Grow your own alternative home decor

inspiration, moodboard, photography, styling
_MG_6674Recently I have been looking at crystals intently, mostly for the home. I started getting crystals bracelets after learning their aid in spiritual growth. I am intrigued and wanted to find out more though I haven’t been taking good care of my existing wearable crystals. Certain crystals need more attention than others. Of late I read that clear quartz is considered neutral and do not pick up any negative force around them so you need not rinse with running mineral water or let it out in soft sunlight. And Quartz with different formations have different purposes for the owner. I do believe the utmost important thing is to look after them well and they will do the same for you.
Today, I am sharing with you Tyler Thrasher’s works. Thanks to my dear friend, a crystal enthusiast who sent me his website few days ago. And I thought it was mind blowing. Never did it occur to me that you can grow crystals at home, definitely not before our recent crystal shopping trip together! Growing natural minerals, how cool is that. Then it got me thinking, would the crystals harvester’s aura be collected and bind to these “lab-grown” crystals. Some of these works are available for purchase. Click here for more information. Images, via



Menu 2014/15

furniture, inspiration, styling
Time for styling inspiration and perhaps some shopping.
I see a possible colour trend.
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See Menu 2014/15 catalogue, here.

Ferm Living AW 2014

inspiration, styling
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Alot of styling tricks to learn from this AW 2014 catalogue. See more here.

Minimal Wardrobe Style

cream closet | wide eyed legless
I’ve always wanted to keep to a certain colour palette (black, navy blue, grey, white, camel and burgundy) and maintain a SENSIBLE volume of clothing in my wardrobe. Sticking to these objectives is extremely hard for me. Somehow I would steer towards complicated florals and patterns, then find myself looking ridiculous when old photos resurface. And so I found online a series of posts on how you can better edit and curate your wardrobe style by Madelynn Hackwith Furlong, a stylist, designer and wardrobe consultant. Click here to read. I am also loving her D.I.Y suspended copper clothes rack.
Photo // Wide Eyed Legless