Let me get this straight. I don't cook. I don't bake. I'm terrible in the kitchen. BUT, when it comes to decorating cupcakes, then yes, that I'll do! Here is my next decoratinf project: lovely christmas tree cupcakes seen on Martha Stewart's show!
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Leroy Street Studio architects and decorator Christine Markatos Lowe adapt a 19th-century New York City home for a young family. The design team managed to spruce up the old house for contemporary living without losing sight of its history or
compromising its character. More photos here!
Ahhh, it's that wonderful time of the year again, the weekend of discounts and offers! My etsy shop, Sacred & Profane Designs celebrates Black Friday and Cyber Monday with a special coupon code that offers you 20% OFF for three whole days, from Friday, the 23rd till Monday the 26th, on all of my shop's items! Just enter the code "BF2012CM" during etsy's checkout and get the items you love in a lower price! And don't forget to spread the word to friends and relatives or to anyone who just loves unique typography prints and posters!
A couple that moved back to New York after their children left for college worked with William Sofield for two years on renovating a 1920s three-level maisonette with views on the East River. But it turned out that renovating this "palatial" space was quite a challenge that kept the well-known architect and designer awake at nights puzzling over the apartment's configuration: "Over the decades, it
had been divided into smaller units, then reconsolidated. When the couple
purchased it, the layout of the spaces offered a lot of drama, but not much
delight. “It had been opened up almost in a loftlike manner, which actually
made it enormously difficult to use,” says Sofield. “There were extreme changes
of scale. The large rooms felt desolate, and the small rooms oppressive.” But for Sofield - who is known for his ability to reinterpret modernism - every problem has a solution. He found that the best decision was to erect back the walls which made the space feel much larger. As for the house's decor, antiques and items from famous designers were picked mainly from Paris, giving a sense of restricted glamour to every room. More photos here.
It's the perfect place to fall in love; Paris has a reputation for being one of the most romantic cities in the world. And my latest art typography print "Let's Fall in Love in Paris" is all about falling in love in the city of lights! It will be available later today on my etsy shop and it will be a great gift for your loved one!
My mum and I must be two of the very few people who like the blue and black color combination. If you take a closer look to these two rooms, you'll understand why. The photos prove that black and blue can be put together without giving a gothic look to a space. On the contrary, these two colors give an elegant and grown-up feeling that you'd be proud to show off to your guests!