On today’s blog post I’m sharing with you yet another great Instagram discovery: artist Kayce Hughes. Her paintings are bright, simple and very covetable. Hughes work is praised by amazing designers such as Sarah Bartholomew, Mark D Sikes or Pencil & Paper Co.
I love the way Kayce sells her artwork through Instagram. She posts one or two works per day on her beautifully styled feed. You can buy them just by commenting on the picture, easy peasy but you have to be quick!
En el post de hoy comparto otro de mis “descubrimientos Instagram” la artista Kayce Hughes.
If you follow me on Instagram you should know by now that I love tablesettings. From fancy dinners to ordinary lunches, I think everybody deserves to eat in style!
Today I’m sharing with you the ultimate online destination for luxury tableware: Bonadea. On their website you can discover and shop a curated selection of the finest brands and artisans: Laboratorio Paravicini, L’Objet or Lladró (just to name a few!)
Here’s my wishlist (Fingers crossed Santa checks my blog ;))
Si eres uno de mis seguidores de Instagram sabrás que me encantan las mesas bonitas: desde una cena de gala a un almuerzo de lo más casual, soy de las que piensa que siempre deberíamos comer con estilo.
Hoy quiero compartir con vosotros una dirección que os será de gran ayuda para crear el tablesetting perfecto: Bonadea. Marcas como Laboratorio Paravicini, L’Objet o Lladró….¡a un solo click!
Aquí os muestro mi wishlist (esperemos que Santa o los Reyes Magos visiten mi Blog 🙂 )
I’ve been following British brand Fermoie for a while and I must say that I love everything they do. Their fabrics are classic but playful, the colors are so chic and the patterns are just perfect!
Llevo siguiendole la pista a la marca inglesa Fermoie desde hace algún tiempo y he de reconocer que adoro todo lo hacen. Sus telas son el perfecto balance entre tradicional y contemporáneo y añaden el toque final a cualquier interior.
Fermoie‘s inspiration lies in the pages of a large portfolio of paint colours that it was given to Tom Helme when he was appointed advisor on decoration to the National Trust. Passed on from Christopher Wall, then historic buildings representative, the portfolio’s sheets and scraps of paint colour had been applied by John Fowler, from whom Tom took over, and kept and collated by Christopher.
Alongside Martin Ephson, Tom is now co-founder of Fermoie. Tom continues to consult the swatches of colour and strokes of paint which provide inspiration for their own unique method of fabric printing.
“Fermoie’s aim is to capture the life, light and enjoyment of old woven extiles. We print traditionally with a light touch using pigments creating a subtle impression but with the depth of a woven fabric”, Tom Helme, Co-founder