(4 min read) Now that Thanksgiving is behind us it is time to start thinking about some merry holiday shopping, aka. your fellow citizens elbowing you while rushing to grab that scarf or kid’s toy before you get to it. Ho-ho-ho! Lol! All jokes aside, we are here to make
(4 min read) Happy that the family gatherings are finally over and full from the Thanksgiving feasts, millions of shoppers grab their bags and wallets and descent on stores across their country on the Friday after the holiday. The aim is, of course, to save some considerable money on Christmas
(5 min read) In our previous blog post, we talked a bit about the simple beauty of Scandinavian design and the secret to its long-lasting presence among the most popular design movements in the history of interior design in general. In that article, I’ve promised to give you some comprehensive
(5 min read) One of the major facts of life is that — trends come and go, and there isn’t much we can do about it. The overall landscape of what is currently popular in interior design changes slightly slower than that of clothing fashion or music, but it evolves constantly nonetheless.
(4 min read) Mythology and lore created by those who came before us remain fascinating and awe-inspiring in modern times. Whether if it is Greek, Roman, Nordic, Celtic, Slavic, or any other, mythology has always been shrouded in mystery and disbelief. We are always so eager to think we’ve come
(3 min read) Fall is a beautiful time of year: it’s a season of warm colors and cozy décor. It’s also a time of change. As the leaves change color and fall off trees, why not decorate your home with a mosaic that showcases the arresting beauty of nature? The
(5 min read) Birds are intelligent and beautiful creatures. They communicate through chirps, songs, and dance. These avian creatures are mesmerizing to look at. In the world of art, birds are highly symbolic animals. They often represent freedom and the human spirit. Certain species, like the eagle, dove, or peacock,
(5 min read) Yeeey, my favorite type of topic! The one that allows me to endlessly rant and vent out my frustration into the world! Join me, folks! Sometimes I open an interior design magazine (I won’t throw names cuz that would be unprofessional) and while going through it I
(4 min read) So, it’s been a while since we did that “unpopular opinions” piece and I thought it’s just the right time to do another. This one is a bit chunkier and a bit more sarcastic, but so are we after all these quarantines and lockdowns… Coffee table books
(3 min read) The summer months are upon us, and the warm weather is an excellent time to relax and laze indoors. With the change in season comes the need for a bit of a change in home accents. We’re big fans of mixing things up, and transitioning from one
(4 min read) I was skimming through some art-related articles recently and I ran into the relatively stale news about the famous Van Gogh Museum offering a somewhat odd package of nine Van Gogh’s greatest works called the Relievo Collection. Collectors and institutions who would like to have nine of
(5 min read) Mosaic art is an image or design constructed from small colored pieces of glass, stone, or other materials on a bed of cement, plaster, or adhesive. Mosaic designs can be made with pretty much anything, including old, recycled, or found materials such as beads, buttons, and mirrors.
(5 min read) Few times throughout human history has raised the spirits of humanity been so needed as it is today in this modern-day and age. As if technology hasn’t alienated us enough, now we have to isolate ourselves from the rest of society and stare at the screen hoping
(4 min read) You may have heard of the phrase “as proud as a peacock.” These legendary male birds gracefully strut their splendid fan of feathers to attract the less colorful female or peahen. Also dubbed the king of birds, peacocks pompously walk and display their metallic-toned feathers of large
(5 min read) Open concepts seem to be all the rage in this self-isolation day and age. A simple room makeover and knocking down a wall or two can really do miracles for your mood, but is it really worth it? You’re not going to rebuild that wall you just
(4 min read) Every year, the ice, cold, and snow of winter melt away to make way for spring. At long last, frost is gone, and flowers begin to bloom. Frozen lakes and rivers return to life, with the waters flowing once again. Spring symbolizes better days ahead and new