Living Room or Construction Zone? Depends on the day!
Our decorative wood TV panel is coming together! Video to follow!
PS- We’ve decided to nickname our home “The Downtown Pearl.” I think it’s quite fitting considering you would never know the fun that awaits inside when you look at the outside of our building. I mean, :/ ……it’s not pretty out there. Excited to keep making progress! Happy weekend friends!Comments
Hey Friends! I’m playing around with this new program so I can start splicing together quick video tutorials for you guys! I’m excited to start doing these more often! For a test piece, I chose to show some clips of how I achieved this DIY Brushed Metal Wall! There are still some kinks to work out (like an off-centered pic and some blurriness), but check it out and see if you like the concept of using quick, to the point videos for revealing projects and getting insight on how they come to be!
Of course I will get much better at putting these together! I only had two songs to choose from in the music library, so I’ll definitely need to add some selections! :/
PS- If anyone has suggestions on great and easy video editor/splicer apps, please let me know!Comments
Have you heard of Banksy? A good friend of mine turned me on to this British based artist that seems to have a lot of mystery surrounding him. You can find all sorts of theories swirling around on the internet about Banksy, but for the sake of this post, I’m going to keep things simple and focus on the art.
Banksy is known for his graffiti art that always makes a statement. Whether irreverent, pertinent, or humorous- Banksy’s work always draws attention. Here are a few of his pieces to show you what I mean…
I love, love this piece where the graffiti mimics the stained glass look of a massive church window.
And for whatever reason, I am drawn to this idea of taking fine art and making it not so serious. I’m working on my own little project after being inspired by this guy below.
Actually, Banksy has me thinking that graffiti might have a place in a few of my designs. I like the idea of graffiti art, but what about graffitied furniture………?
I’m totally thinking about it! Stay tuned!
PS- For more info on Banksy, google him. His website is no help, but you can find his work all over Pinterest!Comments
Hey Friends! This Monday morning Tulsa is covered in a blanket of snow. And although I should probably embrace the day and head outside for some sledding and snow angels, I’m dreaming of warmer weather. Anthropologie is ready for spring too and their newest windows are full of whimsical deliciousness with a hot air balloon theme. Take a look and day dream for a moment with me!
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I love how Anthro creates depth in their windows by using different planes (the actual window glass, the background wall, and all the space in between. So visually appetizing! Now, I’m going to go use this creative juice that was just generated on my clients’ spaces!
Ciao for now!Comments
A little sneak peek of what I’ve been working on this week…..
I can’t get enough gold and gray! A full reveal coming soon y’all! Have a lovely weekend!Comments