I'm Anna, and I like pretty things. No, lovely things. Beautiful, modern, happy lovely things!
I grew up surrounded by creativity and loving art and design. After studying art history as an undergrad, I decided to pursue my master's in the history of decorative arts in Washington, DC (why, oh why didn't I just go to design school?!).
Then, about a year ago, I had a wake-up call. // FIND OUT MORE
Remember, first impressions count! Entryways are often neglected, but they offer visitors their first glimpse at your house and should be treated with the same attention to style as you would give your living or dining room. I know, I know…it can be difficult to keep an entryway clean and organized, because they also act as a dumping ground for mail, keys, bags, packages, etc.
Shibori is nothing like those tie-dye shirts you made in elementary school. With its indigo hues and delicate watery patterns, it’s no wonder designers everywhere are embracing it! In an age when hand-crafted objects are practically worshipped, the ability to see the hand of the artist in shibori is a welcome respite from the mass-produced products in our home. This Japanese resist-dying technique is easy to