Hi there! Welcome to part five of my personal style posts on creative spaces – which mostly covers interior decor of my pretty little apartment and bedroom. If you have read my past posts, you will know by now that I am obsessed with fashion books and magazines. They are more than just books to me, I treat them as art. Instead of frames of paintings, I have displayed all my fashion books on top of shelves standing and stacked, which jewel trinkets hanging off the covers – my version of modern art! This is such a fun way to display all your beautiful coffee table books instead of letting them pile up and catch dust.
If you want more interior inspiration, make sure you check out my part one, two and three on my apartment interiors –
Happy Tuesday! x
Hellooooooo! Anyone need some creative inspiration for their blogs, style, home decor or …just want to stare at pretty images all day? Well look no more, just follow my account on Pinterest – my total obsession! I am constantly ‘pinning’ all things fashion, beauty, interiors, shoes and travel.
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Okay so, a while ago I posted an interior decor feature which gave you all an inside look at my current bedroom here in Melbourne (https://adoreardor.wordpress.com/2013/09/23/my-style-monday-my-bedroom-my-bliss/). I have an obsession with interior decorating and constantly find myself gravitating towards all the chic interior design ‘pins’ on Pinterest and picking up knick-knacks for my room . It’s sort of an addiction and tends to burn a hole in my pocket more times than less!
Over the holidays, I flew back home and stayed in my childhood house where I found familiar comforts again in my old bedroom. Maybe I’ve always felt the need to ‘style’ any room I’ve lived in because when I stepped into my old bedroom again, it was easy to see the reflection of my creative side going back all those teenage years! It was refreshing to dig up old artwork and paintboxes from university, re-read my vast Vogue collection, see the faded D&G, Valentino and other fashion posters up on the walls and source fresh inspiration from the piled fashion books.
Here is a snapshot look into my original bedroom that will hopefully give you some inspiration to make your space a unique one!
Happy Tuesday! x
This image really resonates with my mood especially today since I have been on the hunt for a perfect little desk and creative space for my room (this involved a rather difficult trip to IKEA today – that place is overwhelming!). Currently, I am typing this from my dangerously cozy bed and it’s getting more and more clear that if I continue working like this, I am another yawn away from having a completely unproductive day. I truly believe that we should treat our work space as our own little creative hub and should feel inspired to work from that space each day. I’m loving the romantic view of the Eiffel Tower with the delicate fresh flowers and books. If this was my desk, I would never want to leave!
Et toi? x