Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Magical plants


A sweet doll house home for magical plats! look at the site - the paper plants are divine!

Friday, 31 January 2014

It meant to be so many thigs. But in the end....

The trigger to this scene was the fire place. I had it ages . I planned and planned and nothing came of it untill now. Than, on one of my morning walks I found the floor and loved it. Architects sample just thrown out....
 So here I was , intending to form some some chalet scene. But it soon occured that any outer view would ruin the fireplace effect. And so I ended up with a somewhat seventy's feel, quirky ( the ear plug frame being the art) and very colorful.
I love my Patie Johnson " x2 minis "  love seat and leather chair.
The love seat was the main push to this color pallet.
well is it elegant? quirky?vintage? cosy?  you tell me!


Wednesday, 15 January 2014

No Mini this time

This is no by no way  Mini. Its a maxi you could say- a huge rooster, and a blue one!
Its made out of papier machee and is painted acrylic.The inspiration is mixed- Japanese pattern, waves and some lace. enjoy!

Sunday, 12 January 2014

Over a year ago

over a year ago I took this photo but totally forgot about it . So its revived!
The chrochet throw was done by Hanna my friends sister who is atrue knitting wiz. Thanks Hanna!

Friday, 9 August 2013

New Black & White

THank you Anna Maria, Megan and Patie!

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Hot Summer Days ( and nights) - in the library

There is a song in Hebrew:" Nothing happens In the Hot Summer nights "
... not true in my case!
 ( Still is a  beautiful song)

This is my first post after ages! A lot has happened here but not on line.
 I'll try to show some!
We are in the middle of summer. August the heaviest month of the year awaits me with the rest of us Israelis and Mediterraneans.
It realy is the hottest, most humid month of the year. When September comes, we see some hope and yearn for automn.
And so, I think of India or some other tropical climates, where there are some  gentlemen of the old school left, with their fans and scotch  and lots of books and African/south American / Asian  memorabilia.

I designed a somewhat conseptual space , it took a long time to choose the right photos.I do not take time how long it takes....
The flooring, the stairs and some of the wall "dressing"  are my neighbor contibution.
He makes wine- and uses these Australian oak squares for when the wine is flavored.
 I just rinsed them and set of to work.

I really wanted it "shabby chick " , did I make it? I wonder.
I turned this hutch into shabby - at the break of dawn.....
The book shelves on the right are Patie Jonson of http://www.etsy.com/shop/minisx2 
I adore her work!

Tuesday, 22 January 2013