Oct 20, 2016

Wall decor... 3 gorgeous pictures to tell you why art is a game changer

Hello, after a hiatus! Dropping in your way to say hi and to share some wall decor eye-candy ideas.

When it comes to decorating your spaces, I clearly see two game changers... wall paint/wallpaper, and wall art. What do you think?

Watch a room get elevated with a bold, supersized canvas...
 : Wall decor, decorating with art

This much charm and chutzpah in one room
9 Dark, Rich & Vibrant Rooms that Will Make You Rethink Everything You Know About Color | Apartment Therapy:

The framed beauties take the glory in this modern and edgy room...
modern, edgy, bohemian:

No wall be bare, 
No wall be characterless, 
Don't you agree?

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Feb 28, 2016

Three groovy picks - The stylist's alphabet, graphic art and faux plants

Summer's almost here and the city's floral bounty leaves me smitten as it has every other year!

I am also deeply intrigued by these three finds this week, I hope these will feed your soul too.

(1) The Stylist Alphabet series of blog posts where Sibella Court lets us into the curios, mementos and elements she has gathered over the years, in alphabetical order. The most aesthetically appealing A-to-Z I'd have loved to read as a kid :-)
An Indian, bohemian art and design blog

If you ask me, The Society Inc has one of the BEST designed websites - appeals to me at every single level. And of course, Court's book Gypsy is a coveted coffee table book taking one into a tour of the bohemian interiors in the Galapagos and Ecuador, Indochine, Turkey, Scotland, and Transylvania. 

(2)  The bold, minimal graphic art by London-based Malika Fawre
An Indian, bohemian art and design blog

(3) Abigail Ahern's faux plants
An Indian, bohemian art and design blog

An Indian, bohemian art and design blog
The closest to natural flora as it can get, with that fresh, wild feel to them.

Apr 28, 2015

3 groovy picks - Rugs, Typography, Illustration

A silent prayer goes out to Nepal in distress. In the wake of the horrific earthquake, this news about IKEA's flat-pack shelters for the displaced, is beautifully relevant. More power to socially conscious design!

That aside, here are three amazing creatives who should fire your creativity this week...
(1) Carpets by Faig Ahmed. Love the way he breaks down the conventional structure of traditional rugs and randomly rearranges the resulting components of the traditional composition.

(2) Dana Tanamachi a whiz in hand lettering and effortless typography. You've got to start with this video of her personal project called Flourish, and go from there. I am bowled away!

(3) Assa Ariyoshi's graphic illustrations. Captivated by the way she blends bold colors, straight lines, and just the right curves.

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