French this and that...

A clever way of displaying your favorite concert or museum visit on a pillow.  You can  buy this piece here

The scent at the Hotel Costes in Paris is intoxicating. Bring the scent home with you in one of their candles. Available here.

This beautifully made candle holder by Astier de Villate, expresses the natural movement of a tree. Being a lover of nature, I particularly love this piece. You can find this and other pieces here.

I love the French jewelry designer Marion Vidal. Each piece is like a piece of art.
 Have a look here.

Another French jewelry designer is, Aurelie Biderman. 
She does have a store NYC or you can shop online here.

If art is what you fancy then take a look here
You will find original watercolor pieces made by Sandra Ovono, in Brittany, France. 

Alas, if it is  French interior inspiration on your mind, then check out this article in


More rose...

Ever since I've been in search of  pink interiors, they seem to be popping up everywhere. From pink sofas to pink wallpaper to pink decorative accents. Days after I posted my love of pink,  Vogue also posted Caroline Sieber's beautiful London home. It is beautifully curated with touches of pink, it must be a respite from the gray London sky. I absolutely love it. 

Here is the wallpaper she used in her living room. You can find it here.

Images via Vogue.


Rose on my mind...

This pallet is on my mind and I can't stop thinking about it.  I would like to add a touch of it to my decor.   I've never thought myself as a pink fancier however, as of late,  I'm loving this shade of pink. It looks especially beautiful with the pale sky blue color. 

images via pinterest 


Black Lace...

I am a sucker for black but add lace and I just can't get enough. I am loving these pieces, simple yet elegant. 


Holiday Magazine

Originally launched in 1946  Holiday Magazine was one of the most exciting magazines in the United States. At the top of its game, the magazine had more than a million subscribers. It has now relaunched 37 years later.  It is designed in Paris, France and written in English. I would love to get my hands on the Autumn/Winter 2015-2016 edition. 



It has been months since I have posted but I will try and be more consistent. 

So, lately I have been in search for the above bottles. 
They are called Demijohns and they were used widely for brewing and holding wine.  
Now they are mostly used in decorating and some even collect them. 
I love the beautiful green color and the curved shape of this object.
 They can be used for decorating a room or even to hold flowers. 
I find them so interesting and mostly love that they were air blown and molded. 

First three images via google. Last two taken by me.