Monday, August 22, 2011

Smallest consumers and their resources

The following pictures are from JeongMee Yoon's website, from The Pink and Blue Project. It seems that they give some food for thought... about how the market actually controls our taste from the birth. Well, my daughter looks gorgeous in pink, but if she will want to have absolutely everything in that color? Can it be harmful in any way? Over this and other things the author wonders himself, so have a nice read and click to see the rest of the pictures.


Monday, August 15, 2011

Kids' rooms you don't want to leave

It seems that fantasy of interior design is inversely proportional to the growth of the host. I'm telling you, it's hard to find anything near that fun, fresh and original for adults. Well, maybe some fancy hotels got some sort of that vibe. So, may it be that we lose the appetite for fun with aging? No, it can't be that for sure. It's probably the conspiracy of the design world... :) It's them who decided that we all have similar looking couches and televisions, that we have to go out by the door and have to go to sleep in beds :) Well... maybe it's time to make your home a little more upside down for a change :) Good luck

Photo by New House of Art

Photos by Babble
Photo by A list baby
Photo by Cici Crib

Photos by House Design Decorating
Photo by Digs Digs
Photo by Growing Your Baby
Photo by HGTV
Photo by naBuzz
Photo by Project Wedding
Photo by via House

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Succulent wreath best for depression

I am convinced that both doing it and looking at it, brings relief when the reality bites. It's commonly known that beautiful things enhance well-being, and gardening relaxes to the max. So, instead of visiting a therapist, everyone should make a succulent wreath... ha ha. Well, genius :) Honestly, I'm not kidding. I believe that these wreaths are a great alternative for placing all the boring flower pots on the windowsill. Learn here how to do it.

Photo by Scenes from my hood
Photo by Viva Terra
Photo by Succulent cacti wreaths
Photo by Apartment Therapy
Photo by Flora Grubb
Photo by Spark the event

Photos by The succulent wreath

Photos by You paid more then me
Photo by Longwood Garden
Photo by Little Pheasant

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