5 Happy Inspirations: For Your Home

June 13, 2012 0

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Now, every Wednesday I pretend to be inspired by five goodies. Truth be told: During a week I get inspired by dozens and dozens of beautiful goodies for your home, interior design ideas, product designs, food and more. Yes, Pinterest is one of the main to be blamed! However, I don’t want to overwhelm you with inspiring tidbits. For the ongoing inspiration boards see my Pinterest account. And for a happy Wednesday, here are this week’s happy picks.

One: I’ve always wanted a fig tree for my home. Fig trees are my favorite trees when I am in the south. However, my apartment is too small and I am too scared I’ll kill the beauty. Oh, this one as seen on Riazzoli just reignited my desire for a little fig tree!

Two: Do you love the ombre trend? If so, then you’ll love these cute baskets in various, happy shades as seen on Varpunen. So practical to store all the little thingies at home.

Three: After yesterday’s book review I am craving for a kilim rug. This Anthropologie beauty is right up my alley.

Four: My new facial goodies from Belmondo Skin Care finally arrived. They had a long trip all the way from Vancouver, Canada to Munich, Germany. I love that they are fully organic, hand made, fair trade and the packaging design is a highlight in my bathroom.

Five: This week I have browsed hundreds of iPhone cases for my own phone. I so loved this design on Etsy.

Any favorite pick for you here? Happy hump day, friends!
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  • Reply Will @ Bright.Bazaar June 13, 2012 at 7:27 am

    I simply cannot choose just one – I love them all, but the ombre baskets are SUPER!

  • Reply holly@hvhinteriors June 13, 2012 at 9:17 am

    Nice inspirations this week. Fig trees are really nice, I love them too. Belmondo looks like a cool company, and from my home country! I like the packaging as well. Have you used their products before or are you trying them for the first time? The iPhone case is so you! And I think it’s very funny that I can say that without ever having met you in real life, lol! Oh the blogosphere, what a wild place…

    Happy Wednesday!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic June 13, 2012 at 9:28 am

      Holly, that is so true!! We all start shaping a sort of image of us and through our blogs we grasp the kind of personality of each blogger – this is really exciting! Reg. Belmondo: I am trying them for the first time as I was looking for a new skin care line that is preferably organic. Plus the design is a big plus. And I can tell you the products I have are really good so far!

  • Reply The Magical Christmas Wreath Company June 13, 2012 at 9:38 am

    Love the packaging of the Belmondo skin care.
    Paul

  • Reply caroline @trend-daily June 13, 2012 at 9:59 am

    Definitely the fig tree for me Igor-I adore them. I have been trying to grow one for two years on our patio- a new bud has appeared, so fingers crossed!

  • Reply Julie-White Tapestry June 13, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Hi Igor! Everyone definitely needs a nice, big, warm rug…no doubt! Happy Wednesday to you too Igor;)

  • Reply High School Diploma June 13, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    I’ve surfed the net more than three hours today, and your blog was the coolest of all. Thanks a lot, it is really useful to me

  • Reply Helen June 13, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    Nice selection Igor. After years of ignoring house plants I am rediscovering them in a big way. Love the ombre baskets too.

  • Reply lushnluxe June 13, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    I was wondering what they were…baskets!
    Rugs and plants are always bound to lighten up the decor. Like the rug you’ve chosen.

  • Reply lou June 15, 2012 at 6:53 am

    wir haben einen feigenbaum der wie irre blühte und schön war. BIS wir ihn vor ein paar wochen auf die terasse gestellt haben und er seitdem aussieht, als hätten wir ihn mit blausäure besprüht. ich kann also deine bedenken vestehen. schwierige angelegenheit. die iphone hülle würd ich nehmen! die ist toll!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic June 15, 2012 at 7:28 am

      Danke für den Tipp, Lou! Das dachte ich mir auch, dass es mit dem Feigenbaum schwierig wird. Überwintern sollte der ja auch eher kühl und da ich keinen Keller habe, ist das auch tricky…schade.

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