Showing posts with label Decoration. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Decoration. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

I love you : The Wall

"To find the song that you once could sing 
Where there is hope there is a dream". 
Song Of Reconciliation
-Susan Ashton 

In a world marked by violence and dominated by individualism, walls, like frontiers, are usually made to divide and to separate people and to protect them from one another. On the contrary, Le mur des je t'aime (I love you : the wall) is a link, a place of reconciliation, a mirror which reflects an image of love and peace downtown Paris Montmartre, in France. With over 311 written declarations in 250 different languages, I love You : The Wall has become a meeting place for lovers.

I love you : the wall is a monument dedicated to love erected in the romantic garden of the Square Jehan Rictus Place des Abbesses in Paris Montmartre. The work of art, created by Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito has become a meeting place for lovers of Love. 

For a lovely walk or a hike, an unusual step for your honeymoon, the discovery of a missed spot, for saying I love you in different languages, to stroll in the most romantic place in Paris, it´s an invitation to discover the The Wall of Love in music and images.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Wooster & Jeeves

"Because I'm invited to step out this evening
With top hat and white tie and tails."
Top Hat, White Tie And Tails 
- Fred Astaire

Suspension lamps Wooster & Jeeves have been designed by Jake Phipps taking the exact shape of the classic top hat and the bowler respectively by a tribute to British history.

Both reflect the class system of British society in the late XIX century in which the wealthy high society gentlemen word top hat and those belonging to the working class used the bowler (Anglo-Saxon symbol par excellence).

Jeeves Bowler hat lamp, Jake Phipps

With these designs Jake Phipps manages to turn a cultural icon in a funny lighting element reminiscent of past times of British society.

The most attractive way to place these lamps are grouped randomly evoking a group of citizens gathered.

Jeeves Wooster Bowler & Top hat lamp, Jake Phipps

The two lamps are made of felt and lined inside with aluminum (silver in the case of Wooster and gold if Jeeves) to increase light reflection.

The designer, Jake Phipps, has his studio located in London and is dedicated to designing products that are manufactured on a large scale.

Wooster lamp hat, Jake Phipps

You can find the original information here

Happy Weekend! 

Monday, January 19, 2015

Anti Scary Childen Bedroom with an Easy Budget Decoration

Inspiration to transform a boring bedroom into a cosy sleeper's paradise and tips to help children at night. 

The bunk bed has come a long way from its previous rough-and-ready utilitarian image as a cheap way to accommodate children at the same bedroom, creating complicity between brothers and sisters.

Children do not think like adults. Most of the world is unknown to the child. Children are scared because their imagination grows and suddenly become afraid of the dark, why not leave a light on for them? 

Sleep time is scary time for little people. Fear of the dark and separation from parents is a double fear that keeps many children awake. Put on a night-light. You can get more information at notsoperfectparent

When you help your child to wake up happy, it affects not only the child’s life, but on everyone the child meets in his/ her day. Waking up on the wrong or right side of the bed is not a phenomenon only for the adults among us. You can find ways to help your child at parenting.allwomenstalk

Many families have no choice in the matter, we know families that have three bedrooms. And yet they chose to have their children sleep in the same room. More information at Sleepsisters

Another wonderful insight into a child's belief in the power of their teddy bear, protecting innocent children from monsters-under-the-bed since since we can remember. Let us enlighten them with our Cotton Ball Light.

                    This happy and lovely elephant by Andreas Linzner

If your budget was restrained at this stage you can't go past, A few old branches aren’t worth much to utake a moment now to stop, breathe, and dive into your imagination.

                    All photos were taken from

Always Keep Your Beautiful Imagination and Exquisite Humor

Monday, January 05, 2015

Watercolor Wall(Paper)
Lately, we’ve been seeing some appealing images of watercolor walls. We thought, we’ll do that ourself. Easier said than done. From our limited knowledge of it, the beauty of watercolor has much to do with the paper, which allows the paint to bleed in interesting ways. So we started hunting for solutions.
After reading some interesting watercolor techniques here, including using salt, we found some beautiful examples
…we were just hatching possible estrategias for watercolor walls when we came across the origins of the ones we’ve seen on design blogs: take a look at Black Crow Studios they makes watercolor wall paper in large scale non-repetitive designs.
via French by Design

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Mix Of Inspiration

We've always loved the ball-lights Cotton Ball. It is possible that soon will make it yourself or do it yourself, because the rules for its implementation.

Cotton Ball is a truly universal decoration, which occurs in a variety of color combinations, and which actually check in any room: bedroom, living room, children's room, bathroom, hallway. Decorate a balcony, terrace or at the dinner table. I like best the light in color white, beige and brown and most me see it in her bedroom. Cotton Balls make the rooms look more interesting and much cozier, moreover, see for yourself :) 

 Drapee cotton ball lights around a mirror, this is such a quick and  easy way to enhance the ambience in the bedroom.

