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David Hockney Inspired Interior Design

// Shop the look: fig.1 | fig.2 | fig.3 | fig.4 | fig.5 As a color lover, David Hockney’s work never fails to inspire. His use of color has inspired me from everything from fashion to decor, leading me to color palettes I couldn’t even have dreamed of if it wasn’t for his saturated works. David Hockney’s new retrospective at the Tate Britain has me itching to grab my passport, jump on a flight to London and soak up some color inspiration through the twelve(!) rooms that are showing his art. From aqua blues to coral pinks and everything in between, Hockney’s classic hues are guaranteed to brighten up the darkest of February days – and as it’s been overcast and wet for much of this week in New York City I felt it couldn’t be more fitting to feature some David Hockney inspired interior design! The Kairos Collective have a series of lighting, accessories soft furnishings and furniture that are perfect for inviting a splash of David Hockney inspired interior design into your home. From the spectrum of hues seen in the shell beach rug to the use of graphic color and shape in the indigo two pillow, these […]

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Six of The Best Colorful Couch Designs

Remember the cover of my first book? It featured one of my favorite London apartments and the yellow couch that graced the cover was a hit well beyond the four walls of my home! Even though the book came out almost four years ago, I still get emails from readers asking me where it’s from. So it’s safe to say that colorful couch designs are still super popular! The great thing about colorful couch designs is that they don’t have to be shockingly bright (although that works too!), but can be quietly colorful and still add a punch of personality to a room. I just bought a pastel pink couch for the living room of my New York City apartment (expect a room tour very soon!) and it inspired me to do my latest six of the best round up on colorful couch designs that would work for a variety of design tastes. You name it, from modern to traditional and club to classic, there’s a colorful couch for you! Let me know which is your favorite? Do you have a colorful couch at home that you love? Check out the details on each of the six and where to […]

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My Story So Far: Reflecting On The Last Decade

My 30th birthday is fast approaching (March 14th!) and it’s kind of snuck up on me. The last three years of my life have been a whirlwind of major work and personal moments, from publishing my books to getting married, and then emigrating to another country. So, it was only as we entered 2017 that I realized this year signals the start of a new decade for me. As with any milestone birthday I’ve started to reflect upon what’s next, so I took the last few weeks to think back over my twenties – what went great, what didn’t go so well and how I hope to grow and improve in the next decade. Here’s the thing. Over the past month I’ve realized that I’ve never felt better than right here and now: I’m confident in who I am; I’m finally recognizing it’s OK to be proud of my achievements; I’m more aware than ever of my shortcomings and what I can do to be a better person – both for myself and those in my life; and I’m comfortable in the state of my relationships with my loved ones. Yet, it’s not always been that way. I think because […]

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Relax in Nature With a Cozy Swing Bed

Ever thought how a swing bed would make your Sunday evenings more comfortable? Yes a swing is always nice to lie down and soak the sun, but a comfortable swing bed will definitely be a better idea. You could very easily install such a bed, in your backyard and not even worry about the sunlight. […]

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Build a Kitchen Island with Pantry Storage

If you have a tiny kitchen, yet wish to make the most of the limited space that you have, and then this idea will be brilliant for you. Making a mobile kitchen island will definitely save you a lot of space, while being a multipurpose piece of furniture. Such an island is exceptionally cool as […]

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David Hockney Inspired Interior Design

// Shop the look: fig.1 | fig.2 | fig.3 | fig.4 | fig.5 As a color lover, David Hockney’s work never fails to inspire. His use of color has inspired me from everything from fashion to decor, leading me to color palettes I couldn’t even have dreamed of if it wasn’t for his saturated works. David Hockney’s new retrospective at the Tate Britain has me itching to grab my passport, jump on a flight to London and soak up some color inspiration through the twelve(!) rooms that are showing his art. From aqua blues to coral pinks and everything in between, Hockney’s classic hues are guaranteed to brighten up the darkest of February days – and as it’s been overcast and wet for much of this week in New York City I felt it couldn’t be more fitting to feature some David Hockney inspired interior design! The Kairos Collective have a series of lighting, accessories soft furnishings and furniture that are perfect for inviting a splash of David Hockney inspired interior design into your home. From the spectrum of hues seen in the shell beach rug to the use of graphic color and shape in the indigo two pillow, these […]

