How about the idea of living in an old stone castle? This Morten Angelo and Tina Horstedt designed home was built in an old castle on the bottom. The atmosphere inside is really captivating. Light-colored, hard surfaces and meal spiced with soft furniture and warm accents.
The living room has a wall-recessed chamber space where you can dream of peace and reflect on the past history of the castle. Arches and spaces shape exude a sense of history.
In a peaceful developing countries, women are a constructive force. When a woman is studying and doing the work, together, side by side with a man, is of great importance for the development of society. Women's strong role in family and community to rise to a better future, shows especially in poorer countries.
When women have access to the bread aside, they take care of the whole family. When they learn to read and write, they puts their children, including their girls to school.
Girls' education is an effective way to combat hunger, excessive population growth,
diseases and violence. Women's small-credits and entrepreneurship have improved life in many families and villages.
Educated women are the resource which many countries have only recently discovered.
African proverb says, "When you help a woman, you help the entire village."
These flexible 3-dimensional keawkoi pieces link together allowing you to create your own masterpiece on your wall, mirror, floor or coffee table. they also come in various colors in metallic and velvet too.
A girl dreams to be like Alice in wonder land and appreciate the beautiful flower and Butterfly as well. The Item are also looks great in EVERYWHERE, in the children rooms and outdoor decoration.
You can create a rug, place mats, a wall hanging, lamp shade or table runner but they great thing is depending on your mood you can change it to whichever you prefer.
I like wine, but honestly, I think I like the boxes just as much, if not better. Yes, I’m hedonist and visual kind of, but I do like wine.
I like the slow sipping of something delicious that makes my cooking taste even better.
I like the sharing of quiet moments with friends. I like the culture and traditions of vinticulture and the beauty and art of logos and burning them into wood.
I love the smell of corks and the look of wine stains.
Wine boxes are just a wee part of that, but oh so fun and in these days of cutting back and “going green,” they are such a wonderful resource that we can create wonderful new uses for.
These days, rustic décor covers the design gamut, capturing a little piece of farmhouse, traditional, cottage, industrial, and vintage styles. The main element found in rustic décor is a layering of natural materials, such as of salvaged wood, river rock, glass, stone, brick, and tarnished metals.
If you’re looking to add a little bit of rustic décor to your home, but don’t want to commit to an entire room, it’s easy to start with a few small rustic accessories. Whether your style is traditional or contemporary, masculine or feminine, every home can incorporate a touch of rustic décor with ease.