Maison Scotch‘s spring lookbook is clashing with prints and color and we love every bit of it. Animal prints mixed with geometric patterns, earth tones combined with pops of neon, ethnic embroidery combined with tie dye . . . each and every ensemble is exactly what we would pack for an exotic trip abroad this spring.
It’s pretty impressive to see how a set of old office spaces have been restored and transformed into interior designer Soledad Suárez de Lezo‘s elegant Madrid home. I’m in love with the industrial steel windows, deco floor tiles, intricate moulding, and vibrant accoutrements. It’s fabulously eclectic (check out the set of rhinoceros feet on the coffee table) and wonderfully luminous!
I’ve got a problem. I can’t walk out of a fabric store without at least purchasing a handful irresistible notions: fancy rhinestone buttons, delicate lace trim, multi-colored embroidery floss . . . I can go on. So what to do with all the random, yet wonderfully sparkly, buttons I seem to have collected over time?! DIY a handful of bracelets, of course. Inspired by Shourouk‘s crystal wristlets, I’ll show you how I made my own version with the trusty ol’ macrame technique.