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Weekly fave's

1. Summer nails

2. Boheme summer layers

3. A pair of shoes to go with the dress ...or just to HAVE it! :)

4. Speaking of flowers... Let there be Flowers! Everywhere!

5. Love the hair color! (suprise suprise) :)

6. and this oversized pair of earrings

7. With neutral chairs like these ones, you can do anything! I mean if it comes to colors!!! What I would suggest is: throw some yellow, pink or turquise cushions on them, or to achieve a softer look: a nice pastel coral or powder pink can work too.

8. I have min. 5 summer hats. And yet, somehow I always forget to wear them.



Images via: Muse; Design Shimmer; Etsy; Canadian Maritime Love Award; Owlita Feather Earrings; PinterestVeronicas

Angel whites

In most Western countries white is the color for brides. In the East, it's the color for mourning and funerals. White is often associated with hospitals, especially doctors, nurses, and dentists. Some cultures viewed white as the color of royalty or of dieties. Angels are typically depicted as wearing white. In early Westerns the good guy wore white while the bad guy wore black.

In most cases white is seen as a neutral background color and other colors, even when used in smaller proportion, are the colors that convey the most meaning in a design. The use of white to signify cleanliness or purity or softness.

Some neutral beige, ivory and creams carry the same attributes as white but are more subdued, less brilliant than plain white. Use lots of white for a summery look. Use small amounts of white to soften a wintery palette or suggest snow.

Used with light or pastel tones, white is soft and Spring-like and helps to make the pastel palette more lively. White can make dark or light reds (Pinks), blues and greens look brighter, more prominent.


Images via: Air We Inspire; Candance Rose; Flickr; Intimate Weddings; Rachel Withing; The Brides Cafe; Those Pretty Things, We heart it

"Classy and Fabulous"

Coco Chanel changed the way women dressed and also introduced a new philosophy of fashion - women should dress for themselves and not their men, and true fashion comes from the streets, or it isn't fashion. She also emphasized the use of accessories. She was a powerful woman from a humble background in a class-conscious society and depended upon alliances with the wealthy to get her where she needed to go.

Images via: Chanel News; All The Vanity; Pinterest; Elle China


Hanging there

We are so creative. In so many ways. Same idea - so many different solutions. I love the teapots!!!!! And you? Which is your favorite?

Images via: Aha Home and Garden; Apartment Therapy; Pen n' PaperFlowers; Style Me Pretty; Tumblr; Flickr;

Design Weirdos

There are some strange creatures everywhere in the world. I collected  a couple of them of 'my' design world. 

'Strangely' enough I LOVE them! Don't find them at all weird. :) Probably because I am one of those weirdos?! Sometimes it is hard even for me to understand myself.

Hope you like them too! ...Anyway, what is there not to like? :) XX


Images via: Country Home; My Handmade Journal; Small Space Style; We heart it; Etsy; Pinterest

Guest Post - Ode

This is a guest post by Sarah from Dallas, US who writes the very much inspiring, bohemian personal blog - La Maison Boheme. She was so kind to write this post that I just looooooooveeee! :)

Thanks again Sarah for the beautiful quotes and images!

"Hello, I'm Sarah from La Maison Boheme and I am so pleased that Boglarka asked me to guest post today.  Boglarka - you have a beautiful blog and I have loved your first few months of posting.  I look forward to much much more.  Today, I thought I'd create an Ode to Pink Flower Love with a collage of images and quotes that seem to speak to your unique aesthetic.  Enjoy!"
"I'd rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck." 
- Emma Goldman

"Men always want to be a woman’s first love. 
Women have a more subtle instinct: 
What they like is to be a man’s last romance."
Oscar Wilde

"Femininity appears to be one of those pivotal qualities 
that is so important no one can define it." 
- Caroline Bird 

"To be overcome by the fragrance of flowers is a delectable form of defeat." 
- Beverly Nichols

Images via: Bohemian Sense; Not My Beautiful Home; Olga Bennett Photograpy; That Kind of Girl; Wild Little Apple Girl

Hippie Chic

Since the 1970's we had a few 'hippie - fever', so we might think that - it's done. But the thing is that a true hippie soul will never die, no matter what are the trends, what happening in the world, who was once a hippie, will always be a hippie in some level.

I know. I am one of them. :) ...and again the hippie soul inside of me is singing to me...

Images via: Topshop; Kling; Etsy; Lune Vintage; Free People; Jimmy Schönning, Flickr; Riazzoli

Listen how does it sing to me:

Scott McKenzie - San Francisco

Hook Me Up

If you don't know where to put your coat... Try to fix anything that you find at home onto the wall and that's it. You have a perfectly unique and at the same time functioning hanger.

I personally love the flower knob :)

P.S.: You can't ignore the wall paint either, huh?! Such a fantastic color!


Images via: European Chic, Crazy Domestic, Ramme Alvor, Maria Vettese, Flickr
Tags: home decor


Let's go away for the weekend! And let's make the most out of it! I know, I will. :)


Images via: Flickr, Free People, The Style Files, We Heart It

Color Happiness

Strong colors make us happier. So, I enclosed some source of happiness to everybody.  ;)

Try this at home: put for example a pillow with a very strong color (and some flower pattern) onto the sofa, and you will see how good you'll feel yourself every time you look at it.

Plus it gives a very nice character to the other furniture and to the interior in general.