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Six of The Best Colorful Couch Designs

Remember the cover of my first book? It featured one of my favorite London apartments and the yellow couch that graced the cover was a hit well beyond the four walls of my home! Even though the book came out almost four years ago, I still get emails from readers asking me where it’s from. So it’s safe to say that colorful couch designs are still super popular! The great thing about colorful couch designs is that they don’t have to be shockingly bright (although that works too!), but can be quietly colorful and still add a punch of personality to a room. I just bought a pastel pink couch for the living room of my New York City apartment (expect a room tour very soon!) and it inspired me to do my latest six of the best round up on colorful couch designs that would work for a variety of design tastes. You name it, from modern to traditional and club to classic, there’s a colorful couch for you! Let me know which is your favorite? Do you have a colorful couch at home that you love? Check out the details on each of the six and where to […]

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LEGO Inspired Kids Furniture Collection

What is the outcome when you combine simple puzzles along with the bed side furniture? It is none other than LEGO inspired furniture collection for kids. This entire collection is for the kids to have a guess at the puzzle and solve them. All this at the cost of simple furniture! LEGO has made this […]

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How to Build Your Own Pizza Oven

While many are of the opinion that eating pizza on a regular basis can be very hazardous to a person’s health, it is not the pizza but the ingredients which cause health issues. So if at all you are a pizza lover, then you can easily build a pizza oven at home and use organic […]

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David Hockney Inspired Interior Design

// Shop the look: fig.1 | fig.2 | fig.3 | fig.4 | fig.5 As a color lover, David Hockney’s work never fails to inspire. His use of color has inspired me from everything from fashion to decor, leading me to color palettes I couldn’t even have dreamed of if it wasn’t for his saturated works. David Hockney’s new retrospective at the Tate Britain has me itching to grab my passport, jump on a flight to London and soak up some color inspiration through the twelve(!) rooms that are showing his art. From aqua blues to coral pinks and everything in between, Hockney’s classic hues are guaranteed to brighten up the darkest of February days – and as it’s been overcast and wet for much of this week in New York City I felt it couldn’t be more fitting to feature some David Hockney inspired interior design! The Kairos Collective have a series of lighting, accessories soft furnishings and furniture that are perfect for inviting a splash of David Hockney inspired interior design into your home. From the spectrum of hues seen in the shell beach rug to the use of graphic color and shape in the indigo two pillow, these […]

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Carl Hansen NYC Showroom Tour

Those stylish Danes sure know how to make me smile when it comes to design. So, naturally, I was thrilled to learn that Carl Hansen & Son have opened their second showroom right here in New York City. Following on from their SoHo space, the brand have now headed into the Flatiron district for their new Carl Hansen NYC showroom. I love that the Danish brand decided to forgo the traditional approach to a showroom, opting instead to create an inspirational, loft-like apartment rather than a traditional showroom. Stuffy showrooms begone – I’m all about more informal environments when it comes to design! After all, you want your home to feel relaxing and personal, not buttoned up and formal, right? So, in my mind, the experience of shopping and designing your space should mirror that, too. Join me in taking a tour through the ‘apartment’ after the jump! Aside from being one of Scandinavia’s best-known brands, I’ve long admired Carl Hansen because they are the company behind some of the greatest furniture classics in Danish design history. From the classic furniture craftsmanship by Hans J. Wegner to modern classics from Ole Wanscher, Frits Henningsen and Kaare Klint, right through...

