There is a blog called Fine Little Day. Maybe you all knew about it. I didn’t. It has a shop attached to it, a fine little shop, but what I particularly want to talk about is wallpapers. Wallpaper-envy. Of all the wallpapers on the planet, these below are of the kind I’m most passionate about. […]
Posts tagged "Vintage"
…can be a rather fun and quirky alternative to going out and buying finished wallpaper. You could surround yourself with your favourite novel or poetry collection, do your bit for the environment by recycling old newspapers, or why not use a dictionary so you’ll never have far to go when you want to look something up! :) […]
No 1 – A bathroom with the interior style concept “half rough, half luxury”.
It’s Monday evening and besides trying to figure out what to have for dinner (fried salmon and salad maybe?), I’m busy musing over the industrial vintage design style. I really love reclaimed vintage industrial furniture and fittings! So trendey! They’re rough and ready and full of history. Rusty metals, steel and brass, old wood and squeaky weird contraptions… cool and quirky. Reminds […]
Displays of natural history objects like insects, bones, seashells or just anything quirky and peculiar, along with glass bell jars (big trend alert on these!), statues or anatomical drawings, can create really interesting focal points. I think this Victorian and gothic touch works especially well in otherwise quite modern schemes as it brings out the contrast between new and old. (mouse […]
I really like the look created by mixing items from different eras in a completely current way. The contrast is fun and interesting and makes the old look older and the new newer! Mid-century classics (like the Saarinen tulip chairs from 1958 in the pic below for example) are great to use in an eras-mix as the 50s […]
The drug abuse, violin-playing and the outsmarting of super criminals aside, perhaps, I would be very comfortable living like Sherlock Holmes in his flat on Baker Street. Here I would feel free to spill tea on the carpet, paint an oil painting or two and read a stack of dusty old books in peace. Sure […]
Tranquil, bright and bang on trend – this kitchen is a perfect backdrop for adding splashes of colour and fun decorative objects.