 Illuminate the Entrance & Hallway into a magical pathway with Cotton ball light, the best way to Lighting the steps.

A colorful cotton ball lights adds fun and whimsy details.

 The corner deco...balls in corner

Absolutely adore the little kitchen deco.
All potos were taken from

You like this kind of decorations? Or maybe you have your Cotton Balls or plan to parchase?All the information at

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Our Top Wishes for Christmas

"I just want you for my own 
more than you could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want for Christmas is you
You, baby"
All I Want For Christmas Is You

It´s nearly time to receive and concede grant wishes and receive presents. Here you are some of our top wishes for this festive season:

More Time

These wings for the wall in our office, They help us to fly

These comfortable looking Adidas trainers

The intoxicating scent of Angel perfum from Thierry Mugler

To be in good  company

An unmatched vintage cups set from a local second hand store

This greenhouse, no other, this. Here is where we want to make our pop up stores, our meetings with our customers drinking a cup of tea while we imagine the next event

The inspiring book The Girl with Glass Feet

A retro phone would be such a great accessory, chic and funny

And of course some of our colourful light garlands to enhance any place in your home

Apart from love and health, This is our inaugurated monthly wishlist.

What are your wishes for Christmas?

Much Love!!!

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Our Great Ball Light Garland

"We round a racetrack through your mom's kitchen chairs

And fought the shadows back down your dark basement stairs.
I lit a match and let it catch to light up the room."
Hot Air Balloon
Owl City

You can make it or buy it!

It’s one of those ideas perfect for every occasion, to light the wall, the window, the ceiling, to use it in a party, inside or outside if weather permits. There are hundreds of designs, materials and colours that you can apply to it to match your design scheme.

You will need:
  • Twine in the colour of your choice. The wire's thickness depends on your taste
  • PVA Glue ~ About 1/2 litre, This is Polyvinyl acetato
  • Cornflour
  • Warm water
  • 20 Balloons
  • Marker pen
  • Vaseline
  • Disposable tin
  • A long piece of wood, as a stick or a broom to hang the balloons
  • Twinkly light garland to attach the twine-balls
  • Lightbulb garland

We show you how to make it in a few steps!

First of all blow-up the balloons, one for each ball and draw a circule around the top using your marker so you know where to wrap your trine up to, then smear the balloons with a thin coating of Vaseline, this will stop your twine from sticking to the balloons.

Tie a piece of string to the ends of each balloon and then around an old piece of wood between two fixed points. This allows you to work on them while the balloons are hanging. Make sure you have something underneath to avoid the drips.

To make your glue mixture, take the disposable tin and mix up PVA glue, a few tablespoons of corn flour and warm water. You want the mixture to be smooth, not too runny, and make sure there’s lots of it as trine is quite absorbent.

This is the key part. Take the twine and dip it into the glue mixture until it is entirely soaked, then start to wrap it around the balloon, both vertically and horizontally until you get the desired effect. When you have finished, snip off the end of the twine and tuck it underneath another piece so it doesn’t stick out. Do the same with every balloon.

Leave to dry overnight. You will find that your twine balls have now gone hard, if they haven’t then just leave them a little longer until they are fully set. Pop them, then remove the balloons. You can spray paint the trine balls into a desired colour or leave it in its natural colour if you prefer and attach to your light garland.

Would you like to give a go or would you like to buy it in our store:

                                                                 Much Love

Friday, November 07, 2014

Our ideas for 70's Parties

Dance and forget our time is gone
A thing to remember when we're all alone
So dance, it's our way to say goodbye,
Yes, all we have to do is".
Dance (While The Music Still Goes On)

Yesterday we spent the afternoon looking at the necklaces that our tribal supplier has sent, it was already dark so we couldn´t take any proper pic to show you. We decided to celebrate it with a drink while my BLOOMING friend was playing the guitar, have you seen the picture on instagram
We are so happy to share with you that our first post got 250 visits, that's amazing, thank you very much for your interest.
This week I'd like to show you some ideas I've got on Pinterest to decorare our friend birthday party.

She decided that she wants a 70's party in the early afternoon and we should dress up accordingly. So I've got some ideas of what to do.
To start, in the building entrance which she has rentes for the event we will display a photo call, so the people can warm up to the atmosphere cheering up with the pictures and the custom accessories

As we will have an theme we will stick some globes on the wall with washi tape saying Happy birthday like this

Paper lamps will be hanging on the ceiling, we have got several of them and we will paint them with glitter as a make your own disco ball.

diy craft TUTORIALS

The final decoration will be the tableare  full of bright colours and combined with the paper lamps and happy birthday balls.

Lot´s of details can be aded to the party, glasses, wigs, glitter lollipops, vinil discos, mirror balls, depending on the party hour and the guess age.
Therefore, we will just need to take a drink and enjoy the music.

Would you like us to help you with our ideas for one of your parties? Just drop us an email.
Check all these pictures on our 70's Parties on Pinterest