INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECOR STYLES
As you may or may not know, I custom make photos on wood, and I also have a small, however growing, collection of Wooden Wall Art and other Decor Accessories.
I have previously categorised my own product to one or a just few decor styles, but over the years and as I've been making my Photo Prints on Wood with different photographs, different wood stains, I myself have realised that it doesn't quite fit just one or even just a few styles. It suits most decor and interior design styles, and if anything compliments these styles with unique talking pieces and brings individuality to a style or theme.
I also describe my product as rustic, and it may be assumed that means a country style, however my interpretation of rustic is that it is made in a plain and simple fashion, that it's homely and modest.
I was not all that familiar with just how many styles there were, I kind of just like what I like and go with it, which turns out to be Bohemian Style. So I thought I'd give you a short and sweet description on some different decor styles as I'm learning too.
- Here and now with no real adherence to one style in particular
- Inviting Textures
- Neutral and airy colour palettes
- Functionality and clean lines
- Simple and streamlined
- Anything goes as long as you love it
- Cool collections of bits and pieces from travels or here and there
- Interesting talking pieces with story's behind them
- Cool and relaxed
- Natural Inspirations
- Raw and unfinished elements
- Wood, Stone, Leather, Glass
- Simplified shapes
- Plain, Simple, Modest
- Inspired by a warehouse or an urban loft
- Unfinished rawness, brick, duct work, wood
- Abstract Art or photography to add a dash of colour
- Neutral colour scheme derived from primary materials such as wood and or metals
- Pared down
- Natural and organic shapes
- Abundance of accessories
- European influences
- Rich colour pallets
- Variety of textures
COUNTRY / FRENCH COUNTRY
- Farmhouse inspired
- Ornamental wood furnishings
- Distressed wood or Raw wood
- Soft colour pallet
- Exposed beams
- Distressed metal
- Distresed wood
- Distressed leather
- Light colour pallets, whites, creams
- Raw materials
- Wood with wormholes, prominent knots
- Light airy colour pallets
- Cool neutral shades paired with blues and or greens
- White painted wood
- Accessories inspired by beach or ocean
Another Year done and dusted and a whole new year of beautiful milestones to celebrate.
Might be your first or your sixtieth, either way I'm sure you want to make it special. So I put together a list of Traditional and Modern Gift Themes for you. Hope it helps.
A Custom Made Jellyfish Grove Plank is perfect for Fifth and Sixth Year Anniversary's, as Wood is the Traditional Theme for a Fifth as well as the Modern Theme for your Sixth. For these Milestones you can create something special for your loved one with your favourite wedding day photo and or any favourite photo print on wood. Don't Frame it, Ingrain it.
- Firstly all I did was gently remove a few leaves from the mummy Succulent. Make sure they are not blemished and take the leaf off at the stem keeping the base of the leaf intact.Lay the leaves in a tray for a few days until the ends have calloused. Put them in an airy spot where light is available but not in the direct sun.
- Once the raw ends have calloused, lay them on top of well drained soil in a shallow tray that is suitable for succulents. (I just used whatever soil I had out back and mixed it with a little gravel). Mist them daily. Again keep them in indirect sunlight.
- Wait... Within few weeks you'll notice a tiny super cute new little plant begin to grow. Not all of mine got to this stage. But 2 out of 3 or 4 maybe 5 ain't bad. Haha. Water your plant minimally now (perfect because ain't nobody got time for that) until roots begin to show.
- When roots appear, the original leaf will start to wither. Remove it gently (hard to do with my man hands) and then let your new baby take root itself. (if you notice your baby starting to dry out, gently and lightly cover the roots with soil).
- Once rooted, replant your new mini Succulent as you please.