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10 Things I Learned & Loved This Weekend

How was your weekend, friends? I’m writing this from my sofa (TBH I’m still catching my breath after that incredible performance by GaGa at the Super Bowl – LOVED!) and I am relaxing with homemade pizza and red wine. My weekend took me all over the city included the three Bs: broadway, ballet and brunch – what’s more to love?! What made you smile this weekend? Check out my full list of ten weekend highlights after the jump! 1. A walk through the West Village isn’t complete unless I get a cookie from by CHLOE. So. Darn. Tasty! 2. On Saturday I was proud to rally for the rights of my LGBTQ+ brothers, sisters and allies. There’s a long road ahead and if you would like to find ways to help and support, please read this post.3. The blue sky weather on Saturday filled me with energy and life. As does a view of the One World Trade each and every time I see it.4. Can’t get enough of this Sandro coat. So comfy and perfect for layering.5. It doesn’t matter how many times I walk through the Oculus, the architecture always stops me in my tracks.6. Enjoyed a little […]

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Six of The Best Colorful Couch Designs

Remember the cover of my first book? It featured one of my favorite London apartments and the yellow couch that graced the cover was a hit well beyond the four walls of my home! Even though the book came out almost four years ago, I still get emails from readers asking me where it’s from. So it’s safe to say that colorful couch designs are still super popular! The great thing about colorful couch designs is that they don’t have to be shockingly bright (although that works too!), but can be quietly colorful and still add a punch of personality to a room. I just bought a pastel pink couch for the living room of my New York City apartment (expect a room tour very soon!) and it inspired me to do my latest six of the best round up on colorful couch designs that would work for a variety of design tastes. You name it, from modern to traditional and club to classic, there’s a colorful couch for you! Let me know which is your favorite? Do you have a colorful couch at home that you love? Check out the details on each of the six and where to […]

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Charming Necklace Preserve Flowers in Pendants

These exquisite pieces of jewelry created by designer and artist Paula Schiau will take you within a fairy tale. These lovely necklaces and their pendants evoke a very strong sense of romance, which is why they are just the perfect gift for any woman. The designer handpicks dried flowers after which the flowers are encapsulated […]

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How To Grow Tomato Plants In Buckets

If you would like  to eat delicious tomatoes during whole year, you should grow your own tomatoes yourself. They are not always fresh and tasty tomatoes bought from store. At the same time they can be expensive if imported from abroad. If you don’t want to spend your money on things you can also grow at […]

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Chandeliers Made Out of Recycled Bike Parts

Bicycles are useful and also not harming the environment. They are still being perfect for providing an efficient way of moving you around the city. On the other hand if we talk about decorating the home. Maybe you already know some parts of an old bike are used in anydecorations and DIY projects. In this post […]

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DIY Owl Stone Painting

Today I bring you some examples of a stone can give more than a stone, especially if you have a little imagination and colorful paintings. After seeing these examples, you can be encouraged and may want to enter painting. Here are some useful tips if you are going to paint stones: Uses stones preferably of […]

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Norway’s Polar Night

Between Christmas and New Year I took a week off work to head on vacation in Northern Norway. One cab, three flights and a bus journey later and I had made it from New York to Alta, Norway. If you were following along with my Instagram Story then you’ll know that when I landed at 2pm in the afternoon it was pitch black. This was because I was visiting the region in the middle of their ‘Polar Night’. Norway’s Polar Night is a period of time between November 25th and January 19th where the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon. I was excited to experience this phenomenon, and I’m pleased I did (and also very pleased I only had to experience it for three days; it’s intense!). Each day at around 11am the sky would start to gently glow – as long as it wasn’t snowing – and there would be around an hour of this faint glow before the sky would start to glow pink from below the horizon line, which is a bit like that moment just after the sun disappears from view in a normal sunset. One one of the days the whole sky lit up in […]

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A Morning in SoHo, NYC

One of my favorite things about living in New York City is the knowledge that there’s always a new place or area in the city to explore. Whether you wander through a neighborhood that’s well-trodden or take the path less travelled to an unexplored corner of the city, you can count on finding a new coffee shop, restaurant, gallery or store to inspire you. To celebrate Club Monaco adding menswear to their flagship store on Broadway in SoHo I spent a morning in the area to make a mini guide to SoHo, NYC. Check out my favorite places from this popular part of town in my guide to SoHo, NYC after the jump! MAMAN Maman is tucked away in a relatively quiet enclave off busy Centre Street, making it the ideal tonic to the hustle and bustle of SoHo. They serve family-inspired recipes from the South of France and North America, bringing to life both savory and sweet childhood favorites. They source their ingredients locally and the coffee is divine. Run, don’t walk – it’s the perfect place to fuel up for some shopping!For my explorations around SoHo I wore this Club Monaco outfit, which quite possibly the best fitting […]

