I’ve only just got back from the Novar estate in the scottish Highlands, and I’m already planning my next trip. The week included riding, hiking, shooting, spa treatments, and some serious 4×4 off roading – heaven. I got to use my new christmas present – a Fujifilm X100- to take some photographs of the beautiful scenery, and thought I’d post a few on here…
Running dangerously late in my present buying quest and trying to keep down costs, I’ve come up with this idea, A two sided frame for my family to put on their desks. I’m going to customise them with a photograph of something dear to them and a calendar colour scheme to suit their personality or perhaps to correspond with the colour scheme in their office/ bedroom ect.
1 X photograph / image / sketch/ inspirational message?
Step 1. Making the Calendar, you can personalise it anyway you like! I used pixelmator to make mine …
2. Choose an Image! I am making this one for my dad so have decided to put a picture of his true love in the frame (his car!) I took this with out him knowing and edited on my phone using Instagram.
3. Make both components the appropriate size, 10cm x 15cm… And put them in the frame! I am Ill in bed at the moment so I haven’t gone out and bought the frame but below I’ve ‘simulated’ what the real deal will look like!
I think this will look great on his desk, and will be useful for the coming year. Below are a few more combination ideas for other friends and family.. and I think for £1 and a bit of imagination – you can’t get much better!
With the rise of incredible online platforms for artists via sites such as society6, Etsy,Nelly Duff, Redbubble and the Keep Calm Gallery – the message is clear – Posters are something to be taken seriously. They are a means of adding interest and excitement to the home without breaking the bank, and can be changed and updated which is ideal for those of us (myself included) that are perhaps a tad indecisive.
Below is a collection of interiors using posters to inspire, along with some of my favourite images..
My Home design picks from november, clockwise from the top 1. Reindeer skin, Ham interiors 2. Faux box leaf topiary pyramid, OKA 3.Victorian wooden faux bamboo painted coat hooks, 4. Vintage framed strand poster, 5. Victorian taxidermy game hen in glazed wooden case, all available at The Vintage Wall 6. Glitzy Gold Garden Stool, Furbish 7.Aesthetic movement faux earthenware pot, The Vintage Wall 8. You Rock My Boat Cushion, Graham & Green.
Apologies for the delay in posting, I’ve been busy celebrating my 22nd birthday & writing assignments for my final year at Cardiff Business school in Wales. Todays post has been inspired by the dire aesthetic surroundings I find myself in and is thanks to another days dreaming about moving to my own home and escaping the ghastly student lifestyle I have become accustomed to.