How cool are these sculptures constructed from international bills? Canadian artist Kristi Malakoff skillfully folds, cuts, and pastes paper money from all over the world to create three-dimensional polygons. I’m envious of her talent and would just kill to have an oversized version for my bookshelf!
We’re stopping to smell the roses with this week’s reader requested DIY. Prada‘s spring jewelry collection, comprising of necklaces, bracelets, brooches and earrings featuring large resin flowers and crystals, is flawlessly retro and delightfully feminine. With the abundance of assorted resin cabochons and pear-shaped rhinestones available online, you’ll have a ball customizing your very own pair of danglers. Honestly!
I never wore a veil at my wedding, but these precious hair adornments from Twigs & Honey are the kinds of swoon-worthy things that make me want to get married all over again . . . to the same fellow, of course!
Argentinian designer Leandro Dominguez aims to represent a textile narrative in his collections. I can honestly live in every single one of these pieces from the warm, earth toned knitwear to the nature-inspired printed jackets and pants. So effortlessly chic!
I’m currently on a serious mission to find a large, traditional Beni Ourain rug for our living room. These incredibly plush rugs, made by the Beni Ourain tribe and other neighboring tribes in the mountains of Morocco, typically feature a black diamond pattern and are woven into a cream foreground. An authentic piece can be quite costly but alas, my search carries on and my collection of inspiration photos continues to grow . . .