Tagged with living style

Kirra Jamison’ s cheerful artistic house in Melbourne

Kirra Jamison’ s cheerful artistic house in Melbourne

Today, we are visiting the two-story warehouse-style home of Melbourne-based artist, Kirra Jamison. The house is  reflecting the colorful, warm, simple and easy-going Australian style. In this exciting creative home; furniture and art come together with most stylish taste. In a way,  I could say the interior decor of the home is an extension of … Continue reading

Wishing love and peace on earth!

Wishing love and peace on earth!

Peace, love and harmony are 3 things speaking the common language of humanity. Those are the feelings which create the real purpose of our being and we go after them all throughout our lives. They deeply rise in heart and soul.  Once we find  them we never want to loose them ever again.  No doubt, since … Continue reading

Decorating your home using pastel colors

Decorating your home using pastel colors

This year, to use pastel colors are not only very popular but also very trendy both for interior and fashion world. Therefore, recently we often come across photos  of great interior spaces, styling photos colored by wonderful soft shades of   milky and sorbet colors. They are truly inspiring and gives perfect tips for creating … Continue reading

An unusual design Hotel built on theme of design, Hotel Droog

An unusual design Hotel built on theme of design, Hotel Droog

droog hotel roomservice cafe and tea room Here is another very interesting design Hotel called droog is located at the historical center of Amsterdam. This unusual hotel concept is not build on sleep but rather to live by design respecting creativity and contemporary living style. The fantastic interior concept is minimal, comfortable, colorful and very social. The above elegant and … Continue reading

Style your office the way it makes you happy!

Style your office the way it makes you happy!

What could be more inspirational than living and working in a space according to your desired stylewithout defined borders.  Why to limit the options only to what has been perceived as an acceptable classic office type of space? I think many people and cooperations are falling into that mistake and they keep on creating close boxes for their … Continue reading