One of the big trends getting stronger the past couple of seasons is out and out GLAM. Shine. Glitz. GaGa. Sometimes it can be hard to live with unless you have a penthouse in Vegas or a pied a terre in Hollywood because you can end up with a beauty parlor look if you’re not careful. But when it’s tastefully done, as it is here by Lisa Versacio at Brocade, glam can be very soothing and peaceful. Note how the printed bed linens pick up the cutwork on the headboard? And the touches of this season’s favorite green color make a nice accent. See more pics at their facebook page for inspiring ways to incorporate glam into your home. I also love the bead curtain–a classical feng shui cure when used properly. And orchids always add ch’i to any room. Well done!
Daily Archives: April 1, 2011
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JAPAN’S TREE OF HOPE
‘Tree Of Hope’ Stands As Poignant Symbol In Japan : The Two-Way : NPR.
This is the only tree standing of a grove of pine trees planted in Rikuzentakata, Japan some 200 years ago. The tsunami wiped the town out but this lone tree is a symbol of hope to the townspeople and we can take some inspiration from it, too. What has inspired hope in you when life seemed unbearable and you felt like tossing in the towel? Share with us in the comments please. And Japan still needs our help: here’s how you can help and you can also buy this CD.
HERB GARDEN OR MODERN ART? Who cares! It’s good feng shui :)
Urban herb garden | City garden | Growing herbs | housetohome.co.uk.
Feng Shui By Fishgirl is scouring the internet AND High Point International Furniture Market for inspiration this week. The herb garden wall planter you see above (click on link above to HouseToHome’s blog for more pics) brings a healthy green herb garden into your kitchen and adds color and style to your walls as well—great feng shui!
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