Whether in fashion or art a colorful or polished pattern gives a
bold and contemporary flair to the source. Let the source be seen.
A rosy outlook runs deep in style this year.
Marsala, the Pantone color pick of 2015 is making a splash
on walls, jewels, makeup, and fashion with a forward feel – from a formerly subtle color.
Varying shades of rose are showing up strong with more glow to the iPhone,
your skin tones (chestnut, cherry or in between) as well as an added gust of glamour
to the soft and sophisticated tones of your home.
A slightly grey(ed) down rose has a modern edge and a subtle flair
that brings light and adds lux to fashion and fabrics (and all that’s adorned in it).
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As life leaps forward I fell back (in love) with baby fun.
When asked to create a shower invitation, I found that child’s play now is style play.
Authentic, creative and plush – baby lush is everywhere. Enjoy.
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Sea inspired baby blanket I made for the shower. Ships ahoy, it’s a boy!
old fashion / new fashion: handmade dolls by Jess Brown turns their frown upside down
mini things mean a lot
S is for styley sister snake
powder pouf – baby proof
felt pom poms feel festive: baby décor
soft and sporty spill stoppers: attached to glass
cuddle duds for little studs
Pantone announced the color of the year and it’s Marsala!
Just like the color of the fortified wine it is, the rich warm shade of red-brown
is earthy, yet sophisticated.
It’s flattering against skin tones – think make-up, clothes & jewelry.
When used in a matte finish the look tends to be more organic
and with a sheen, more glamorous.
See how this versatile color can work in your world.