Posts Tagged ‘Birds’
This ceramic owl has been sitting around our apartment for a few years now. I rescued it from a thrift store and never got around to fixing it up. It had little cracks and an overall dingy appearance no matter how many times I tried cleaning it up.
I saw an article in Lonny Magazine the other day showing how to use metallic gold paint to perk up inexpensive decorations. Cute! I decided to go with silver and bought a can of $3 Krylon metallic spray paint. Simple enough and there is plenty of paint left for other projects. I think it will be great for the holidays and now Mr. Owl is being proudly displayed on our bookshelf.
Mai McKemy is the artist behind the lovely designs at Woodland Belle. Each piece is created one at a time and by hand from her home-based studio in Asheville, North Carolina. She gets her inspiration for creating woodland themed jewelry and accessories from her mountainous surroundings.
This week’s edition of interiors features the home of Danielle Thompson. She is a blogger and owner of Kitschy Digitals and Tiny Bazaar. Her newly decorated living room is highly inspired by the 60′s and 70′s. I love the way the room is put together. Especially the wall color, owls, birds and cameras. Enjoy!
“I love mixing new items with vintage. I love the hodge-podgyness. I love that nothing is matchy-matchy. I often don’t put alot of forethought into how I’m going to decorate. I just throw it all in and see if it works. Sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes it does.” – Danielle Thompson
At Ninainvorm on etsy you will find handmade screen printed ceramics, screenprints and collages, as well as some redecorated vintage ceramics. All colorful and bright with prints of flowers and birds, each item is made, decorated and finished by hand and therefore unique.
Bird and Bunting Plate : $44.00
A Clean Simple Jug : $32.00
Lovebirds Plate : $28.00
The Second Bunting Teapot : $56.00
Modern Baby Clock Owl : $48.00
Cuckoo Clock : $28.00
Decoylab is a multidisciplinary studio where boundaries are blurred and creativity is emphasized. Types of work include traditional graphic design, art, illustration, product, motion graphics and interactive design. Owner Maiko Kuzunishi is a designer/illustrator in Kansas City, Missouri.