Kips Bay 2016 

This afternoon I went to check out the Kips Bay Designer Showhouse 2016 and it was amazing! 

For once and all : Blue is the way to go ! From the king blue to the Cerulean crossing the turquoise and ocean one , the beautiful townhouse showed me all the colors range than you can imagine when it comes to the primary color .

The most surprising ? Well a lot of designers are now using the grey in his silver shades as accent colors . From mate to shiny , velvet to linen, faux leather, suede or sheer the sophisticated chic touch was in the air .

Also interesting the combination of natural, beige and white on one pattern in a Patchwork style . 

In one word a mix and match of different shades from the same color either way to turn down or up the rooms where wall art and furniture become the accents/ masterpieces instead of the casual accent pillows game or curtains. 

Always on point I already knew that lavender will be the new pink . More precisely the blue periwinkle. 

Kips Bay 2016 was for me the discovery of what I kind of already felt :  The Renaissance of luxe durability fabrics. 

Designers credits : Kips Bay Decorator Showhousr 2016 

Photo Credits : Mrs Lambert 


Organic Wall Art 

When it comes to interior design I like to mix and match modern and self conscious environment. 

I’m one of those who think that industrial, eco friendly and recycling chic can live together. 

Above and Below samples of organic wall covering made out of coconut, bamboo and coffee bean from Nicaragua. They were initially sold individually and shown to clients as references … But I decided to frame the extra ones that we had and hung them on the wall as a triptych*. 

I always wanted something strong of sense as a masterpiece in my living room and I’m really proud of this one…Which complement my Death Star Chandelier (post #2 ).

*Triptych: is a work of art (usually a panel painting) that is divided into three sections, or three carved panels that are hinged together and can be folded.

Design Credit : Mr and Mrs Lambert 

Photo credits : Mrs Lambert 

Arty Thursday 

While some of you might be under the Throw back Thursday well I decided to keep it Arty . 

Tie and Dye Tee-shirt Dress accentuated with Malachite stone cuff . Less is better. 
Fashion credit : Zara Tee-shirt , handmade Cuff .

Photo : Mrs Lambert

The Stones

We all need a masterpiece in our Cosy home sweet home …And if you do have kids this pattern will give the boost that you are looking for the little Princess or Prince of your heart. 

Curtains, lamp shades , head bed or pillows nothing should stop you to be creative ! 

Easy to wash 100% linen , with a good durability you will still have to invest a little more that on a regular fabric … Why? It’s digital print, customizable and only made by order honey! 

Design credit : Tania Vartan Alabastro Dark blue & Black, Alabastro Gold. Lawton mull office’s lamp.

Photo: Mrs Lambert