder these little ladies and gents are all smiles.
Theres a bit of history behind ghost chairs and one involves no less than a king. Philippe Patrick Starck, French product designer, took the form of the Louis XVI chair and reinvented it using a single piece of polycarbonate plastic. The result: a postmodern chair with neoclassic lines. Another popular transparent chair by Starck is the armless Victorian ghost chair which was based on its 18th century predecessor. (Cheaper replicas can now be bought, or rented for use in large events.) Ghost chairs are chic, contemporary, minimalist. They are versatile, blending well with practically all kinds of material. And, man, don’t they make outdoor weddings look simply ethereal?