What an exciting summer filled with a lot of flowers, a lot of love, and a lot of coffee! I feel especially grateful lately for relationships and opportunities I’ve been blessed with this summer. But as the season’s changed, I find myself even more excited to push myself harder, create new things, and for all that’s to come. ✨
Good morning! Hope you are having a good one as far, and here’s a spot of gorgeous yellow kente to boost your mood 😊.
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I was asked a few times, how I’ve learn to paint 🎨 from?
As somebody already knows I graduated in B.Arch (Interiors) from KMITL Bangkok Thailand.
Is that make sense if I could paint, Isn’t it?! 😊
Why watercolor? Because it’s make me feel free because watercolors is free and flow. .
“Art washs away from the Soul the dust of every day life”. <—this quote just so True! 🙏🏼
september is a month for commitments. this month I committed to a new sofa placement (👆🏼), dedicating a full day to online therapy sessions 💻, and hiring an associate to work at my practice (more on that later). what did you commit to this month?
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Finishing touches on these three little ones today 🌞
Aren’t these brass butterflies the coolest? 😍 Picked these up in Canton last month and finally had the time to list - prices vary by size - DM me or click the link in bio for more details!
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Found these book ends yesterday and was so excited about them I didn’t look hard enough to see if there were any imperfections - the base has a crack that looks to be fixed with super glue, and because of that they’ll go in the shop at a reduced price. Let me know if you’re interested before I list!
25218 hours ago
Love the versatility of Moroccan wedding blankets ✨
This morning in the crisp fall air we got some photos snapped of us that I’ll 100% treasure forever. It’s funny how being a photographer, I love doing this for people but it can be hard to set aside time to do it for myself and my family! So many thanks @ashleybartow for capturing these ❤️ Ps. The last photo is my life all day every day- chasing my wild boy 😂
Happy Sunday!🌱✨ Today is the last day to enter the giveaway! You’ll win both air plant hangers in this picture along with the air plants ☺️🤘🏽 To enter: head over to my post from Wednesday for instructions! Announcing the winner tomorrow!🌼
95621 hours ago
Last call for my macramé plant hanger workshop in @bullittbelfast next Sat Sept 29 from 1-4pm. This will be my second last workshop of the year and my final plant hanger session so get in before it’s gone. I hope you will join me to learn all the basic tips and knots you’ll need to create your very own plant hanging creation to transform your space!!! If this sounds like your kinda scene then message me for details of how to book. Happy knotting!!!
Photo credit @native_ivy ❤️
My very first blog post I talked about moving things from room to room just to change things up 🙌🏻Do you see the changes👆🏻👆🏻??
* * * White chest moved out and black buffet moved in
* Moved two of my modern chairs off to the corner and replaced them w that cute chair I showed you a few weeks back that I painted black at one end and a sweet cane chair I found at last week’s vintage flea market. * Threw some target dollar section pumpkins into my dough bowl on top of my seashells for a touch of fall🍁
The simple beauty of tile and plants and the Queen of Mexico, la Virgen de Guadalupe.
The warm, caramel ikat on this cushion was hand woven & hand dyed by Anastasia, a member of our partner weaving cooperative in West Borneo.
Using traditional techniques & natural, plant-derived dye, Anastasia has woven the "Pelangka" motif into her ikat piece, which is a tool made of rattan that the Dayak people once used to separate the rice from their husks. In the past, it was also used by Shamans, who believed it would cure their patients. It is a very powerful & well-known motif in Dayak villages & one that symbolises fertility, security & prosperity.