Here we are again, as every Sunday, to share with you in our decorative week those blogs that have especially drawn our attention by their findings, your inspiration or interesting experiences in the last seven days.
- Carmen Jiménez enthusiastic about the sight of this explosion of spring in one of the most solitary and rugged of the Casa de Campo Madrid areas and thus has embodied it in his watercolor, today is the image of our decorative week. No doubt a work like this could be one of our objects of desire, an ideal starting point on which to base our spring decoration.
- No no doubt us that the tapestries as a major way for home décor like a wall clock, designed to cover and decorate our homes, are also a work of art, which had not noticed is that, as we are told in medieval icons, could also be the first comics. In fact the Bayeux Tapestry, which throughout its more than sixty metres in length describes step by step – or Vignette to Vignette – the decisive battle of Hastings between Saxons and Normans, could be considered a medieval comic.
- We are at exam time and that also can be felt in the blogosphere. Ministry of Deco are a collection of images of desktops, suitable for small corners of our House and in the bureau of Lorraine very relaxing spaces, suitable to concentrate and study the most.
- Do you remember that last week I commented on Lorraine tin box? It turns out that, according to tells María del Carmen, the embossed tin is now trend, in fact she has just done a course and shows us his latest creation. As Lorraine will have to rescue his boat …
- We ended our tour with another craft, in this case of embroidery and sewing. And it is in made-inspired hand they have found some precious patterns of Misako Mimoko and they want to, as did she, to share them with all of us.
And thus said goodbye so generous, recordante, as always, that if you also have a personal blog, or know one that you think is of interest for our decorative week, We’d love you to share it with us by writing to us through our contact form. Until the Sunday.