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19 Colorful & Affordable Art Websites

It’s no secret that I love art; nor that I adore gallery walls. In fact, I think colorful art is one of the best ways to imprint your personality on your space. While some people have a weakness for shoes or bags, mine is with art. Confession time: the space under my bed is full with prints and artworks from previous apartments that I can’t bare to part with or sell. I know (hope!) that one day I’ll own my own place with more space than a one-bedroom apartment so I can hang them all again. Having navigated (enjoyed!) this addiction for many a year now, I’m well versed with where to find my latest hit of colorful art from affordable art websites. You name one and there’s a high chance I’ve bought a piece from it! So, today I’ve rounded up 19 colorful and affordable art websites that are great to have in your decorating back pocket when you are looking to add a splash of color and personality to your home! 1. U Gallery: Of course my love of the coast and all things nautical led my eye straight to this photographic print, Fish Shacks Spring Thaw by […]

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Morning Rituals

Here’s the thing. Last year, I fell into a pretty bad habit when it came to my morning routine. You see, as gorgeous as the old Brownstone apartment that I lived in for the majority of last year was, it had some downsides, too. One of the major ones was the heat: the steam heat in the building was locked on and so the apartment was always uncomfortably hot. The apartment was located at the top of the brownstone, with the bedroom reached via a spiral staircase that was open to the living space below. I know, I know, it all sounds very “New York sitcom apartment-esq” – and it was charming to look at, just not to live in as the bedroom was like a furnace all year. This meant that I found my sleep pattern to be totally off: I would toss and turn all night, usually only falling asleep in the early hours of the morning. As a result, I would wake much later than I liked, feeling groggy, hot and, well, far from refreshed when I did. That’s why moving into our new apartment last Fall felt like a total 180 on quality of life as […]

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How To Workout Anywhere

Almost every time I post a picture on my Instagram feed from one of my travels someone will ask me how I workout on-the-go when I’m away from home. The truth is, it’s not always easy to fit in a full workout everyday like I try to do five to six times a week when I’m at home in NYC. Schedules are changed, timezones are different, meetings need to be taken and routines are disrupted. Lack of routine – that’s what gets in the way of a consistent workout schedule. The moment I developed a routine for my workouts and planned them into my day-to-day I found myself working out much more regularly and the results started to show. But that didn’t stop the issue of keeping on track while on the road. So, I started to approach my exercise routine differently when traveling compared to how I workout at home. Instead of trying to fit in formal fitness classes, spin, weights sessions and so on, I decided to take elements of those classes that I could do anywhere. This left me with a simple, quick and, importantly, no-equipment-needed exercise routine. The best part about this workout anywhere guide is […]

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Fighting For What’s Right Is Worth It

Throughout last year’s election I made no secret of my impassioned support of Hillary Clinton. I live tweeted to my followers during debates and beyond; I attended her rallies and primary night event in NYC (seen mid-chant at said event above!), bringing my followers along live on Snapchat; and shared I my support of her campaign on Instagram. To me, Hillary wasn’t the lesser of two evils. Rather, I believed, and still believe, that she genuinely loves America and would have been a fantastic President. But this post isn’t about lamenting her electoral collage loss. Nor is this post isn’t about the fundamental differences between Democratic and Republican views. No, this post is about speaking up for the values I firmly believe in. It’s about voicing and encouraging support for the minorities and communities and a country that have welcomed my husband and I so warmly since we moved to America 16 months ago. Of course, I understand and accept that as a people we will hold differing political opinions on general issues such as the economy, trade, healthcare, business regulation and so on. That’s normal and a healthy debate on those areas is important and should be encouraged....

