Posts in monday mood lifter
monday mood lifter
  1. Floral bundles in progress for my daughter’s teachers who shine bright on every level and have helped her blossom. They have been the best of the best. To see more floral inspired work visit kuwatani.com.

  2. A finely layered garden photographed by Nicola Stocken via nicolstocken.com.

monday mood lifter

An easy to wear everyday necklace via kuwatani to layer over an extra comfy cool look like this one from twonewyork.

monday mood lifter

More sweetness for everyone this time of year and always.

  1. A rosy mix bouquet via kuwatani.

  2. A Katrin Coetzer illustration via missmoss.

monday mood lifter
  1. A carefully hand embroidered, hand wired layered boutonniere - pin, garnet mix via the little shop kuwatani.

    2. A Henry Bradbury nature printed British seaweed print via sophiemunns.

monday mood lifter

Botanically and Calder inspired set of 3 wire ornaments via kuwatani. A Calder brooch for New York Magazine via goosebumpsfitsandmalaria.

monday mood lifter

A very complimentary blend of objects to look at - a leafy bouquet via kuwatani and a very crisp kitchen via inthemoodfordesign. If I could only place this bouquet right there on that piece of wall above the peg rail I would…

monday mood lifter
  1. To see the rest of this handmade tiara (made by Kuwatani) and many other thoughtful pieces - please visit a very important California Fire Help website where artists and designers like myself have donated pieces to help California wildfire relief charities. The site/web shop/fundraiser was created by caring supportive designers Jess Brown, Molly de Vries and Dana Weitzenberg.

  2. A sultry pretty dress by Mary Katrantzou Autumn/Winter 2017 Ready-To-Wear Collection via vogue.co.uk. Picturing this tiara with this dress makes me smile, so snazzy. I’m seeking solace in lighter moments of relief from the chaos and devastation going on with our neighbors North and South of us. I’m beaming with gratitude for those, like the local designers highlighted above and especially for the rescuers and firefighters, who go above and beyond to help others. Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.