This Spring, we’ve got our first home in Paris, so exciting! We’ve just moved in last month and filling our home with appliances as it was unfurnished flat. It’s going to take lots of work and lots of buying as well. However, the idea of decorating in whatever way I want really strikes me with tons of enthusiasm! I knew you might see some bits of my home through some DIY published posts previously, but now I’d like to share the interior of the room. I begin with my favourite place of the flat, the bedroom.
My Pinterest wish list was just being overwhelmed by my current colour obsession, copper! This rose gold metallic hue is great to add some accents into your minimalist interior. It looks stylish and adds the feel of luxe in your home. Combine copper with neutral colours and natural materials to create the perfect colour palette.
I had an amazing time participating in ‘Kampoeng Molenvliet West’ photo hunting organised by Payoe Pitoe. Throwback to colonial era, back then when all residents from different backgrounds, ethnics and races blended in society. That was the issue they were trying to bring up and remind us, the greatness of diversity. We may have different a religion or culture but we do respect each other. The world would be a better place without hate and war and we wish to live safety and peacefully.
I do like to keep everything tidy and organised. The best way to avoid the clutter is keeping the bric-a-brac in one place like a basket. I love to use basket to store my crafting tools, stationery, battery and electricity bits, and other small items. I always keep an eye for nice woven baskets in any shapes at the flea market, they always come in handy! They are practical and always suit well with any interior theme. Their natural look are perfect for rustic country house, bohemian style, Scandinavian trend….you name it. It works best with tropical foliage, unfinished wood and industrial decor to bring some greeny and enhance your living space.