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The Horse’s Glass: Special Gift For Horse Lovers

This project is one of the most interesting and creative design ideas which called The Horse’s Glass. Almost every animal and especially horse lovers will be charmed. Below you will find custom painted glasses. You can contact with the artist, if you would like one with your favorite horse on it. Unique glasses are really amazing, if […]

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Stockholm Style

Aside from their cool cities, stunning landscapes and gorgeous interior design, one of my favorite things about Scandinavia is their effortlessly cool sense of fashion. So, whenever I’m lucky enough to visit the region, I always try to schedule time for a little retail therapy so I can bring home an item or two from my favorite Scandi style brands to add into my closet arsenal. During my trip to Stockholm over New Year’s Eve I picked up this Wood Wood mens jacket as I felt it would be a great jacket to have to hand when an outfit needs an introduction of texture.The textured finish to the wool jacket meant that no pattern was needed in the look, so I kept things simple and classic with a denim button down (you know I love a pop of classic blue like this!). Black denim tied in well with the black accent detailing in the chest pocket of the jacket.White sneakers (similar) with contrast forest green suede at the heel continued the graphic shape theme set off by the pocket detailing of the jacket. My Movado watch rounded out the simple and pared-back look, perfectly.Luckily, the weather wasn’t too cold for […]

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New York City Snow Day

Well, it’s fair to say that I LOVE a New York City snow day! We’ve already had three snow storms this winter in New York City. I shared a round up of my favorite Christmas snowy scenes in the city at the end of last year, and also a look at one of my snow day outfits, too. This weekend’s snowfall wasn’t as heavy as last year’s historic snow storm in New York City, but it was still a fair amount – about 4-5″. I’ve rounded up some of the New York City snow day scenes that caught my eye and made me smile this weekend, after the jump! Greenwich village sure does look charming under a blanket of fresh, powdery snow. Well, let’s get real, it looks charming any day but the snow is a little added bonus!I posted this to my Instagram Story but I liked it so much I wanted to include it here too. I just managed to get grab my phone in time to capture the shot before the cab went out of frame. I love how the disappearing cab gives a feeling of NYC’s space. Yes, even a New York City snow day is […]

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A Fresh Start

Happy New Year! I hope 2017 is off to a great start for you? I’ve been on the road in Europe since Dec 26th and I’m currently in Paris working on a fun project for Eurostar (follow along on my Instagram!). I have lots of fun content from my travels to share here in the coming weeks but I wanted to kick off with my first Bright.Style post of the year. Yesterday evening, I was shopping in the Le Marais district of Paris when I walked past a Sandro Paris store. Of course, it would have been rude not to head inside and I’m so pleased I did! Not only did they have a really great sale on but also their prices were so much cheaper than those for the brand’s items in America. Safe to say, I did a little shopping! One of my spoils from the store was this Sandro men’s bomber jacket. I decided to wear it to the Fondation Louis Vuitton contemporary art gallery here in Paris today. Check out my full outfit after the jump! This shot gives a sense of scale to the incredible architecture of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, which was designed by […]

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Snow O’Clock

It’s no secret that I love snow. In the past I’ve shared my pictures of New York City under a historic snowfall, as well as beautiful Paris decorated with a blanket of snow, glistening like white crystals. So, given my love for snow, it’s unusual that I’ve yet to share one of my snow day looks in my Bright.Style column. I’m correcting that today with my latest style post, which I photographed during the heavy snowfall in NYC on Saturday morning last week. I’d been meaning to find an opportunity to wear my new Emporio Armani men’s chronograph watch, and this was the perfect opportunity to up my snow style game by planning my outfit around the stylish quartz watch. Click through after the jump to see my snow look in full. I’ve always been an accessories kinda guy: watches, bags, shoes – those are my favorite pieces to shop and wear. So, I styled this snow day look to make my watch the statement piece of the outfit. I wore my long coat open to show the outfit layers – a military style shirt jacket and festive burgundy red sweater – which I paired with black denim and boots. […]

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Real Inventions From Kids’ Creative Drawings

Children have wild imaginations and most creative ideas ready to flow out of their mind. They simply do not have a pause button or any limitation to their imagination. This makes possible for kids to think out of the box and invent most beautiful things we as adults could ever imagine. Dominic Wilcox asked 450 […]

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A Coffee Mug with Native Seed Embedded within it can be Re-Used for Reforestation

With global warming increasing with each passing day, it is really important to take care of the environment. A good biodegradable cup which is embedded with native seeds is an excellent way to make the planet greener. The idea has been derived by a California based company which is named ‘Reuse. Reduce. Grow’ and it […]

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