On her website, Madeleine Mibo has this to say about wallpaper, "After the long, magnolia decade that was the 1990s, wallpaper has slowly made a comeback. Hooray!" This UK designer has a clean yet graphic style that translates well not only to wallpaper but throughout her home decor collection.
I was just scanning through a cute store in SF, called Doe and wanted to share a few fun things I found. There really need to be more stores like this in the NC area....hmm..
Here is what they have to say "doe is located on lower haight street, in the heart of san francisco. best described as a miniature department store, we stock a range of goods – from women’s clothing and accessories to baby goods and housewares.....family owned and operated, doe is a vital force in a thriving artistic community. inspired by nature and modern design; doe is organic, evolving, and always forward-thinking. come visit us often – the best is yet to come!"
After surfing through the website See Jane Work, I found a few office supplies that I consider to be essential yet pleasing to look at. Who said the office space had to be drab by only using items that are black, gray, and brown...definitely not my rule!
Although I only share wedding inspiration with you on Wednesday, you better believe its always around every day of the week. I've had the chance to visit the local bridal shows and the dress shops and I have come to the conclusion that:
a) anything with the word "wedding" on it, you can expect a mark up in price
b) it's impossible to find bridesmaid dresses that are not solid color and a sash is the only alternative
c) you have to play along in the dress shops even when you tell them, "I don't want strapless, ballroom, or beads"
I apologize for my cynical nature, but with three weddings in my family this year - and 2 more that I am in...I've got wedding fever! Don't worry, I am loving 2008 and the festive excitement of wedding bells, I just can't help but try to figure out new ways to throw the same party. So I welcome any suggestions :-)
Any-who, above is my weekly wedding inspiration board, hope you enjoy :-)
It's Flickr Tuesday again! The group that I want to share this week is called "Stationery Junkies". From the quirky to the sophisticated, this group has something for everyone who is a lover of stationery.
[Images are from t-b: Letteria, Things are Better with a Parrott, Things are Better with a Parrott, Bellis Studios, Somethings Hiding in Here]