Saturday, October 11, 2014

Bottle Beauty


Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Handmade Rustic Roses Wall Art

Handmade Rustic Roses Wall Art for your home decoration and interior design.

$27 + Shipping

Hi, this is my new salt dough craft, I love sculpting wall art pieces out of this eco-friendly and natural material.

After I finished my sculpting, I baked the wall piece at a very low temperature, and then applied white acrylic paint with several gold acryl accents.
It hangs on a cream color ribbon trim. You may easily replace it with any other material, if necessary.
Nice for cottage style homes and interiors.
Dimensions: 4.5" x 6" (11 x 15 cm)

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Handmade Rustic Roses Wall Art, Salt Dough Sculpting, Wall Decoration Interior Decor, handmade Crafts, Home Decor, Cottage Style

Friday, June 13, 2014

OOAK Freeform Crochet Floral Mixed Media Wall Art

OOAK Freeform Crochet Floral Mixed Media Wall Art/Tapestry/Hanging in Rustic Shabby Chic Style

I created this OOAK Freeform Crochet Floral Mixed Media Wall Art/Tapestry/Hanging in Rustic/Boho Shabby Chic/Cottage Style, in a smoke-free home, using brand new 100% cotton yarn, new and recycled fabric,new lace trim and a tree stick.
You will never find another piece identical to what you purchase from me.
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Wedding/Home Decorations, Table Centerpieces/Vases/Jars, Cottage Style

Wedding/Home Decorations Table Centerpieces/Vases/Jars,   Cottage Style, BOHO, Bohemian Wedding, Shabby Chic,Wedding Design/Decor

I accept custom orders for wedding table decorations, interior decorations in Cottage or Boho style, Victorian style, Shabby chic, which may be used as table centerpieces or interior decorations in a home of  "just married"!

I decorate bottles, jars, vases with vintage style lace, burlap and canvas, ribbons, etc.
The artificial flowers you see in the photos may be also added by requestt.
All the items will be created with love in a non'smoke and pet-free home of a 30+ years long happy marriage couple (that's me and my husband:-)).
The price ($55+Shipping) is for the set of 4 items, just let me know how many decorated wedding glassware you need and we'll adjust the price for your custom order.


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Saturday, March 29, 2014

10 Interior Design Trends for 2014

10 Interior Design Trends for 2014
A new year means a fresh start, and what better way to kick off 2014 than by updating the look of your home. All it takes are a few simple changes to breathe life into familiar spaces. This year’s interior design trends are all about creating dramatic impact from simplicity, because the looks are simultaneously more bold and more accessible than ever before. We’ve carefully chosen 10 of the most prominent trends for you to try. Not cheesy, not overdone, these trends are sophisticated enough to stick around for a long time to come.
1. Saturated colors
Leave gray, beige and greige in the rearview mirror in favor of deeply-saturated hues like navy and plum. In fact, navy is considered a new neutral for its ability to blend with other colors and styles. If a darker shade on the wall seems too scary, start with a piece of furniture like a sofa or sectional as your focal point and work from there.

2. Rich fabrics
Leave behind simple cottons and linens and embrace the luxurious velvet, earthy suede and even textured corduroy. These fabrics are sophisticated yet durable, and can hold up to the darker color schemes popular for 2014.

3. Modern takes on classic patterns
Floral patterns are in and always will be—just not your grandma’s florals. House Beautiful suggests taking a bold approach, mixing patterns to modernize the overall look. Shop for funky takes on classic chintz and toile to keep things fresh.

4. High style at low prices
Haute design trends have never been more affordable, thanks to retail innovations including collaborations with famous designers. Stores like Target have upped the ante by providing affordable trends to the masses while they’re still “au courant”. Now, even non-designers are totally in the know.

5. Goodbye matchy-matchy
Armed with more availability and knowledge of design trends than ever before, 2014 consumers can take bigger risks. We all know that harmonious colors don’t have to match, and the same goes for pattern finishes. Don’t be afraid to bring different colors, textures and finishes into your space. You’ll be surprised at how far you can push the boundaries and still create a cohesive look.

6. Think outside the style box
The confidence to try bold trends and mix finishes means a broader interpretation of design styles. There is no longer a need to place styles in fixed categories like “traditional”, “rustic”, “industrial” or “country.” Homes in 2014 will represent an eclectic array of stylistic influences. Picking items that speak to you individually will keep you from conforming to a rigid or overdone look.

7. Meaningful accessories
Less is more when it comes to decorative objects around the house. 2014 will leave behind kitschy, purposeless accessories. Choose objects, artwork and photos with personal significance to keep your decorative collection from getting out of hand.

8. Sculptural artwork
Branch out beyond framed prints and make your 2014 art collection stand out. Sculptural pieces add dimensionality to your walls. A range of materials and textures like felt, horn, ceramic and even macramé create unique focal points and conversation topics.

9. Natural elements
Natural materials are incorporated not just into wall art, but fabrics and furnishings, too. Cowhide is making a big appearance in the textile realm in a variety of colors and applications.

By Carla Schwartz
10. Light-toned wood
For many years, dark tones like mahogany and cherry dominated the wood furniture market. This year caramel and honey tones will take the spotlight. The softer look blends with any design style and keeps furnishings from feeling heavy or fussy.